AMD rolls out Radeon Software 17.7.1 Beta drivers
Published in Graphics


One to have for new mining graphics cards

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition drivers, version 17.7.1 Beta, which bring support for a couple of recently launched mining and standard graphics cards as well as a couple of fixed bugs.

Rambus up for sale
Published in News


No-one caught the bus

Controversial chip designer Rambus is trying to sell itself off.

Taiwanese manufacturers show strong June growth
Published in News


Up, up and away

A tranche of hardware makers on the island of Taiwan have released figures that show they were on a roll in June.

Tesla Model 3 is ready to roll
Published in News


It's a trickle down effect

Elon Musk has shown off the Model 3 in a series of tweets.

Free wi-fi can be a menace
Published in News


Don't view porn in public

Norton said that 59 percent of Americans think that when they use public wi-fi it's safe as houses but it most certainly isn't.

Trump u-turns on Russian cyber deal
Published in News


Tweet not so sweet

The czar of the United States was forced to re-track on a proposal he made to Russian czar Vladimir Putin to cooperate on cyber security.

EKWB releases its own M.2 SSD heatsink
Published in News


Coming in Nickel and Black versions

EK Water Blocks, known for its high-end liquid cooling components, has announced its new passive heatsink for M.2 form-factor SSDs.

AOC teams up with Porsche for new monitors
Published in News


24- and 27-inchers designed by Studio F.A. Porsche

AOC has teamed up with Studio F.A. Porsche for its two new impressive looking gaming monitors, the 24-inch PDS241, and the 27-inch PDS271.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 specifications revealed in benchmark
Published in Mobiles


Snapdragon 835 SoC and 6GB of RAM

Xiaomi's successor of the game-changing Mi Mix smartphone has been rumored for quite a while but the latest benchmark results revealed a bit more details, including the Snapdragon 835 chipset and 6GB of RAM.

Toshiba announces 4-bit QLC NAND flash memory
Published in Memory


World's first 4-bit-per-cell 3D flash memory

Toshiba has announced the latest generation of 3D flash memory, the 4-bit-per-cell, quadruple-level cell (QLC) technology NAND flash memory.