AMD Radeon Pro hits tops 90FPS on 8k raw
Published in News

It's a miracle!

AMD's Radeon Technologies Group made the world’s first public demonstration of its upcoming Radeon Pro SSG solution. 

Tesla fires Mobileye as auto pilot supplier
Published in Wearables


Ends in a divorce

Tesla just ended its long term relations with Israeli based Mobileye. This comes as a rather sudden and unexpected shock as Mobileye is the company behind Tesla’s now very famous autopilot. 

AMD sticks an SSD into a GPU
Published in Graphics


1TB close to hand

AMD ‘s Radeon Pro Solid State Graphics (SSG) card will have a 1TB SSD onboard for storage or as a supplement to on-board volatile memory.

Apple may have given up on the iPhone 7 name
Published in Mobiles


New model is so un-original it might be called iPhone 6SE

Fruity cargo cult Apple might be having second thoughts about calling the phone it is releasing in October the iPhone 7.

Surface Pro 3 has battery problems
Published in Notebooks


Runs out after an hour

Software king of the world Microsoft has admitted that its Surface Pro 3 has a battery problem which means that it runs out after only an hour.

SK Hynix sees profit fall
Published in Processors


Lowest in three years

Memory maker SK Hynix said it is expecting a strong pick up for its products in the second half of the year, after reporting that its second quarter operating profit was its lowest for three years.

Microsoft slashes Xbox One price again
Published in Games


You can pick one up for $249

Software giant Microsoft is continuing to cut the price of its Xbox One console. You can pick one up for $249 which is the third price cut in less than two months.

Huawei shipments up
Published in News


60.5 million smartphones globally

Huawei has said that it shipped 60.5 million smartphones globally in the first half of 2016, a 25 percent rise from a year before.

PC shipments slightly up in Western Europe
Published in News

 Doldrums time

A research note from IDC said that PC shipments in the EMEA region accounted for 16.1 million units in the second quarter of this year.

China cracks down on internet news
Published in News

No original reporting, thank you so much

Online companies in mainland China have been ordered to put a halt to writing news that isn’t sanctioned by the government.