Apple stuffs up iPod release
Published in Wearables


It does not work with Apple Music

Apple appears to have forgotten all about its new iPod and forgotten to make it play nice with Apple music.

Huawei makes a bomb
Published in Mobiles


Who needs USA?

While everyone is moaning about the downturn of the smartphone industry, Huawei is seeing a 30 percent increase in revenue. 

UK spying law is illegal
Published in News


Courts say it needs a re-think

The British High Court has ruled that Emergency surveillance legislation introduced by the coalition government last year is illegal.

A9 chip production starts
Published in News


Delayed by Apple


Samsung and TSMC have started production of the chip which is supposed to be under the bonnet of the iPhone 6s.

Microsoft kills off the DVD
Published in News


USB drives for everyone

Microsoft has decided that there is no point putting Windows 10 on a DVD and insisting that people install from a Flash drive.

Swedish coms maker sees bottom line massaged
Published in News


Bork, Bork, Bork

While other smartphone manufactures are moaning about tough economic times, Swedish teleco maker Ericson is making flat pack furniture out of its rivals.

Spam rates fall below 50 per cent
Published in News


Spam, spam, spam

The amount of spam clogging up the internet is officially the lowest it has been for ten years.

Sharp’s finances out of focus
Published in News


I see red, I see red, I see red

The Japanese Nikkei is prediction that the telly maker Sharp is about to swing into an operating loss during the April to June quarter.

FBI shuts down Romanian Pirate sites
Published in News


Your US tax dollars at work

The US government continues to use tax-payer money to defend Big Content’s failing business model by using FBI enforcers to shut down three Romanian websites.

AMD misses on second quarter revenues
Published in Processors


Hopes for a pick up in the next quarter

Fabless chipmaker AMD has come up with a mixed set of results for the second quarter. The company managed to make as much cash as the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street expected, but missed revenue expectations.