Xiaomi Mi 9 SE is first with Snapdragon 712 SoC
Published in Mobiles


Smaller screen, similar camera, and lower price

While Xiaomi Mi 9 is the star of the show, the company has also unveiled a smaller Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, which will be the first smartphone with Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 712 SoC and come with a smaller screen, under-display fingerprint scanner, and similar triple rear camera setup.

Logitech revives the legendary MX518 gaming mouse
Published in PC Hardware


Same look and feel with modern sensor

Showing that it really listens to its community, Logitech has resurrected the legendary MX518 gaming mouse, using the same design as the original but updating it with the latest HERO 16K sensor and more.

Zotac unveils liquid cooled RTX 2080 Ti
Published in Graphics


Part of the ArcticStorm series

Zotac has unveiled its latest Geforce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card, this time with a liquid cooling block and a part of its ArcticStorm series.

Xiaomi Mi 9 officially unveiled with triple camera
Published in Mobiles


6.39-incher with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC

As announced and teased earlier, Xiaomi has unveiled its newest Mi 9 flagship smartphone at the event in China, featuring a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED screen, impressive triple rear camera setup, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 SoC.

Case of the man who would not be a troll
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Even though a lot of people say he is

Inventor and ATL founder David Barcelou got so fed up with people labelling his firm a patent troll that he sued about a dozen individuals and organisations for libel in 2016.

SAP hiring again
Published in News
20 February 2019

SAP hiring again


Needs more expensive staff to do something but no one is sure what

The maker of expensive business software which is so esoteric few companies know what it actually does but insists they must have it is hiring staff.

Google rolls back ad-blocker autocracy
Published in News


Backtracking in the face of evidence

Google has rolled back plans to ban rival ad-blocking extensions from its Chrome software after it was revealed that its claims that they were a network hit proved bogus.

Qualcomm wants US regulators to ban some iPhones
Published in Mobiles


Change your minds

Qualcomm is urging US trade regulators to reverse a judge’s ruling and ban the import of some Apple iPhones in a long-running patent fight between the two companies.

The US cannot crush us says Huawei boss
Published in News


Even if they hold my daughter hostage

The founder of Huawei has told the BBC there is "no way the US can crush" his company, even if it is holding his daughter as a hostage.

China walks away from US cybersecurity truce
Published in News


Crowdstrike warning

Security outfit Crowdstrike has warned that China has largely abandoned a hacking truce negotiated by Barack Obama as payment for President Donald Trump's trade war with Beijing.