Nvidia confirms RTX 2080 Ti issues with early batch
Published in Graphics


Still nothing serious, according to Nvidia

There has been a lot of talk regarding issues with Nvidia's latest flagship RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards but, according to Nvidia, it is nothing serious and unusual, and the company is still working with those affected with the issue.

ADATA announces new Ultimate SU630 SSD
Published in PC Hardware


2.5-inch SATA SSD with 3D QLC NAND

ADATA has unveiled its newest Ultimate SU630 2.5-inch SATA 6Gbps SSD based on next-generation 3D QLC (Quad-Level Cell) NAND.

AMD officially releases Radeon RX 590
Published in Graphics


Based on 12nm Polaris GPU

As expected, rumored, and leaked earlier this week, AMD has now officially released its latest mid-range graphics card meant to put a bit more pressure on Nvidia's GTX 1060 during this holiday season, the Radeon RX 590.

HPCC and HP enterprise team up for Hawk supercomputer
Published in PC Hardware


3.5 faster thanks to AMD

The High - Performance Computing Centre of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), today announced a collaboration to build and deliver HLRS, a next-generation supercomputer.

Apple investments causing hedge funds headaches
Published in News


Several funds in trouble but they are still buying

Dumb-arsed Wall Street investors who never read Fudzilla placed their funds in danger by putting money into Apple.

Russians jammed US GPS
Published in News
15 November 2018

Russians jammed US GPS


Military exercise embarrassment

Russian spooks showed how they could shut down the entire US war machine by jamming GPS during a major NATO military exercise in Norway leaving them with the equivalent of Apple Maps.

Facebook hired PR company to write fake news
Published in News


Wanted to get at Google

Facebook hired a public relations firm last year that wrote fake news critical of Google and conspiracy theories which claimed that George Soros was behind a growing anti-Facebook movement.

Chinese fusion reactor reaches the correct temperature
Published in News


Set the controls to the heart of the Artificial sun

Chinese nuclear boffins have gotten their fusion reactor to the temperature needed to keep a fusion reaction that produces more power than it takes to run.

iPhone cash cow being killed off by the mid-range phones
Published in Mobiles


Same functions for half the price

Apple’s most scary rival is not the makers of other high-end phones but mid-range phones coming out of China.

Cisco beats analysts' expectations
Published in News


Software moves are paying off

Cisco beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly revenue and profit thanks to demand for its routers and switches as well as growth in newer areas of focus such as software.