Monthly updates for Android
Published in Mobiles
07 August 2015


Google and Samsung agree

Google and Samsung have decided to release monthly security fixes for Android phones in a bid to cut the number of hack attacks.

Samsung ramps up in Vietnam
Published in Graphics
07 August 2015


$3 billion to boost display module production

A subsidiary of Samsung Electronics has written a cheque for $3 billion to boost display module production capacity in Vietnam.

Nvidia Tegra chips in 30 million cars
Published in Processors
07 August 2015


Nvidia CEO drives on about automotive 

Jen-Hsun Huang confirmed in company's financial Q2 conference call that the Tegra found its way under the bonnet of 30 million cars. 

Geforce saved Nvidia's Q2 finance
Published in Graphics
07 August 2015


Automotive helped 

Nvidia just announced its financial Q2 2016 scores and they are better than anyone expected, thanks mostly to a sterling performance from Geforce. 

Snapdragon 820 has 14nm custom core
Published in Mobiles
07 August 2015


Shipping in devices in early 2016

Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 820 will have a 14nm custom core and break with tradition and come out early next year.

Noel Edmonds worries about electro smog
Published in News
06 August 2015


After he has caused so much of it

UK telly icon Noel Edmonds, who gave the world Mr Blobby,  has been going public about the perils of "electro smog." 

Tsar Putin protects Zeus
Published in News
06 August 2015


Pagan gods put faith in Russian Orthodox 

It seems that Russian Tsar Putin swings both ways – on one hand he is a rabid gay-hating Russian Orthodox on the other he is protecting a bloke who made Zeus a household name.

US court allows Apple to persecute defectors
Published in News
06 August 2015


Heretics can't talk to fanboys

A US court has decided that Apple is allowed to carry out its harassment of to those who break free from the clutches of its cult.

Begun the Skylake motherboard war has
Published in Motherboards
06 August 2015


Motherboard makers gearing up for a scrap

A war is brewing between PC makers and the first shots will be fired the moment Skylake hits the shops.

EU working out data deal with US
Published in News
06 August 2015


Promise not to spy on us

The European Commission is working out a deal with the US, that will allow EU data to end up in the US if its government agrees not to steal it.