Wall Street has already seen through it
Yesterday Apple announced that its sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses in its first three days of launch and claimed it was a record. The Tame Apple Press sent its staff to dance in the streets, but the question was why does Wall Street look even more coldly at Jobs Mob?
Not sure if this ever will be a product
Software giant Microsoft has been showing off its version of Google cardboard which is basically a cheap way of turning your phone into virtual reality device.
LG Electronics USA has released a line of premium lightweight laptops in the Land of the Free to show off Intel and Microsoft's latest products.
Chip PC thin client
The Chip PC was crowdfunded through a Kickstarter campaign that raised more than $2 million, many times the $50,000 goal that the computer's developers wanted.
MSI today announced the addition of new H110 based motherboards to its PRO Series product line.
Making friends and influencing people
Chipmaker Qualcomm is spending a fortune to set up shop in India by making itself the friend of the Indian government.
Life mimics Mr Robot
In the telly show Mr Robot, the hero notes that one of the villains knows nothing about technology because he uses a Blackberry while anyone sensible uses Android.
Playing monopoly with Android
The Federal Trade Commission has started investigating complaints that Google unfairly uses its Android mobile operating system to bolster popular products like Google Search and Google Maps.
Possibly with help from Apple
Hon Hai considering buying a majority stake in Sharp's loss-making LCD business for $1.7 billion,
Don't have a state hacking system? Buy one
There was a sharp intake of breath over the weekend when it was revealed that the Saudi Arabian government came close to buying control of the notorious Italian surveillance software company Hacking Team for $42 million – apparently with the assistance of the US.