PC hardware

  • September 17, 2021 17 Sep'21

    British home computing inventor Sir Clive Sinclair dies

    While the US started home computing in the 1970s, it was Sir Clive Sinclair’s low-cost devices which brought computing to the UK public

  • September 17, 2021 17 Sep'21

    Aftershock eyes corporate PC market

    Singapore-based custom PC supplier Aftershock has set up a corporate sales team and is looking to offer a desktop as a service for business customers

  • September 06, 2021 06 Sep'21

    Room for improvement in UK right to repair laws

    The UK government introduced right to repair legislation earlier in 2021 to combat the growing issue of electronic waste, but data sanitisation firm Blancco says that while it’s a step in the right direction, there is definitely scope for improvement

  • August 31, 2021 31 Aug'21

    More NAND SSD in fewer hands as WD $20m Kioxia bid likely

    The NAND flash market could soon go from six major players to four, but the fusion of Kioxia into WD and SK Hynix with Intel’s NAND business will still leave Samsung atop the pile

  • August 23, 2021 23 Aug'21

    Flexxon and Lenovo tie up on AI-infused SSDs

    Singapore-based Flexxon teams up with Lenovo to make its solid-state drive that uses artificial intelligence to fend off cyber threats available on ThinkPad-based laptops

  • August 09, 2021 09 Aug'21

    Possible ransomware attack hits Italian vaccine booking system

    It is still unclear who is behind the attack that caused Covid-19 vaccine bookings in Lazio, Italy, to grind to a halt, as despite masses of files being encrypted no specific ransom demands have been made for the decryptor