Nvidia's big names making big cash
Demand from the gaming market and VR is pushing up demand for graphics cards, and some of the big players are laughing all the way to the bank.
Let down by suppliers
Software king of the world, Microsoft is sourcing the parts for its servers itself rather than relying on its ODM partners.
Assange’s US hate has got the better of him
Remember the days when Wikileaks did decent work and provided a valid channel for whistleblowers? Well it looks like those days have long gone and the outfit has become a tool of Tsar Putin’s propaganda machine.
There is no laying down your life for anyone
Carmaker Mercedes-Benz has decided that if it comes to a choice between drivers and pedestrians it will choose the side which paid rather a lot of money for one of its products.
Just not as many as it thought
Samsung is going to lose a few customers over its Note 7 fiasco, but not as many as the Tame Apple Press claimed.
Unspecified big bug
Motherboard maker MSI has pulled BIOS releases over an unspecified error in its Kaby Lake update.
For anyone wanting risk next year
TSMC's co-CEO Mark Liu told yesterday's investors meeting that his outfit’s 7nm was well on track and will be ready for risk production in the middle of next year.
Intel Falcon 8+ System is its first commercial drone
Chipzilla has been flat out developing software for the consumer drones and now is set to release a few drones of its own.
US swimmer used to prove PCs are not under water
Chipzilla is hoping to make a splash by hiring a US gold medal swimmer to promote its new range of PCs.
Android devices containing Foxconn firmware might have a backdoor thanks to a debugging feature left inside the OS bootloader.