Valve lets off Steam
Published in Games
13 February 2015


More prototypes machines at GDC 2015

While have heard a lot about Valve's Steam Machines project we still have not seen an official release, it appears that the company will once again show the latest prototypes during Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015.

ARM does well because of embedded
Published in Processors
13 February 2015


ARMv8 does well

Analysts have been looking under the bonnet of ARM's good results and discovered that they might not be down to its traditional mobile stomping ground.

iOS crashes more than Lollipop
Published in Mobiles
13 February 2015


Still, you get what you pay for

A survey which is not being widely reported among the Tame Apple Press, shows that Apple's latest iOS software is not as reliable as Android Lollypop.

Microsoft still thinks the pen is mightier than the swipe
Published in News
13 February 2015


Buys Israeli company

Software giant Microsoft has written a cheque for the Israeli tech manufacturer N-trig which specialises in the development and production of digital pens and touchscreens.

Tegra business declines
Published in Mobiles
13 February 2015


But that’s good news -- really.


Nvidia had a record Q4 and record financial year but tanking Tegra did not really help.

Skylake uses 60 percent lower power
Published in Notebooks
13 February 2015


Laptops have 35 percent longer 1080 HD playback

Fudzilla has managed to get its paws on Intel data about the performance of the Skylake in detachable notebooks. 

Skylake Notebook coming in Q4 2015
Published in Notebooks
13 February 2015


Roadmap shows a year after Broadwell

Fudzilla has uncovered a new roadmap which shows Intel's plans beyond Broadwell in the notebook market space.

Lenovo P70 rocks 4000mAh battery
Published in Mobiles
12 February 2015


Huge batteries are a thing now, apparently

The Lenovo P70 is just an average mid-range phone for the booming Chinese market, but it happens to feature a massive 4000mAh battery. 

Broadwell-E coming in Q1 2016
Published in Processors
12 February 2015


Eight cores, 140W

Intel is planning to continue making unlocked superclocked X-series processors that we all know as Haswell-E or Sandy Bridge-E.

Sony to embrace more MediaTek SoCs
Published in Mobiles
12 February 2015


Expanding cooperation with Taiwanese companies

Sony is expected to use more MediaTek application processors in upcoming Xperia smartphones.