Wikileaks getting out of control
Published in News


Assange harms ordinary people to keep the spotlight on him

As he fights to catch the attention of the world spotlight, Julian Assange is getting more careless with the lives of “ordinary people” who he claims to be protecting.

Microsoft getting closer to Lenovo
Published in Notebooks


Being seen together in public and talking about marriage

Software King of the World Microsoft has apparently been seen in public with the PC supremo Lenovo and insiders have been told that they want something more serious.

Lenovo returns to Taiwan
Published in Notebooks


China getting expensive

Chinese PC maker Lenovo appears to think that its home turf is getting too expensive.

IOActive names and shames the “world’s most insecure” router
Published in News


Tiger Will Power is a security train wreck

IOActive has named and shamed what could be the world’s worst router and if what it claims is true, then it might be a collector’s item simply because it is so bad.

Intel concentrates on 5G's backend
Published in Mobiles


Never mind the front, lets look at the back

Fresh after scoring a reasonably sized contract for the iPhone, Intel is getting more excited about its mobile business and is talking about its 5G plans.

Kaby Lake motherboards to arrive in Autumn
Published in Motherboards


Colorful plans them for October

Kaby Lake products are expected to start arriving in October.

Samsung starts refurbished phone programme
Published in Mobiles


Copying Apple again

The Tame Apple Press is furious that Samsung appears to be copying its favour company's idea to flog second hand phones.

Intel develops Euclid Robot module
Published in News


Tinman runs on a quad core Atom

Chipzilla showed off its “Euclid” robotics compute module at the Intel Developer Conference in San Francisco a little while ago.

Xiaomi is in no hurry to go to the US
Published in Mobiles


Dragging its feet

While there is some interest in Xiaomi’s smartphones in the US, the company  continues to drag its feet in a Western expansion.

Barbara Streisand suffers from Apple effect
Published in News


Siri is still rubbish

While it is being touted as a cure for cancer by the Tame Apple Press, Barbara Streisand is unimpressed with its AI browser Siri.