Next iWatch will need an iPhone
Published in Wearables


Inovation, Apple has heard of it

When it was first released, the iWatch was slammed for needing an iPhone to work. After all, there is no point having an iWatch if you have to carry your phone around too.  Now, two years later, the crack inovators at Apple still have not managed to fix the problem.

Galaxy Note 7 is pants to repair
Published in Mobiles


iFixit teardown spills the glue

Samsung's newest flagship fablet will be a bugger to repair and will need to be sent back to the manufacturer most of the time if anything goes wrong.

Microsoft’s Powershell goes open source
Published in News


Coming to a Mac and Linux machine near you

Software King of the World, Microsoft, has announced that its Powershell automation and scripting system is going open source.

Now your power point is a security risk
Published in News


21st century worries

It if we did not have enough to worry about, it seems that, thanks to the internet of things, we have to be concerned about the security of our powerpoints.

iPhone users are revolting
Published in Mobiles


90 percent will not buy the iPhone 7

Fruity cargo cult Apple might be in serious trouble as most Apple fanboys say they will not upgrade to the iPhone 7.

Applied Materals surprises Wall Street
Published in Processors


Chip making could be picking up

There are signs that chip making might be starting to pick up after one of the largest supplier of tools used to make semiconductors turned in a bigger than expected profit.

AMD launches TrueAudio Next
Published in News


Under the bonnet of LiquidVR SDK

AMD has put TrueAudio Next onto Github as part of its LiquidVR SDK.

Apple might turn to Intel for foundry work
Published in Processors


Keeping TSMC clean

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Intel is going to start making some of the fruity cargo cult Apple’s chipsets.

Lenovo sees profits jump
Published in News


But mobile phones not what they are cracked up to be

China's Lenovo saw its first quarter profit jump nearly two thirds but its mobile arm lost money again as a $3 billion bet on buying Motorola to diversify has yet to pay off.

Nokia cuts price of OZO VR camera
Published in Wearables


Finn end of the wedge of VR price cuts

Nokia has cut the price of its OZO virtual reality camera by 25 percent in what is expected to be the start of a reduction of price of VR gear.