You Know Who wants a spell to make robots talk
Software (You-Know-Who) has just splashed out and bought Wand Labs which makes bots which can talk to muggles.
Court ruling means it could face a ban
Apple’s Chinese troubles deepened after a court decided that it had stolen the design for the iPhone 6 from a local smartphone maker.
You get so much for less these days
OnePlus has been flogging phones packed to the gunnels with software and lots of add-ons for a reasonable price, but one user has complained that his OnePlus 3 also arrived with pre-installed p*rn.
Clearing the inventory for Pascal
Nvidia has dropped the price of its previous generation GTX 900-series cards to clear out any inventory and to make room fo the new Pascal-based GeForce GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 cards.
MS16-072/KB 3163622 patch breaks group policy settings
Software giant Microsoft has admitted that its MS16-072/KB 3163622 patch will cause headaches for system administrators.
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.