Samsung sings stand by your NAND
Published in Memory


Plans more expansion in China

Samsung  is considering adding NAND memory chip production capacity at its manufacturing base in China.

Lenovo aims at the high end
Published in Mobiles


Because no one has thought of that


After Lenovo received a kicking off of its position of the world's third largest mobile phone maker following its acquisition of Motorola three years ago, it is hoping that getting into the high end will save its bacon.

Samsung plans 4nm foundry for 2020
Published in Processors


Commercialise 8nm this year and 7nm next year


Samsung Electronics has been showing off its roadmap for introduction of high-tech 4-nano system semiconductor foundry process in 2020.

Apple wants to remove users from devices
Published in Mobiles


Replace fanboys with AI


Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is working out a way to cut out a major weakness in its devices' business model – its users.

Google makes pitiful excuses for underpaying women
Published in News


Handmaiden's tale

Search engine Google has come up with a truly pitiful reason for treating women employees like second class citizens – it can’t search the data.

NAND has security bug
Published in News


SSDs vulnerable to Rowhammer type attacks


NAND flash memory chips running solid-state drives (SSDs), include what could be called "programming vulnerabilities" that can be exploited to alter stored data or shorten the SSD's lifespan.

Apple agrees to help French flight inquiry
Published in Mobiles


Ipad and iPhone might have crashed a plane


Fruity cargo-cult Apple has agreed to help a French inquiry into a plane crash.

AMD will announce something new at Computex
Published in Processors


I have Ryzen


AMD today announced it will hold a press conference and live webcast during Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan.

Qualcomm faces shareholder lawsuit
Published in Processors


Legal department is a bit too busy

Qualcomm's own shareholders have sued the chipmaker for creating too many lawsuits.

SoftBank buys big chunk of Nvidia
Published in News


Could there be an ARM/Nvidia alliance forming?


Japanese tech giant SoftBank Group has acquired a $4 billion stake in Nvidia, making it the chipmaker's fourth largest shareholder.