Tech Companies starting to give up on degrees
Published in News


Too old fashioned


It appears the technology industry is starting to give up on the concept of hiring developers with university degrees.

Microsoft spills the beans on Scorpio
Published in Games


Where's the mango?

Software king of the world Microsoft unveiled last year that it will be launching a super-specced Xbox One variant -- codenamed Project Scorpio and now Vole has split the beans on what they will look like.

Twitter sues Trump goverment
Published in News


Twit on Twit action

Twitter has launched a lawsuit against the Trump administration, after the Department of Homeland Security tried to use its powers to find out who was daring to post negative things about Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump.

Apple’s desktop announcement loses more users
Published in News


Even the Tame Apple Press is wading in

The fruity cargo-cult Apple really has dropped the ball on its PC hardware line with even its loyal Apple Press saying the outfit is in trouble.

TSMC’s 12-inch plant on schedule
Published in News


Doing the deals to cut the ribbon


TSMC is close to striking deals with a number of equipment, materials and components companies that will support production at its new 12-inch plant in Nanjing, China.

Toshiba America releases next MG Series HDD
Published in News


8TB for business critical servers and shared storage systems

Toshiba America Electronic Components has announced volume availability of its next MG Series HDD – the MG05ACA800 – providing 8TB for business critical servers and shared storage systems.

Canonical throws in the towel on Unity
Published in News

Gnome alone

Today is a big day for hand wringing and woe in the Linux world as Canonical admits that its Unity project was a waste of space and it gives up on its convergence plans for devices like phones and tablets.

Google’s AI chips takes normal chips to the cleaners
Published in Processors


At least for voice recognition


Google’s attempts to solve its voice recognition problems might have resulted in an AI chip which cleans the clocks of the big chip makers.

Xiaomi is not following Apple’s business model any more
Published in Mobiles


We want to be more like Costco


After years of analysts claiming that Xiaomi is the Chinese Apple, the outfit has come out and said that its business model is not a direct copy of Jobs’ Mob after all.

Apple sued for bricking phones
Published in Mobiles


Fruity cargo cult revenged itself on DIY repairs

Fruity, Tax-Dodging cargo cult Apple has been charged with bricking the phones of users who dared to have their repairs done by those who did not wear blue shirts and had been blessed as Genii by the ghost of Steve Jobs.