Nvidia Titan X detailed a day ahead of launch
Published in Graphics
16 March 2015


Full GM200 specifications and pictures

First teased during GDC 2015 last week, we now have full specifications of the upcoming Nvidia Titan X graphics cards, as well as a bunch of pictures showing the graphics card in all its glory.

New iOS update has nasty surprises
Published in Mobiles
16 March 2015


You get what you pay for

Apple’s iOS 8.2 update appears to have a couple of nasty surprises floating around the sweetness just waiting for fanboys to bite in.

Comcast faces off with the FCC again
Published in News
16 March 2015


Big purchase on hold

US telco Comcast is once again trying to show the US telecoms watchdog the FCC that it is a toothless wonder.

Rumour: Radeon R9 R390X priced at $700+
Published in Graphics
16 March 2015


Priciest single-GPU Radeon yet?

The upcoming Radeon R9 R390X could be the most expensive single-GPU AMD graphics card to date, excluding professional solutions, of course. 

AMD Fiji is significantly faster than GTX 980
Published in Graphics
16 March 2015


At TDPs superior to Radeon 290X Hawaii

AMD’s Fiji is probably to most anticipated GPU since the introduction of Hawaii GPU some 18 months ago and the High Bandwidth Memory is something that AMD gets to launch first. 

Intel putting finishing touches on SoFIA phones
Published in Processors
16 March 2015


We played with one

Intel has been working hard to become a significant player in the mobile market, with very limited success. 

Blackberry issues a new super secure tablet
Published in Notebooks
16 March 2015


Throw another idea at the wall and see if it sticks

Blackberry, which is fighting to stay relevant has thrown another idea the wall to see if it sticks.

Nokia N1 tablet has USB Type C and Intel inside
Published in Processors
16 March 2015


Thin, very reminiscent of iPad mini

Nokia created a lot of buzz when it announced its N1 tablet in late 2014. The tablet looked well designed and Nokia promised a price under $250. 

US cops censor Wikipedia
Published in News
16 March 2015


We don’t beat people up or shoot black people

The New York Police department has a clever way of making sure its story gets across on Wikipedia – it edits the site until it says what it wants.

Copyright cops shut down Karaoke site
Published in News
16 March 2015


At tax payers’ expense

UK cops, who are acting as taxpayer funded copyright cops on behalf of Big Content, have shut down a Karaoke site.