BLU R1 HD phones are still selling your details
Published in Mobiles


Beware the good deal


Cheap phones might be coming at the price of your privacy, security analysts from Kryptowire have discovered.

Qualcomm makes Mobile Chip Deep learning framework available
Published in Processors


Snapdragon Neural Processing is public 

Mobile chip maker Qualcomm wants to enable deep learning-based software development on all kinds of devices, and has created the Neural Processing Engine (NPE) for its Snapdragon-series mobile processors.

Former Wii maker flushed with success
Published in Games


Bog standard profits at last


The former maker of the Wii, Nintendo, said it swung to a profit in the first quarter, beating analyst estimates thanks to strong demand for the Switch.

Apple nicked WARF’s ideas
Published in Mobiles


Jobs' Mob found guilty of being without honour

The fruity cargo-cult Apple, which insists that it invented the rounded rectangle, has been found guilty of stealing a US university’s technology.

Arduino 101 meets its maker
Published in Motherboards

 

Can Intel break out of its traditional stomping grounds?

Intel has now out of the maker market after killing off its last remaining Arduino 101 board.

Flash player given three years to live
Published in News


As if anyone will care by then

Adobe has announced it will stop distributing and updating Flash Player at the end of 2020 and is encouraging web developers to migrate any existing Flash content to open standards.

Beware of working during the holidays
Published in News


Firms at risk from work-addicted employees


T-Systems, the corporate IT and cyber-security arm of Deutsche Telekom, is warning organisations of the security risks associated with allowing employees to work while on their summer holiday.

Cook has promised Trump that he will build three big US plants
Published in News


If you believe Trump


Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised him that Apple will build three big new plants in the US.

Toyota will release solid state battery
Published in News


Ready for electric cars

Toyota is in production engineering for a solid state battery, which uses a solid electrolyte instead of the conventional semi-liquid version used in today's lithium-ion batteries.

Qualcomm fires back at Computer & Communications Industry Association
Published in News


Misdirecting regulators

Qualcomm slammed a trade body which commented on its licencing dispute with Apple, saying that the Computer & Communications Industry Association was waging a "coordinated effort aimed at misdirecting" trade regulators.