Cloudy forecast
Published in News
01 July 2016

Cloudy forecast


Why does it always rain on me?

The IDC Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker claims that revenues from sales of infrastructure products for cloud IT, including public and private cloud, grew by 3.9 per cent on year to US$6.6 billion in the first quarter of 2016.

IBM suffering
Published in News
19 April 2016

IBM suffering


New business can't make up for old

While IBM's new cloud and mobile business are doing quite well, they are not making enough to off-set the losses from the older traditional arms of the company.

Kingston expands Cloud headset range
Published in Wearables


HyperX Cloud Revolver pre-order tomorrow


HyperX, a division of Kingston has told us that its HyperX Cloud Revolver headset will ship May 9 and is available for pre-order tomorrow.

Acer starts huge restructuring
Published in Notebooks


Spliting into three major segments

Acer plans to implement a corporate restructuring project and divide its business into three major segments – PC, cloud and data center management, and re-investment businesses.

Microsoft knifes security partner and customer
Published in News


The old Microsoft is back

Microsoft seems to be back on form spectacularly knifing one of its long term partners and customers as it seems to be adopting its own rival products.

Ballmer agrees with most of Microsoft’s cunning plans
Published in News


So it is almost certainly doomed


The shy and retiring Micrososft CEO Steve “sounds of silence” Ballmer has quietly put forward his modest opinion that Microsoft's hardware—Surface, HoloLens, and Xbox—is "absolutely essential" to its future.

AMD shows off first virtualised GPUs
Published in Graphics


Turn a dumb computer into a graphics powerhouse

AMD has revealed what it claims are the world's first hardware virtualized GPU products -- AMD FirePro S-Series GPUs with Multiuser GPU (MxGPU) technology.

Amazon misses Wall Street Expectations
Published in News


Tiny profit margins

Amazon announced a pretty good quarterly result and immediately suffered from a bad case of falling shares because the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street think that its profit margins are too thin.

Microsoft beats Wall Street predictions
Published in News


A cloudy future is now a good thing

Software King of the World Microsoft beat the predictions of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue and profit which was bolstered by cost cutting and growing demand for its cloud products and services.

VMWare cuts jobs on cloudy results
Published in News


Looks like the sky really wasn’t cloud’s limit

While the Cloud is supposed to be the savour of big computing, VMWare, which should be doing well is actually suffering.