Not really sure why
While most of the world is treating wearables as a bit of a snooze, there is a significant market for the trinkets in Africa and the Middle East, according to beancounters at IDC.
He hated being outsmugged by Microsoft so he stole its tablet
The messiah of the fruity cargo-cult, Steve Jobs, apparently was only interested in hacking off a single Microsoft executive when he stole the idea for the tablet and the smartphone.
Unless no one buys it
Global electronics makers are worried that Apple is going to take all the supplies of memory chips for its new iPhone 8.
Travis Kalanick had become a problem
Uber investors have apparently forced out its Chief Executive Travis Kalanick.
We think someone missed the point
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult is famous for its largely pointless, heavy handed security policy which is so autocratic that not even Kim Jong-un would attempt it, but as you might expect, few details have leaked, until now.
AMD's sword and sandal processors get belt and braces
SuperMicro is releasing new dual socket servers and upcoming single-socket solutions supporting AMD EPYC, the latest AMD family of high-performance processors.
Designstart programme has its uses
IAR Systems has teamed up with ARM and signed up for its DesignStart programme which could see the development of more custom SoCs
Not Zuckerburg or Musk
Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley descended on the White House yesterday for the first meeting of the American Technology Council.
Galaxy Note expected
Samsung is planing a launch event in New York City for its next Galaxy Note smartphone in the second half of August.