“MELTDOWN” and “SPECTRE” CPU Security Vulnerabilities – All you need to know!

Recently, a collection of security loopholes have being found within Computer CPUs, mostly in relation to the Intel. Above, you can see a list of the 6 major brands of CPUs (Central Processing Unit), and we can pretty much guarantee that the device you’re reading this post on, contains one of them. However, depending onContinue reading ““MELTDOWN” and “SPECTRE” CPU Security Vulnerabilities – All you need to know!”

Computex 2014: Intel – All new Wireless Charging Technology, Rezence

We’ve seen a ton of exciting announcements and hardware from this years Computex already, now Intel have some awesome technology surrounding Wireless Charging. The Alliance of Wireless Power (A4WP), which is backed by Rezence, is a Wireless Power transfer technology based on magnetic resonance. The compatibility of this Wireless Charging solution wasn’t made clear, whetherContinue reading “Computex 2014: Intel – All new Wireless Charging Technology, Rezence”

Computex 2014: Intel – New Moorefield and Broadwell Processors announced!

Alongside a partnership deal with Samsung providing affordable 4K hardware, Intel themselves had a slew of new announcements at this years Computex, including a whole new variety of Processors set, not only for the future of Windows, but Android as well. Intel Moorefield = Next Gen Atom Marketed under the attractively named, Intel Atom Z3560/Z3580,Continue reading “Computex 2014: Intel – New Moorefield and Broadwell Processors announced!”

Computex 2014: Samsung & Intel – Both companies teaming up for lower cost 4K Solutions

As far as unexpected announcement partnerships go, they don’t get more strange than Intel and Samsung, but the result of the partnership could be something really awesome moving forward. One thing Intel and Samsung have in common is Windows, Intel makes processors and Samsung makes decent Windows hardware to run on said processors, but theContinue reading “Computex 2014: Samsung & Intel – Both companies teaming up for lower cost 4K Solutions”

MWC 14 Day 3: Intel shows off 64-bit processor for Smartphones

Whilst Mobile World Congress is in it’s wrap up stages, that doesn’t stop Intel showing off a reference device running their all new Dual-Core and Quad-Core 64-bit processors aimed at Smartphones. Of course the real advantage of 64-bit Smartphones is yet be really be seen, the latest Qualcomm SnapDragon 801 that all the latest SmartphonesContinue reading “MWC 14 Day 3: Intel shows off 64-bit processor for Smartphones”

Are Android Multi-Core Phones All They’re Made to Be?

One of the most voiced criticisms we hear of multi-core mobile processors, in addition to “why do you even need that much processing power on a smartphone, anyway”, is that all the cores in the world aren’t going to do much for performance when software isn’t taking full advantage of them. Intel, a relative newbieContinue reading “Are Android Multi-Core Phones All They’re Made to Be?”

Microsoft release Windows 8 Developer Preview

Ah, that time has arrived again. The time when Microsoft let us in on what’s coming up in the next version of Windows. Not that I wasn’t excited last time when I downloaded the Developer Preview of Windows 7, but with Windows 8 everything feels different, which I like! We’ll be covering Windows 8 throughoutContinue reading “Microsoft release Windows 8 Developer Preview”

Apple iMac Refresh May 2011 – Thunderbolt, AMD Graphics and more!

Introduction When it comes to Apple, they reinvent technology, they master it and make it something we inspire to purchase, which is probably tactical marketing you’re probably thinking, but thats the thing its not, well not all of it. What do I mean by this, well, if you’ve never used a Mac and use Windows PCs for the restContinue reading “Apple iMac Refresh May 2011 – Thunderbolt, AMD Graphics and more!”

Apple MacBook Pro Update = Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!

Today Apple shocked the crowd … OK they didn’t we saw it coming, but anyway, Apple has updated its MacBook Pro line and from afar you probably can’t tell that they’ve changed it, even though the ports have changed, next to the previous gen still look the same, more on that in a minute. ContraryContinue reading “Apple MacBook Pro Update = Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!”

Apple July 2010 Update – Mac Pro Spec Bumps

Apple has refreshed (FINALLY) updated the Mac Pro and trust me, this is the Mac we’ve all been waiting for. The Mac Pro won’t be available until August but what you’re getting is a powerhouse of a computer. Apple are boasting the fact that the Mac Pro will have an insane 12-cores! Like before youContinue reading “Apple July 2010 Update – Mac Pro Spec Bumps”

Apple July 2010 Update – iMac Spec Bumps

Apple today have unleashed some spec bumps to the full line-up of the iMac line. The most notably in which is the replacement of Intels Core 2 Duo with Intels more powerful Core-i3 as well as some fantastic graphics for your money. Here are the full specs of the new iMac line. 21.5 inch modelContinue reading “Apple July 2010 Update – iMac Spec Bumps”

Apple iPad vs NetBooks!

As has been mentioned by a ton of people in the past, the Apple iPad has definitely left many people divided and even wondering the point of the device even in existence, but yet they want it? The iPad, to me, is a computer, yes it maybe running an iPHONE!!! OS, but is that necessarilyContinue reading “Apple iPad vs NetBooks!”