Kids playing adult computer games will be taken into care
Published in News


British Schools threaten parents

A club for school principals in Cheshire who have lost all sense of perspective have threatened to alert social services if children are found to be playing adult rated computer games.

WhatsApp starts to talk
Published in Mobiles


Everyone's talking at me, can't hear a world they are saying...

WhatsApp has commenced rollout of its voice calling feature to all users on Android.

Indians make Open Sauce mandatory
Published in News


So long as it is super spicy

The Indian Government has issued orders that all new software purchase have to be Open Source.

Microsoft exposes Project Spartan
Published in News


Internet Explorer meets its Thermopylae

Microsoft has finished painting the six pack on Project Spartan and released it to the great unwashed.

Biggish Blue invests in cloudy internet of stuff
Published in News


Things ain't wot they used to be

The ever shrinking Big Blue has said it will invest $3 billion over the next four years in a new 'Internet of Things" unit, aiming to sell its expertise in gathering and making sense of the surge in real-time data that the Internet of Stuff will generate.

AMD gets all asynchronous and shady
Published in Graphics


Will be seen on DirectX 12

AMD has been working closely with Microsoft on the upcoming DirectX 12 to create something which it calls "Asynchronous Shaders," which are more efficient way of handling task queues.

Intel wants to quadruple SSD storage
Published in Memory


More porn super fast

Intel wants to stuff four bits per cell to get more storage out of SSDs

AMD announces glorious five year plan
Published in Processors


GPU and APUs for everyone

AMD shared its glorious five year long GPU and APU roadmap with the world for the first time.

Blackberry posts profit shock
Published in Mobiles


We are juiced up after all

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street choked on their double expresso lattes this morning after hearing that the much written off BackBerry posted a surprise quarterly profit.

Apple sucks up to gold iwatch buyers
Published in Wearables


Always believe in your soul, you've got the power to know, you're indestructable

Fruity cargo cult Apple is apparently planning to butter up those people who are so stupidly rich they think that a £13,500 gold iWatch is a good idea.