Ten percent to be fired
Troubled search engine Yahoo is following the Ancient Roman practice of decimating its legions for poor performance.
Shares trading well
Over the Christmas break AMD experienced some brisk trading in its shares indicating that the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street think the company will stir to life this year.
Better battery life
Samsung has announced its new Chromebook 3 at CES practically with no fanfare.
Apple bubble bursting
The industry leaders who depended on Apple to continue making shedloads of money peddling similar products each year are suffering as Apple slashes production as people no longer want their main product – the iPhone 6s.
$6 million in free advertising claimed
A Scientology activist has claimed that in 2014, Google gave about $6 million in free advertising to the Church of Scientology.
Snapdragon 820 Automotive family puts mobile under your bonnet
Qualcomm has told the assorted throngs at CES about a new Snapdragon 820 Automotive family of products. It will come in two flavours – a standard 820A and an 820Am that adds an LTE modem.
Twitter is building a new feature which will allow allow users to post tweets as long as 10,000 characters. Its current limit is 140-character limit.
Good luck with that
Samsung has urged a US appeals court on Tuesday to find that a jury in 2014 should not have made the South Korean company pay nearly $120 million to Apple for infringing three patents – The three slide-to-unlock, autocorrect and quick links features.
New cables for iPhone
It has been confirmed that Apple is going to force its beleaguered users to ditch their headphones in favour of more expensive wireless or Lightning sets.