Wants to spend more time with science and tech issues
The executive chairman of Alphabet's board of directors, Eric Schmidt, has demoted himself from executive chairman of Alphabet's board of directors and become a technical adviser.
Face recognition really cannot handle Chinese
The Fruity cargo cult Apple’s iPhone X’s facial recognition systems has been dubbed racist after more Chinese people have said it can’t tell them apart.
Firefox browsers might soon indentify sites which do not run HTTPS as insecure.
You must upgrade
Fruity cargo cult Apple has admitted that it deliberately tinkers with older versions of its iPhones to force its users to upgrade.
Risky business will not end up with him dancing in his underware
Chipzilla supremo Brian Kzarnich has had enough of taking the safe approach and he is casting off the cardigan and bobble hat his mum insisted he wears and is going to take a few risks.
The former maker of rubber boots, Nokia, has signed a multi-year smartphone patent license deal with China’s Huawei, completing its list of agreements with the world’s largest handset makers and sending its share price up.
Worried about armed revolt
Having just spent a fortune giving big corporations and the very rich tax cuts while doing nothing for the poor and middle classes, the US Republicans want to maintain the iron grip that security forces have over the internet, just in case the rest of the country revolts by linking themselves to worldwide terrorist organisations.
Capitalist hyenas are blaming us for everything
A spokesman for North Korea’s foreign ministry has denied Pyongyang is linked to any cyber attacks, the North’s first response since the United States publicly blamed it for a massive worldwide cyber security breach.
Microsoft and Qualcomm might take a huge section of cheap PCs from Intel and AMD
Diviners at Digitimes Research have been consulting the livers of freshly slain bulls and reached the conclusion that Qualcomm and its new chum Microsoft might be set to carve off a big chunk of the low end PC market.
New and improved but still 14nm
Intel has released its new "Gemini Lake" Pentium and Celeron budget dual and quadcore systems on a chip.