Just for smartphones
Global Lighting Technologies (GLT) chairman Lee Man-hsiang dismissed a long standing belief that OLED panels will replace TFT-LCD.
Until the new iPhone makers start killing themslves
Foxconn has finally resolved the problem of labourers working on the iPhone trying to kill themselves by replacing 60,000 of them with robots.
Matthew Broderick might still have the gear to hack it
After decades, the US Defense Department is still using eight inch floppy disks in a computer system that coordinates the operational functions of the nation's nuclear forces.
Java Applets were fair use
Google has won a major US court battle with software firm Oracle after a jury ruled it did not nick parts of the Java programming language.
We have enough religions already thanks
India has rejected the Apple Cargo cult's request to set up iPhone temples, other wise known as Apple Stores, in the country because it makes all its products in foreign parts.
Revenue rose 46 percent
The Open Saucy software outfit Red Hat is probably a better investment than putting all your cash on a sure bet with a sheepskin bridle for the 2.30 at Ascot.
$1.68 trillion Apple, Microsoft, Google, Cisco and Oracle
The Wall Street have rushed from their executive toilets screaming that five technology outfits are sitting on most of the world's cash.
Will boost VR business
MediaTek is so confident about its VR plans it is going to spin off its VR division to form an independent company in June.
Artemis on board
ARM's colaboration with TSMC has finally born some fruit with the tapeout of a 10nm test chip to show off the company's readiness for the new manufacturing process.