Galaxy S9 and S9+ shown off at CES
Published in Mobiles


A little early

Samsung is planning to show off its next-generation Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones at January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Peter Thiel might buy Gawker
Published in News


The outfit he shut down

Controversial billionaire, and ally of Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump, Peter Thiel might be interested in buying Gawker.com — the news site he forced into bankruptcy by bankrolling a legal case against the outfit.

Kim Dotcom mulls creating his own internet again
Published in News


If he does not get jailed first

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has weighed in on the controversy surrounding the US government's decision to overturn net neutrality and started pushing the suggestion of creating a new internet.

Moore's Law can last two more generations
Published in Processors


MediaTek chair sees bottlenecks ahead

Moore's Law may continue for two more generations as manufacturers hit problems advancing to 3nm node from the existing 7nm and future 5nm nodes, according to MediaTek’s boss.

Intel admits bug infestation in Management Engine
Published in News


11 severe bugs were hidden

One of the issues about the Chipzilla's Mangement Engine was it was closed off, and no one could find out much about it.

Apple’s HomePod is at least two years behind Amazon
Published in News


They are a bit scared to release it

The reason for the delay for Apple’s HomePod smart speaker until next year might because Jobs’ Mob has realised that it has a lemon on its hands.

Kremlin takes on Google
Published in News
22 November 2017

Kremlin takes on Google


Publish our fake news or face the consequences

A spat has broken out between the search engine Google and the Russian government over Tsar Putin’s right to flood Google News with fake news.

Uber hid a hack
Published in News
22 November 2017

Uber hid a hack


Paid off the hackers

Controversial taxi outfit Uber sat on news that it had been hacked and 57 million customers and drivers had their details released.

Meg Whitman quits HPE
Published in News
22 November 2017

Meg Whitman quits HPE


Oh yes, she’s the great divider

HPE supreme Dalek Meg Whitman has announced that her six year reign is over and she will be stepping down as chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

US States must not create net neutrality laws
Published in News


FCC warns against filling the vacuum

Now that the Federal Communications Commission has ditched net neutrality rules, it has warned US states not to fill the vacuum and create laws of their own.