God of War for PS4 pre-load date revealed
Published in Games

Two days to download just over 44GB

Those looking for getting the new God of War for PS4 digitally should know that the pre-load will unlock tomorrow, on April 18th.

Meizu sets a date
Published in Mobiles
17 April 2018

Meizu sets a date

Rumored to announce three smartphones on April 22nd

Meizu has now officially announced the date for its Meizu 15 event which will be held in Wuzhen, China on April 22nd, where the company is rumored to unveil a total of three smartphones in the new Meizu 15 lineup.

Dell unveils Inspiron 13 7000 convertible with AMD Ryzen mobile APU
Published in Notebooks

13.3-incher with Ryzen 5 2500U or Ryzen 2700U APUs

Dell has rather silently unveiled its newest Inspiron 13 7000 convertible notebook with 13.3-inch 1080p touchscreen and AMD Mobile Ryzen APUs, starting at $729.99.

Snapdragon X50 is 10nm
Published in Mobiles

Will be finished this year

3GPP has locked the 5G standard and Qualcomm’s first 5G modem, called the X50, will enter production in the latter part of the year. It is a 10nm chip that goes arm in arm with Snapdragon 855.

OnePlus 5T gets Android 8.1
Published in Mobiles

AI infused Oreo

There is only a handful of phones that have had an Android 8.1 official update. As of last night, Central European Time, OnePlus 5T is one of them.

Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X Overclock to 5.88 GHz
Published in Processors

Sadly needed exotic cooling

Two of AMD's upcoming second-generation Ryzen processors have already been overclocked to more than 5.8GHz and beyond.

Intel shares plan to use the GPU for security
Published in Processors

Threat Detection Technology

Chipzilla has been sharing some of its ideas to use the GPU to detect new classes of threats.

Vivendi defends its cunning plan for Telecom Italia
Published in News

The Italians need stability

French media group Vivendi defended its cunning plan for the creaking and out-of-date Telecom Italia claiming that it is best placed as the number one shareholder to provide stability for the former monopoly.

French build new encryption based messaging
Published in News

Saying "non" to nasty foreign roast beef-eating encryption with "superior" french tech

The French government is building an encrypted messenger service to ease fears that foreign entities could spy on private conversations between top officials.

Microsoft builds own Linux kernel
Published in Wearables

To run secure IoT – not bad for what it used to call "cancer"

Software king of the world Microsoft has knocked up its own version of the Linux kernal to run a secure end-to-end IoT product that focuses on microcontroller-based devices.