US government ignoring public will on net neutrality
Published in News


Trump backing the wrong horse


While the US government under its supreme Orangeman Donald Trump is dismantling Net Neutrality so that big telcos can take more money from their enslaved customers, they appear to have lost public support.

Apple to force users into two-factor authentication
Published in News


Unless users stick two fingers up at them


Big tech companies have a clever plan which involves forcing users to hand over their mobile numbers in the name of something called two factor security.

Microsoft hits back against Russian Kaspersky
Published in News


We are perfectly legal


Software King of the World Microsoft has hit back at the anti-virus outfit Kaspersky’s complaint to the EU.

FinFET market set to grow
Published in Processors


Research and Markets


The global FinFET-technology market will grow by 41.89 percent during 2017-2021, according to a new report.

G.Skill DDR4 breaks world record at 5,500MHz
Published in Memory


On MSI X299 motherboard and Intel Core i7-7740X CPU

G.Skill has been recently pushing the memory envelope hard, and with the latest DDR4 memory it has moved the frequency mark to a whole new level but today it told us that its DDR4 memory managed to break a record at 5,500MHz.

Japan Display plans deeper restructuring
Published in Graphics


Bitten by Apple

Japan Display is considering a deeper restructuring than it first announced, after it lost its business with Apple.

Trump not allowed to block Twitter users
Published in News


Slamming the president is protected “free speech”


The US’s first orange president Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump has been told that he can’t block people who disagree with him on Twitter.

Kaspersky sues Microsoft over Windows 10
Published in News


Microsoft has been playing monopoly again

Russian security software maker Kaspersky Lab has filed antitrust complaints against Microsoft with the European Commission and the German federal cartel office.

AMD shares surge on back of cryptocurrency
Published in Graphics


Motherboard makers offer support

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices surged nearly nine percent, boosted by strong demand for its chips from cryptocurrency miners.

Apple "lied" to customers about legal rights
Published in News

Because it is such a cool, user-friendly company

Australia's consumer watchdog has carried out an investigation into the fruity, tax-dodging cult Apple and found that its staff lie to customers about their legal rights.