Qualcomm modem will be in September 18 iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Intel gets the largest modem share

Intel has started manufacturing the XMM 7560 modem that will included in most iPhone’s in September 2018 but our sources confirm that Qualcomm is making the mix again.

Possible candidate names for Intel's next CEO
Published in News


Exclusive: It is going to be the Game of Thrones

After we heard that Brian Krzanich is out, we started to ask people close to the matter who might be the next in line for the Iron Throne. We got a few internal names or names close to the company, as well as some ex-Intel executives who made the list.

ARM and Samsung build eMRAM compiler
Published in PC Hardware


New offerings for Samsung Foundry’s 7LPP and 5LPE EUV, and 11LPP FinFET nodes

ARM and Samsung Foundry are announcing the industry’s first eMRAM compiler offering which will be available on Samsung Foundry’s 28FDS (FDSOI) process technology.

Gaming addiction disorder claims are "poor science"
Published in Gaming


Mostly Harmless

Gaming addiction might be being take seriously in some quarters, but scientists are starting to think that it mght not be a real psychological condition and slammed ‘poor’ research kicked it all off.

Ericsson needs 5G take-up
Published in Mobiles


Something needs to turn around

Ericsson needs 5G network services to be taken up to turn it around and end its need to restructure and allow it to expand again.

Foxconn calls Trump's trade war a tech war
Published in News


It is our biggest challenge

Foxconn says the US and Chinese governments are engaged in a technology war, not a trade war, describing the spat as its most significant challenge.

Nvidia has an inventory problem
Published in Graphics


Which might explain its GPU delays

Tech news site SemiAccurate which covers the GPU space claims that Nvidia has delayed its  new gaming GPUs because it has inventory problems now that the bitcoin bubble has burst.

Apple to close all ports
Published in Mobiles


Because getting rid of the headphone jack was so popular

Apple thinks that giving its users less for the same or more money is a winning strategy.  Getting rid of the headphone jack meant that users had to spend cash on expensive wireless earbuds and now it wants to kill off all ports.

Google makes a stand for revenge porn
Published in News


Lobbies law into oblivion

Search engine Google has used its considerable power to squash a law banning people from getting revenge on their ex by posting naked pictures or movies of them on the internet.

IBM launches PowerAI Enterprise
Published in AI


One software pack to rule them all

AI - Artificial Intelligence -  is certainly the IT business word of the year as almost every company is working on it, or at least thinking about working on it. IBM has just announced a new software platform simply called IBM PowerAI Enterprise alongside with AI infrastructure reference architecture.