Vaults over the Jobs' Great Wall
iOS malware capable of attacking both non-jailbroken and jailbroken iPhones has surfaced making Jobs' Mob's walled garden defences null and void.
More doom next year predicted
Beancounters from DRAM Exchange have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that sales of DRAM for notebooks and PCs suffered a downturn in September.
Intel engineer spills the beans
Intel's next-generation Cannonlake consumer-targeted processors could be the chip to leap from quad-core designs for the great unwashed.
IPhone in a coma, I know, I know it is serious
The new iPhone 6S has a new feature – it puts itself into a coma to avoid listening to the inane chatter of Apple fanboys owners .
No evil costs too much
Search engine Google is now officially run by an Alphabet overlord which is permitted to do evil so long as it is legal.
Consumer desktop and mobile products
Last week AMD announced its next generation PRO series APUs for business desktop and notebook PCs and now some more details have come to light.
$350 you should be so Luckey
Oculus Founder Palmer Luckey has been justifying punters having to pay more than the expected $350 price for the Oculus Rift headset.
App pulled from store for pulling to bits
Fruity cargo cult Apple is furious that the tear-down outfit iFixit has dared to take the back off its shiny toys and reveal the outrageous profits the company is charging.
Silicon's days could be numbered
Big Blue Researchers have discovered a way to replace silicon semiconductors with carbon nanotube transistors and think that the development will push the industry past Moore's law limits.