AMD plans new VR projects
Published in Graphics

Pushing Polaris

In a bid to push its Polaris chip, AMD has launched several new VR projects.

Sharp might be waking up
Published in News

Expects significant improvement

Troubled Japanese telly maker Sharp is expecting significant improvement in annual profit due to restructuring with its new owner Foxconn.

Intel doing well but predicts trouble ahead
Published in Processors

Surprises Wall Street

Chipzilla has surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue.

Aussie banks moan that Apple is a bunch of drongos
Published in Mobiles

"Intransigent, closed and controlling" and not fair dinkum

Three Australian banks have moaned to the country’s anti-trust watch dingo that the Apple Pay service is not fair dinkum.

Nvidia goes for it
Published in Graphics

Both coming to retail/e-tail on October 25th 

Nvidia has apparently moved its schedule forward and has officially announced its two new Geforce 10-series graphics cards, the Geforce GTX 1050 Ti and the Geforce GTX 1050, based on the smallest Pascal-architecture GP107 GPU and bringing more performance to gamers on a budget and those looking to play MOBA titles.

MediaTek launches Helio P15 chipset
Published in Mobiles

Up to 10 percent improvement over Helio P10

According to a report coming from China, MediaTek has released its new Helio P15 chipset, an upgrade to the quite popular Helio P10 chipset.

Lufthansa says no to Note 7
Published in News

Hey, you, get it off of our frights

German airline Lufthansa is forbidding people from carrying Galaxy Note 7s on all of its flights, in a bid to prevent accidents happening on board.

Intel gears up 3D XPoint Optane
Published in Memory

For consumers and enthusiasts

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that Intel is about to release the first 3D XPoint "Optane" storage products for consumers and enthusiasts.

China to produce 3D NAND chips
Published in Memory

Ready for next year

The Chinese will be switching on their first 12-inch fab and churning out NAND flash and DRAM memory at the end of 2016.

Analysts claim Taiwan foundries coining in cash
Published in Processors

16nm doing well but 20nm slumps

Taiwan’s chip foundries are raking in more cash in the third quarter than ever before, according to a new report.