That bubble has burst now
After sliding its slide-rules, flicking its abacus, and counting its toes, the beancounters at Gartner have decided that the smartphone business bubble has burst splattering in the face of those who depend on it.
Takes early retirement
Intel's HPC director James Reinders is cleaning out his desk and Intel after 27 years.
Helix is a PC/console combo
Microsoft has started to focus on combining PC gaming with its Xbox One console.
MT6625 shortage to end after earthquake
MediaTek and its manufacturing partner TSMC are back to being flat out in Taiwan bringing to an end the MT6625 communications chip shortage.
So much for a world without wires
Intel appears to have given up on its wireless world project, which was based around its Core M chip.
HPE will boldly go if it is still here in 250 years
The former maker of expensive printer ink has said that the Star Trek Beyond, the latest in the new Star Trek movies will be a big advert for the company.
What could possibly go wrong?
Israel's General Robotics has developed tiny 'combat robots' that can climb stairs, traverse difficult terrain, and nail anything that moves with a nine millimetre Glock.
Chang worried about Intellectual Property theft
While Taiwan should welcome Chinese investors into the island's protected chip sector, they should not be allowed to become directors so that prized intellectual property is not nicked, claims TSMC.
I'm a Knu, how do you do?
Former NASA administrator Dan Goldin has emerged from a decade out of the public eye with a new type of computer chip, which he thinks, will shake the industry up.
Motherboards don't stand for comfort any more
Asustek is shifting its development focus to Internet of Things (IoT), robot and virtual /argument reality (VR/AR) products after seeing that motherboards and graphics are going to suffer for a good long while.