Big sales drive
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has popped to the bank and scored a billion dollar loan to accelerate its drive into brick-and-mortar stores and help a push overseas.
Becomes the world’s richest man
Sir William Gates the III is no longer the world’s richest man, having spent too much helping to save humanity.
Ryzen 3 on sale today
AMD is launching a new series of Ryzen processors today, the affordably priced Ryzen 3.
But the money is in the datacentre
Intel reported profits nine per cent higher than last year, but most of its money came from a rush on its products ear marked for the datacentre rather than its PC bread and butter.
Only the Touch is left
Apple has now officially killed off all its iPods, other than the Touch which was more of an iPhone without the ability to call someone.
Scottish Semiconductor manufacturing equipment supplier wants different markets
Scottish Semiconductor manufacturing equipment supplier has decided that life might be better in the general engineering world.
Let's Face The Music And Dance
Finnish network equipment maker Nokia did better in its quarterly profits than many expected, thanks mostly to a deal it signed with the fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple.
Mobile losses climb
LG Electronics - formerly known as Lucky Goldstar -said continued losses in its mobile unit limited growth in second-quarter profit to 13.6 percent, as the firm prepares to release a handset in the third quarter which will sort out the mess.
Booms are better than fire
Samsung Electronics memory chip boom that propelled it to record profit in the second quarter is likely to continue in the third, just as revenue is widely expected to benefit from sales of OLED screens to the fruity cargo-cult Apple.