Rimac confirms no mainstream car
Published in Transportation

At the Vienna We Are developers 2018 conference

Mate Rimac, the CEO of the new 400 people Rimac automobiles company, confirmed at the "Vienna We are" developers' conference that you should not expect a mainstream car from the company anytime soon.

Qualcomm supports WPA3 wireless security
Published in Network

Most secure Wi-Fi network in the industry

Back at Mobile World Congress 2018, Qualcomm announced 2x2 802.11ax-ready solution for smartphones and a few days back it announced that this and the future wireless platform will support the new WPA3 security protocol.

Intel nears the big 50
Published in News

Middle age approaches

Chip giant Intel will be 50 on July the 18th, and like many a middle aged soul, its mind is turning to events in the past.

Bossa says its new game needed three years and 50,000 gamers to create
Published in Gaming

Worlds Adrift released

British game maker Bossa Studios has released Worlds Adrift - an ambitious adventure game which has taken three years and 50,000 gamers to create.

Troubled Tosh gets thumbs up for chip sale
Published in PC Hardware

Good news at last

Chinese regulators have approved the $18 billion sale of Toshiba's chip unit to a consortium led by US private equity firm Bain Capital, marking the end to a year long saga surrounding its most prized asset.

Another Uber exec flees the company
Published in Transportation

Chief Product Officer joins the brain drain

Uber Technologies Chief Product Officer Jeff Holden has cleaned out his desk at the ride-hailing company, the latest of more than a dozen senior executives to depart since last year.

Mindfulness creates higher profits for SAP
Published in News

What is the sound of one BAP instance of an SAP system containing the enqueue server and the message server clapping?

The maker of expensive software which no one is sure what it does has done well by turning to the meditation technique of mindfulness.

Google faces Indian mutiny
Published in News

Google to appeal Indian antitrust ruling

Google has said an Indian antitrust ruling that found it was guilty of search bias could cause “irreparable” harm and reputational loss to the company.

Fujitsu announces special K supercomputer
Published in News

100 times faster than regular K and packed with vitamins and minerals

Fujitsu has unveiled a prototype of a next-generation supercomputer dubbed “post-K” to the media. The machine is expected to calculate 100 times faster than the K supercomputer, which is currently operating in Kobe.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveal streaming today
Published in Gaming

Launching on October 12th

Over the last few days, Activision has been hyping up the official reveal of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 game which should start in less than three hours.