Quanta reports rise in notebook sales
Published in Notebooks


Surprises

The PC maker Quanta Computer's has reported a surprise hike in the sales of notebooks.

Samsung Galaxy A7 in the US shops
Published in Mobiles

Spotted in the Amazon

The Samsung Galaxy A7, which was launched early this year, is now in US shops.

Samsung claims it is King of the LTE patents
Published in News


Your invoice is in the mail

Samsung Electronics has told the world that owns the largest number of patent rights essential for long-term evolution (LTE) technology in the world.

Twitter thinks you want video on your iWatch
Published in News


For those who have the Superman's eyes  

After Apple released its iWatch the industry has been trying to think of things it can be used for and Twitter has apparently come up with the daftest.

Facebook works out way to annoy mobile users
Published in Mobiles


Hits you with adverts as you are on the move

Facebook is rolling out a system called Place Tips which will allow businesses to push updates to a person's smartphone when they are near.

Qualcomm gets Chinese shake-up
Published in News


Sends in the experience

US chipmaker Qualcomm has appointed Frank Meng as its Chinese chairman in a shake-up of its operations behind the bamboo curtain.

Huawei scores own goal
Published in News


Chinese PR makes it look evil again

Huawei has done a great job of convincing many that it is the underdog in the great spying row with the US and that it is really not a secretive outfit which is secretly spying on Western powers.

Blackberry Oslo leaked
Published in Mobiles


It ain't dead yet

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Blackberry is not quite ready to die yet, if the new leak of its coming Oslo update of Passport is anything to go by.

Analysts predict an AMD Xilinx merger
Published in News


Fighting off Intel in tandem

Now that Intel and Altera have tied the knot, speculation is rife that AMD is going to merge with Xilinx.

Cars are going to shut down if you are drunk
Published in News


I can't let you drive Dave

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is working on two new technologies that will prevent your car from starting if your blood-alcohol level is above the legal limit.