So it can recruit hackers
The Swiss Army, which is famous for its knives and protecting the Pope with pikes, wants to relax its recruiting rules to allow for the unfit and over-nourished to join their ranks.
Can be cracked in five goes
The Pattern Lock system which is used to provide security on millions of Android phones is a doddle to crack.
You get what you pay for
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is finding that its much delayed, expensive wireless headphones shipped with a fault.
Note 7 and bribery scandal can be safely glossed over
Samsung might have been having a trying time this year, but at least none of it appears to have kicked it too hard in the bottom line.
Will be announced next week
The software king of the world is rumoured to be announcing 700 more job cuts next week when Microsoft announces its quarterly earnings.
Surprise result from the death inquiry
A watchdog investigation into the death of a Tesla car driver when he was running the car on auto-pilot had some unexpected good news for the car market.
Health concerns and a new role
The bloke who pushed Xiaomi into global expansion has left the company because of health concerns and a new role.
Acting oddly over flaming phones
Samsung Electronics is denying that that its design had anything to do with the incredible Note 7 and is putting the blame squarely on its two battery suppliers.
Pot calls kettle black
The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple believes that it can make a more than a billion dollars for suing Qualcomm for charging too much on its patents.
Lenovo, MediaTek, Motorola and AMD all involved.
The US International Trade Commission began a patent infringement probe after ZiiLabs claimed that 17 firms were importing products to the United States in violation of its patents on graphics processors and DDR memory controllers.