Taiwan government warns employees not to use it
The Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology is warning government employees to avoid using phones that use China's GPS system Beidou to prevent ‘targeted attacks’
Apple didn’t invent the name
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been told by a Chinese court that a leather goods maker invented the name “iPhone” and it can’t kill off the business simply because its iPhone product did rather well.
FitBit’s COO headhunted
Oculus VR’s CEO, Brendan Iribe has announced that Laird Malamed is no longer the company Chief Operating Officer. Instead Hans Hartmann will be leaving FitBit, where he is currently COO, to take over.
But that is what they want you to think
Researchers at Oxford University think that virtual reality could soon be being used to treat psychological disorders such as paranoia.
Like the 3DS
We have suspected that the Nintendo NX rumours was going to abandon optical discs for game storage, but we thought it would move to download only.
Undercutting the market
Acer's new ultra-thin Aspire S 13 raised a few eyebrows by charging $699 for what many other manufacturers would charge more than $1000. Now it is planning two more which will appear in September.
SSD is king
HDD shipments across the board for all HDD applications were down 12.3 per cent over the prior quarter, despite the fact that the average HDD capacities increased.
Add a bit of Dazzle
ADATA is planning a new line of DDR4 memory modules with LED strips that light up the upper edges of XPG Dazzle heat spreaders.
Pulling out has left Redmond high and dry
Intel pulling out of the mobile business has left Microsoft’s mobile dreams in trouble.
If UK leaves EU they will have to pay more
The European Union cut roaming rates by as much as 75 per cent. The new roaming rates will apply to all phones users until June of next year when they will be completely abolished.