How I executed the networking white box market
Published in News


by Cisco's John Chambers 

Cisco's soon to retire CEO John Chambers has been taking stock in his years at the helm of the networking giant, and is claiming a killing off the white box market under his rule.

China's smartphone market slumps
Published in News


So much for Apple growing there

While the Tame Apple Press made much out of Apple's lack lustre results by talking up its smartphone prowess in China, it appears that things are not well behind the Bamboo curtain.

Asian panel makers improve
Published in News


Production costs drop

Asian Panel makers have strengthened their financial performances in as overall production costs have dropped.

Korean  Steve Jobs invents online shopping
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Kim Jong Un is ahead of the West in all ways

The Steve Jobs of Asia, North Korea's Kim Jong Un who already invented a wall garden to keep his citizens in and a reality distortion field, has now invented online shopping.

Swedish take on Apple in EU
Published in Mobiles


Ericsson's Patent war escalates

Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson has send a tough massage to Apple as it extended its patent war against Jobs' Mob from the US to Europe.

Russia banking on home grown chips
Published in Processors


Putin on the Bits

A Russian firm announced its intention to build its own homegrown CPUs as part of a cunning plan to keep the Americans from spying on the glorious Empire of Tsar Putin and oil oligarchs.

Huawei launches P8
Published in Mobiles


Magical splash proof coating

Huawei finally launched its P8 and the P8 Max, a phablet version of the device.

AMD talks about new A-series desktop pricing
Published in Processors


It is only a suggestion

Buried in the announcements of AMD's Financial Analyst Day were the new processor pricing that was announced for the AMD A-series desktop processors.

On the ball  car hire firms want to rent tablets
Published in Mobiles


Someone has a use for them

Car hire outfit Avis and Budget Car Rental thinks that there are people who want to hire keyboardless netbooks.

 

Next Thing aims for $9 computer
Published in Motherboards


Cheap as Chip

A US outfit called Next Thing is offering a $9 development board for its Chip project which is currently seeking crowd funding..