Borrowing from Bill Gates
The Indian arm of LG Electronics has taken a leaf from Bill Gate's book and declared war on the mosquito by developing a telly which kills them while you watch.
Apples are not the only fruit
The Tame Apple Press has been running down Qualcomm since its favourite company announced it was buying chips from Intel, but there are good reasons why the American chipmaker should not care that much.
Balloon wi-fi patented in 1999
Space Data Corporation is claiming that Google pinched its idea for a balloon based wi-fi project to distribute the internet.
Video kills the writing star
The dafter elements of the social notworking outfit Facebook seem to think that the written word has had its day and we will be using video messaging instead.
It takes over your PC
New Intel x86 processors have a secret control mechanism that runs on a separate chip that no one is allowed to audit or examine and according a security expert it exposes all affected systems to nearly unkillable, undetectable rootkit attacks.
Finding their niche
While the bigger tech companies are being battered trying to get making organic light emitting diode (OLED) screens to market, smaller Japanese gear makers are doing rather well.
$3.1 billion deal is shake up of the chipmaking gear makers
Chipmaking equipment firm ASML has bought the chip screening company Hermes Microvision (HMI) for $3.1 billion.
Goodnight US and Korea
Chinese companies are swamping the top of the pops of smartphone makers and while Samsung and Apple are the main brand leaders, companies based behind the Great Wall take up the rest of the spots.
Our list of coming Apple “attractions”
Apple appears to have written of this year as too horrible to mention, and its much hyped announcements at Apple WWDC 2016 were nothing more than a loud sounding yawn. But what should they have said?