Voyo Bay Trail Mini PC reviewed
Published in Reviews
04 September 2015


Review: Bay Trail, 64GB of storage, throttling

Over the past year or so, we’ve seen a flood of cheap tablets and micro PCs based on Intel’s Bay Trail SoCs.

New Moto 360 still missing piece of screen
Published in Wearables
04 September 2015


But Motorola wants $349 to $399 

The first Moto 360 watch was a really desirable design. It was the first round Android Wear but it came with quite a few flaws. The new Moto 360 2015 is still missing a piece of screen but at least it has a better Snadragon 400 SoC powering it. 

Nexus 5 arrives September 29
Published in Mobiles
04 September 2015


Comes with Snapdragon 808  and Android 6.0

LG's Nexus 5 will be in the shops on September 29 to celebrate the birthday of Android M (Marshmallow). 

ASUS shows off new Zen all-in-one
Published in Notebooks
04 September 2015


All things are One Thing and No-thing

ASUS has been demonstrating its new Zen AiO S series all-in-one PCs.

Microsoft to give Windows 10 a makeover
Published in News
04 September 2015


Major changes already

Software King of the World Microsoft is planning to release a major upgrade to Windows 10.

TSMC wants to get into electricity
Published in News
04 September 2015


Building its own power plant

Contract chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is thinking of generating electricity in-house.

Laser disks make comeback in cars
Published in News
04 September 2015


Old tech is back

Technology last seen in the failed Laser Disk players has been dusted off to help build self driving cars.

Samsung lets Android rivals use its watch
Published in Wearables
04 September 2015


Wants wider adoption

Samsung is going to make its next Tizin smartwatchwork with competitors who make Android smartphones.

US sanctions planned against China
Published in News
04 September 2015


Most of the US's manufacturing base

The US government is planning shedloads of sanctions against China, forgetting that most of its IT is manufactured behind the bamboo curtain.

Semiconductor market not picking up
Published in Processors
04 September 2015


So much for optimism

Hopes that that the semi-conductor market might pick up have been dashed by the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA).