AMD 6-core Ryzen possible after all
Published in Processors


8-core chip can be split

It appears that earlier rumors that AMD Ryzen lineup might not include a 6-core SKU were a bit off, as, according to fresh information, those are indeed real and should be coming soon.

Publishers losing battle against adbockers
Published in News


They just dont get what users want 


Publishers are losing the battle against adblockers because they don’t seem to get that people don’t want their screens blocked with annoying adverts and videos that turn themselves on and blast load sales pitches at them.

Oculus broke ZeniMax’s NDA
Published in Wearables


Court ruling a bit of a cow for both sides 


A Texas Court has decided that Oculus will have to pay half a billion dollars to ZeniMax because Oculus co-Founder Palmer Luckey failed to comply with a non-disclosure agreement he signed.

Epic games boss slams Windows 10 Cloud plans
Published in Games


Calls it Crush Steam Edition

Epic Games founder has slammed Microsoft over its rumoured move to build a version of Windows 10 that can only install apps from the Windows Store.

Apple teams up with ARM to kill Intel
Published in Processors


Tame Apple Press gets ahead of itself

If you believe the Tame Apple Press this week, the Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is building an ARM chip which the tame Apple Press claims will kick Intel out of the market.

Nvidia releases new Geforce 378.57 hotfix driver
Published in Graphics


Fixing issues with Minecraft

Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 378.57 hotfix driver, which fixes some bugs in Minecraft and similar games.

Amazon expands shipping with $1.5 billion air cargo hub
Published in News


Reducing reliance on terrestrial postal carriers


Amazon announced on Tuesday  that it is looking to build an air cargo hub at the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky Airport in order to lessen its reliance on terrestrial shipment carriers and reduce overall costs of processing packages outside of its own facilities.

Acer will begin shipping larger variety of notebooks in 2017
Published in News


Education takes top priority with new ruggedized designs


This year, Acer is set to introduce a larger variety of notebook products to meet the specific needs of niche markets ranging from education, casual web browsing and productivity, and even a product themed after the local sea goddess of Taiwan.

AMD confirms Ryzen and Vega are on track
Published in News


Ryzen in Q1 and Vega in Q2

AMD has announced its Q4 financial results reporting a revenue of US $1.11 billion and an operating loss of three million dollars, which is still way better than financial analysts expected and has once again confirmed that both Ryzen CPUs and Vega-based GPUs are on track.

3G phones piling up
Published in Mobiles


Can’t shift them any more


It is starting to look like customers are giving up on 3G phones, even in India where they are cheap reliable work horses which normally get a signal.