40 percent of US people will cut the cable by 2030
By 2030, as many as 40 percent of Americans will have cut the cord to their cable companies and telephones according to predictions in a new report by market outfit TDG Research.
Our spies can do what they like
The increasingly autocratic oligarchic junta running the United States has decided it does not need any court order to insist that software companies give its spooks backdoor access to their products.
Android might get better on cheaper phones
Google is working on a way of making cheaper Android Phones run better with a cut down version of Android called Go.
ABI research thinks 5G is all at C
According to new findings from ABI Research, while the use of mmWave is one of the most distinguishing features of 5G, in the near term the C-Band is emerging with the most global consensus for the timely launch of commercial 5G network in 2019.
Supporting the Great FireWall
In Big Brother, before a dissident was executed, they were expected to publicly renounce their own crimes and praise the government. In China Apple and Google have been doing just that.
The Fruity Cargo Cult is starting to pay back tax in Ireland, despite the fact it has denied doing anything illegal.
Novice security flaw patch destroyed by update
Apple’s comedy programming team has struck again and released a software update which undoes an emergency security patch which undid a security flaw which was so basic a toddler on crack would not have written it.
For higher density wi-fi networks
Edgewater Wireless Systems has teamed up with Galtronics to produce what they have called the world's first antenna solution designed specifically for multi-channel wi-fi products.
Single-gate vertical channel (SGVC)
Macronix is releasing details of a new 3D NAND structure, called single-gate vertical channel (SGVC).
Opens the door to low cost, ultra-thin and flexible displays
Nanosys and DIC today announced a breakthrough in inkjet-printed Quantum Dot colour conversion devices for LCD and emissive displays which they claim will pave the way to the $12.6 billion anticipated market for low cost, ultra-thin and flexible displays.