TSMC sees profits fall
Published in News
18 October 2018

TSMC sees profits fall


As an expected trade war looms

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing has reported a 0.9 percent fall in third quarter net profits.

Largest Apple collection up for sale
Published in News


Or it might be destroyed

An Austrian computer repairman who collected the world’s biggest collection of old Apple computers has warned it will all be destroyed unless someone takes it off his hands.

TechPowerUp solves the problem of Nvidia cheats
Published in Graphics


Your high-end card might be worse than you think

TechPowerUp (https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/has) worked out a way to spot cheap Nvidia cards which have been dressed up to look more powerful.

A simple Windows hack is unfixed a year later
Published in News


All a hacker could want

A simple Windows security hack which was discovered a year ago is still unpatched.

Essential says a third of its staff not essential
Published in Mobiles


Andy Rubin’s post-Android dream appears to be a nightmare

A start-up founded by the creator of Android has laid off about a third of its staff.

Cloud depends on magnetic tape
Published in Cloud

 

The more things change, the more they stay the same

New cloud technology is still largely dependant on century old magnetic tape, and unfortunately, there are not the makers around that there used to be.

AMD pushes server upgrades
Published in Network


Targeting owners of ancient kit

AMD is leaning on its channel to support its push in the server market as the firm looks to challenge for market share and rattle Intel's cage.

Samsung says ola to Zhilabs
Published in Cloud


Writes a cheque for Spanish network data analysis firm in cloud push

Samsung has bought Barcelona-based network data analysis firm Zhilabs.

IBM has surprise revenue drop
Published in Cloud


Mainframe sales slow

Big Blue has reported a bigger-than-expected drop in revenue caused by slowing software sales and wavering demand for mainframe servers.

Xerox in hot water after Fujifilm court win
Published in News


Starting to regret listening to those activist investors

Xerox is probably regretting backing down in a planned merger with Fujifilm and firing the CEO who pushed it through.