Fanboys are revolting
A while back Apple took the Nintendo out of those who owned five year old PCs calling them “sad people”. However, the fruity cargo cult is now peddling “new” computers which are that august age and even Apple fanboys are screaming “hey we are not THAT sad.”
All your details belong to hackers
Yahoo says that it is investigating claims that its MySpace and LinkedIn sites suffered from megabreaches and details from 200 million Yahoo accounts were posted to a dark web site.
Only they are doing it on the cheap
The Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan has decided to copy the US and start spying on its journalists, political activists and Lawyers, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. But it is behaving more like a script kiddy hacker and doing it obviously and on the cheap.
FTC’s chief technology officer dispels myth
Carnegie Mellon University professor Lorrie Cranor, who is the US FTC’s technology guru, has debunked a myth that it is a good idea to change your password often.
Ericsson worried about too many controls
Ericsson head of European affairs, Peter Olson has warned that new net neutrality guidelines drawn up by EU regulatory body Berec are taking the mobile industry “one step backwards”.
Just a pity they are not paying tax
The US economy might be being propped up by the success of technology heavyweights.
Hard to find a good guy in this story
Apple's billion dollar investment in car-hailing app Didi Chuxing in May helped kick Uber out of China.
Smaller screens are done
Samsung Electronics Mobile Communications Business President Koh Dong-jin said the company will work to keep the large screen smartphone in the mainstream, despite claims that Apple’s attempts to bring smaller screens back have had some small success.
HTC Vive gets the horn
An Intel engineer has tweeted some details about some details of an interesting VR project that Chipzilla is working on.