Technology companies could be shut out
An advisor to the European Court of Justice, Yves Bot has declared that the "safe harbour" agreement for transferring data between the US and EU is "invalid," because of concerns over US spying.
USB Type C connections for everyone
Dell has refreshed its Venue line of tablets and 2-in-1 PCs and bought USB Type C connectivity to the portable PC market.
Reaching $75.4 billion in 2015
Beancounters working for Gartner claim that spending on information security will reach US$75.4 billion in 2015, an increase of 4.7 per cent over last year.
Change the port, force upgrade, profit
Fruity Cargo cult Apple is hatching out a new cunning plan to make piles of dosh by forcing its soon to be shrinking user base to buy new headphones.
It must be true an analyst said it
Analysts have a habit of getting ahead of themselves, but this report is a dandy. HIS claims that 8K will be with us soon thanks to the fact that it will be used for the broadcasting of the Japanese 2020 Olympics.
It is not our fault
The Tame Apple Press after playing down the security mess which was the mass infection of the Apple Store, is now claiming it was not Jobs' Mob's fault.
Asia Pacific growing faster
A new report into the SSD market has concluded that it is getting bigger faster than David Cameron in a butcher's shop.
Microsoft has begun rolling-out of Office 2016, the latest addition to its cloud-based subscription service Office 365.
Movement on the server front over the next two quarters
While the focus has been on Intel's Skylake it appears that Chipzilla has not forgotten its server products.
Microsoft and Apple kick-starting the market
Acer expects the release of two versions of the Surface Tablet, one from Microsoft and the other from Apple, will kick-start the two-in-one market .