Users might be owed $300
Sony has lost a class action lawsuit for claiming its Xperia phones were "waterproof" when in reality they were only "water resistant".
Looks like that market will not save anyone soon
Hopes that the Chinese mobile market might pick-up and save the cash cows of one-hit-wonders like Apple have been dashed by new figures from Digitimes Research.
NAND flash prices continue to rise
Average selling prices for NAND flash memory chips rose three to 10 percent in the second quarter and are projected to continue rising through the third quarter.
One careful owner
Fujitsu wants to flog off its mobile operations as the Japanese information technology company faces stiff competition from bigger rivals in a highly lucrative mobile phone market
Will cost $10 billion
Foxconn will build three facilities in the US state of Wisconsin for operation as early as next year, as part of a campus housing a $10 billion liquid crystal display (LCD) factory due for 2020.
What is that which is coming out of its hands?
Google has decided that its next version of Android, codemamed Android O, will be named after an addictive biscuit which is packed full of things you should not touch.
Claims it is perfectly safe to look at the sun
While the press was mocking Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s antics of staring straight at the sun during the solar eclipse, he had the support of Wikileak’s Julian (look at me) Assange.
Fanboys claim Apple should have protected them
Apple fanboys have taken Jobs’ Mob to court for not doing enough to protect them while driving.
Holy grail for hackers
Two years after Google showed how Rowhammer attacks could flip dynamic random access memory (DRAM) bits to induce those memory cells to change their state, IBM has shown how it can target MLC NAND flash memory.
Chipzilla enters the fight and provides real competition
Blackberry shares have been plunging from their more than two year high hit in June after lackluster earnings have raised doubts about prospects for a turnaround, particularly as Intel appears to be eating into its markets.