Huawei and Honor set their online MWC 2020 events
Published in Mobiles


Date set for February 24th

As MWC 2020 has been officially canceled, Huawei and Honor have now set the date for an online event, which will include a live stream with CEO, Richard Yu, as the host.

Nvidia teases new Cyberpunk 2077 theme graphics card
Published in Graphics


Will it be the Geforce RTX 2077 or something else

While we are eagerly awaiting for Nvidia's next-gen GPUs, Nvidia has now teased a limited edition graphics card with a Cyberpunk 2077 theme.

Tesla told to stop cutting down trees
Published in Transportation


You are supposed to be green

The carmaker of choice for polar-bear friendly, recyclers who knit their own yoghurt, Tesla has received a bollocking from a German court for cutting down trees.

Intel 10th gen Comet Lake-S desktop CPUs being seen
Published in PC Hardware


Rumours of Glory

The dark satanic rumour mill is starting to report sitings of the upcoming Intel 10th gen Comet Lake-S Desktop CPUs.

YouTube TV quits Apple store over price gouging
Published in News


Worms are turning

The Tame Apple Press is shocked, yea shocked, that YouTube TV has pulled its app from the Apple Store because Jobs' Mob was demanding too much cash for the service.

UK telcos made a fortune in EU
Published in News


Last of the big spends

The UK telecoms industry has seen earnings on its investments in the EU grow 40 percent since the referendum despite the Brexit debacle, analysis of the latest ONS data has revealed.

Activision Blizzard games should not have been on GeForce Now
Published in Gaming


Nvidia should have given it the elbow

Last week we ran a story about how Nvidia had to pull Activision Blizzard GeForce Now cloud subscription service and was keeping quiet on the reasons.

Microsoft pulls another pants patch update
Published in News


This software is so buggy it could have been written by Apple

Software King of the World Microsoft has pulled a security patch which causes users to lose files and might freeze screens, scare children and cause the collapse of the West.

UK Met Office splashes out on supercomputer
Published in News


British weather is not right so it might not even be in the country

The UK government's Met Office is to invest in a supercomputer £1.2 billion and it is so keen to keep it as green as possible it might be housed in another country.

MSI working on GTX 1650 with GDDR6 memory
Published in Graphics


The GTX 1650 Super with less CUDA cores

It appears that MSI is preparing to launch a GTX 1650 graphics card with GDDR6 memory, which could fill the gap between the standard GTX 1650 and the GTX 1650 Super.