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Have your say: Will Apple's new iTime watch live up to the hype?

23 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper
Have your say: Will Apple's new iTime watch live up to the hype?
An Apple patent for a smartwatch was revealed today, with the device apparently to be called the iTime.  The patent largely refers to a smart wristband which can be attached...

Have your say: Is the iPhone 6's sapphire screen disappointing?

21 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper
Have your say: Is the iPhone 6's sapphire screen disappointing?
A new test has cast doubt on the new iPhone 6's screen, which many thought would be made of pure sapphire. As it turns out, the screen isn't all that hard after all. Have your say here!

Lovefilm Instant to merge with Amazon Prime

21 Feb 2014
Lovefilm Instant to merge with Amazon Prime
Amazon is to combine its high-speed shipping subscription with its Lovefilm streaming service to create Prime Instant Video, while also increasing its investment in original content.

Apple vs Samsung in America: Two giant multi-national corporations acting like children

15 Aug 2013  by Mitchell Hall
Apple vs Samsung in America: Two giant multi-national corporations acting like children
Will the White House act like the adult when it comes to patent squabbles, and uphold the trade principles it professes to hold dear?

Is Windows RT now in its death throes?

12 Aug 2013  by Sebastian Anthony
Is Windows RT now in its death throes?
With Asus being the latest company to jump ship, and just one OEM left, it certainly seems like Windows RT is all but finished.

Surface RT 2: Tegra confirmed – but why is Microsoft sticking with Nvidia?

09 Aug 2013  by Sebastian Anthony
Surface RT 2: Tegra confirmed – but why is Microsoft sticking with Nvidia?
According to Nvidia’s CEO, the Surface RT 2 will remain powered by the Tegra (presumably Tegra 4) SoC. Is that really a wise move?

A closer look at Intel’s first 450mm fab: D1X Module 2 to come online in 2015

08 Aug 2013  by Joel Hruska
A closer look at Intel’s first 450mm fab: D1X Module 2 to come online in 2015
Intel has broken ground on its first dedicated facility for 450mm wafer production. We look at why the company is making the switch.

Qualcomm believes Octa-core is more of a distraction

06 Aug 2013  by Joel Hruska
Qualcomm believes Octa-core is more of a distraction
Qualcomm doesn’t put much stock in octa-core, it would seem. In fact a senior VP has called upcoming 8-core chips “dumb.”

ARM’s big.LITTLE MP technology may result in penta-core SoCs

30 Jul 2013  by Joel Hruska
ARM’s big.LITTLE MP technology may result in penta-core SoCs
MediaTek’s first implementation of ARM’s big.LITTLE MP could lead to a penta-core SoC with two Cortex-A15s and three Cortex-A7 cores.

AMD is coping with a difficult 2013, should return to profitability courtesy of next-gen consoles

22 Jul 2013  by Joel Hruska
AMD is coping with a difficult 2013, should return to profitability courtesy of next-gen consoles
AMD has managed to navigate a tricky 2013 thus far, and the Xbox One and PS4 should anchor the back half of the year.

Intel puts its weight behind Atom processors

22 Jul 2013  by Joel Hruska
Intel puts its weight behind Atom processors
After years of being in the shadows, Atom is being pushed to the fore as a top flight processor, and a major part of Intel’s strategy.