So much for that myth
Blackberry’s encryption security is a myth and the Canadian coppers have had access to every encrypted piece of data on its network since 2010.
Wants market share over profits
Samsung Electronics changing its approach to its memory chip business and focus on market share over profit margins and the industry will suffer, according to one analyst.
Xbox One control pad not to blame
Software giant Microsoft has moved to deny a daft internet rumour that it was responsible for the ongoing Oculus Rift supply issues.
One of Kickstarter’s biggest disasters keeps getting worse thanks mostly to the antics of the company behind it.
Kindle Oasis is available for pre-order for $289.99
While the e-paper book reader's thunder has been stolen by the tablet, e-ink is a lot easer to read and now Amazon has given its Kindle a refresh by scrapping its design and starting with something that can be used one handed.
The needs of the many
Nvidia has just released an update to its K1 Shield tablet rolling out support for the fledgling Vulkan API.
First Thunderbolt 3 X99 motherboard blesssed by Intel
Gigabyte has released its X99P-SLI board which it claims is the first Intel Thunderbolt 3 certified X99 motherboard.
Time to take over the world
Chipzilla is putting a lot of effort into helping people build their own robots and drones at home.
Might have chosen the wrong ones
Apple has been trying to draft ancient gods into its cult to develop its self-driving car. Like the car it might backfire badly.
Claims it is “bizarre”
The bloke who claims to be behind the multimillion-selling Grand Theft Auto series is suing the publisher Rockstar for reneging on a 2009 royalties deal.