Tech industry innovation is bullshit
Published in News


Torvalds wades into management speak

Open sauce's Mr Sweary Linus Torvalds has waded into tech companies who keep banging on about innovation.

Valve will not lose sleep if VR fails
Published in Wearables


But it is still doing ok

VR headset developer Valve has said that it does not really matter if its VR tech turns out to be a complete failure.

US tech jobs axed last year
Published in News


96,017 jobs cut in 2016

Layoffs at computer, electronics, and telecommunications companies rose by 21 percent last year.

Google abandoning fibre projects
Published in News


Wireless will get things moving 

Google has decided that fibre is rather old hat and is walking away from wires in favour of wireless tech.

Samsung boss jailed
Published in News
17 February 2017

Samsung boss jailed


High level corruption claims


Samsung’s Supreme Dalek Jay Lee was arrested on Friday over his alleged role in a corruption scandal.

GPU cycles getting back to normal
Published in Graphics


Nvidia and AMD doing rather well 

Beancounters at Jon Peddie Research has been pondering the use of GPUS in PCs and say things are starting to get back to normal after the PC market plummeted over recent years.

Internet trolls cannot be cured
Published in News


Researchers find not feeding them does not kill them


A team of brave boffins have been investigating internet trolls and reached the conclusion that there is no cure.

Google’s AI deletes Apple
Published in News


Left alone AI becomes violent when losing 


If you want to feel paranoid about AI, then Google’s deep mind is proof positive of what will happen when the robots take control.

Blackberry sues Nokia
Published in Mobiles
16 February 2017

Blackberry sues Nokia


Battle between the industry ghosts 

A patent war is being fought between two of the industry smartphone leaders of yesteryear – Nokia and Blackberry.

Apple and Samsung war about to get a new rival
Published in Mobiles


Huawei carving its own space

While the western press has attempted to make the smartphone market into a battle between the leaders Apple and Samsung, it is starting to look like both are losing ground to Huawei.