DxOMark start testing selfie cameras
Published in Mobiles

Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note 9 lead the pack

Although it isn't a big surprise, DxOMark has now started testing selfie cameras on smartphones.

Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti spotted in AotS benchmark
Published in Graphics

Should launch in February

It appears that Nvidia is gearing up for the launch of its first non-RTX Turing-based graphics card as the GTX 1660 Ti has been spotted in Ashes of the Singularity benchmark.

Western Digital unveils new SN750 series NVMe SSDs
Published in PC Hardware

Coming with Gaming Mode

Western Digital has unveiled its latest addition to the SSD lineup, the WD Black SN750 series NVMe SSD which is based on WD's own controller and SanDisk's 64-layer 3D TLC NAND, as well as a unique Gaming Mode.

Logitech doing better than expected
Published in News

Gaming-powered third quarter

Logitech raised its full-year profit outlook thanks to strong growth in its gaming hardware business.

TomTom to sell Telematics unit to Bridgestone
Published in News

Makes $1.03 billion

TomTom, the Dutch navigation and digital maps company is flogging Telematics, or the fleet management business, to Japan’s Bridgestone for $1.03 billion.

Foxconn losing more staff
Published in News

Facing a shortage

Foxconn is finding itself short of staff after it reduced numbers due to Apple’s cutbacks

Popular free mobile VPNs could be a Chinese spying scam
Published in News

Free services might be giving your data away

The top free VPN services might be a front for evil Chinese spying antics or dodgy sales.

Facebook gets lasers
Published in Network
22 January 2019

Facebook gets lasers

Who needs clouds when you can zap things in space

Facebook is about to get a laser communication system which can chat to satellites in space and put pictures of cats into orbit.

France orders Google to surrender $57 million
Published in News

First head rolls under GDPR rules

French regulators have fined Google nearly $57 million for violating Europe’s strict new data-privacy rules.

5G will cost users a fair bit more
Published in Mobiles

$75 more in China

China's vendors are likely to adopt a pricing strategy selling their 5G smartphones at about $74 more than their current price ranges to increase profitability in 2019.