Printers, PCs, Tablets on a single contract
HP has decided to allow enterprises to get their paws on HP's latest PCs, tablets, printers and other devices using a single contract with no cash upfront.
Cease and desist for a bloke for teaching people how to repair its gear
Fruity cargo cult Apple has ordered a take-down of a video of a bloke explaining to Apple fanboys why the gear is pants.
Community-driven tech is not where it is at
Oracle is quietly pulling funding and development efforts away from Java Enterprise Edition, in a move that mirrors Oracle’s moves in OpenSolaris and continued with OpenOffice.org.
That deep-fried Mars bar of French confectionary
Google has started telling the world that Android N stands for “nougat” the super sweet candy made with sugar or honey, roasted nuts, whipped egg whites, and sometimes chopped candied fruit.
Is the RX480 a power vampire?
Since AMD’s new RX480 card has launched there have been reports that it seems to have issues with the PCI Express slot.
Why does it always rain on me?
The IDC Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker claims that revenues from sales of infrastructure products for cloud IT, including public and private cloud, grew by 3.9 per cent on year to US$6.6 billion in the first quarter of 2016.
DRAM prices continue to fall
Micron is going to tell its staff "thanks for the memory" and tell them to clear off, after an initial wave of restructuring failed to do the job.
The cost of stopping support
A Californian jury has decided that Oracle should not have stopped supporting Itanium and needs to write a cheque to HP for $3 billion for doing so.Needless to say Oracle has said it would appeal the verdict.
Expect a court case
Music streaming service Spotify has accused Fruity cargo cult Apple of refusing to approve its iPhone App because its service competes with Apple Music.