Intel gets into Memory
Published in Memory
21 October 2015

Intel gets into Memory

Converts its China plant

Intel wants to step up its involvement in the memory market by converting one of its Chinese plants to make memory chips.

Outlook still bleak for Biggish Blue
Published in News

Still not making money

IBM has been selling the family silver but still can’t buy itself out of trouble as its cloud business has not picked up yet.

IBM allowing Chinese government to look at source code
Published in News

Nothing to hide

Biggish Blue is hoping to get the Chinese government onside by showing it its source code.

Huawei developing Windows 10 hybrids
Published in Notebooks

Price war expected

Two-for-One hybrid computers are about the only bright point in an otherwise gloomy PC maker, and now it appears that Huawei wants a piece of that action.

Chinese government might buy SanDisk and Toshiba
Published in Memory

All your NAND flash are belong to us

SanDisk and Toshiba, which jointly develop NAND flash technology, are being targeted for acquisition by China's state-owned Tsinghua Unigroup.

Woman strips for iPhone 6S in shopping centre
Published in Mobiles

Doesn't work

China appears shocked that Apple's marketing is making people completely insane.

Tsinghua buys a big slice of Western Digital
Published in News

US eyebrows likely to be raised

The Chinese Government's Tsinghua Holdings wants to write a cheque for 15 percent stake of the US data storage company Western Digital.

Android used by 1.4 billion people
Published in News

Google mocks Gartner's figures

Search engine outfit Google announced Android was now being used by 1.4 billion people around the world, something which might surprise analysts working for Gartner who believed Android had peaked.

Microsoft has narrow squeak in China
Published in Games

X-Box business gets minor fine

Microsoft and its Chinese partner in an Xbox game console venture have been fined by China's commerce ministry for breaching antitrust rules.

What Tim Cook did not mention  in "record sales" claim
Published in News

Wall Street has already seen through it

Yesterday Apple announced that its sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses in its first three days of launch and claimed it was a record. The Tame Apple Press sent its staff to dance in the streets, but the question was why does Wall Street look even more coldly at Jobs Mob?