Apple security fails James Bond
Published in News


You lose Mr Bond

Apple’s super secure, highly efficient, well programmed, iTunes seems to have let down Britain’s most famous secret agent.

Apple falls out with New York Times
Published in News


Apple’s unpaid “press office” refuses to support Apple news

For years the New York Times has bolstered the fruity cargo cult Apple by providing it with free advertising. But now that appears to be coming to an end.

US tech expanding in Canada
Published in News


Avoiding Trump’s immigration policy

US companies are going to keep hiring foreign tech workers, even as the Trump administration makes doing so more difficult.

Japan Display suffers from Apple dependency
Published in Mobiles


Analysts say it has been bought to its knees and now is looking for an intervention

Japan Display is starting to regret a 2015 deal it did with Apple to build a new factory for LCD panels.

Microsoft creates DNA drive
Published in PC Hardware


Just a bit slow

Software King of the World Microsoft just booted up the first “DNA drive” for storing data.

O2 fined by Ofcom
Published in Mobiles
22 March 2019

O2 fined by Ofcom


Did not provide accurate and complete answers

Mobile operator O2 has been fined £75,000 by telcom watchdog Ofcom for “failing to provide accurate and complete answers” to the regulator.

Apple’s sales too unprofitable
Published in Mobiles


Top department store snubs Job’s Mob

Australia's largest department store Myer has announced that it will stop selling Apple products because they are unprofitable.

EKWB releases aluminum water block for Nvidia RTX series
Published in PC Hardware


Fits both RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti cards

EK Water Blocks has released an aluminum water block for reference Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards.

Intel shows off its Intel Graphics Command Center
Published in Graphics


Starts its GPU Odyssey

After teasing it recently, Intel has now officially started its Odyssey, launching the new graphics control panel, called the Intel Graphics Command Center.

Nvidia produces first Creator Ready graphics driver
Published in Graphics


Optimizations for Blender, Photoshop, Premiere and more

Nvidia has released its first Creator Ready graphics driver, version 419.67, bringing optimizations for professional and "creator" oriented applications like Blender, Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro, Cinema 4D, and more.