Analyst realises that Apple watch is a lemon
Published in News


Sales forcasts slashed

Analysts have finally started to wake up to the fact that Apple is probably attempting to flog a lemon with its iWatch.

Google, Twitter and Facebook must surrender to Tsar Putin
Published in News


Must grass up his enemies

Russia's media watchdog has ordered Google, Twitter and Facebook to grass up the names and addresses of those who do not like President Vladamir Putin or be shut down.

Restructuring HP suffers pains in bottom line
Published in News


Still better than expected

The maker of expensive printer ink, predicted that it would cost a fair bit to cut itself up even as it reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit.

ARM CEO says competition driving chip releases
Published in News


Smartphones upgrading fast

ARM’s CEO Simon Segars said that technology in the mobile market is growing fast and smartphone makers are having to come up with new stuff every year.

US Navy to sink IBM after Lenovo deal
Published in News
Thursday, 21 May 2015 18:06

US Navy to sink IBM after Lenovo deal


Because the US never spies on China

The US Navy is the latest to suffer from US paranoia about Chinese spying.

Analysts claim AMD will be bankrupt by 2020
Published in Processors


Intel is winning

A team of analysts have been looking at numbers and consulted their tarot cards and concluded that AMD will be bankrupt by 2020.

Intel releases Skylake schedule
Published in Processors
Thursday, 21 May 2015 11:44

Intel releases Skylake schedule


Nearly there

Chipzilla has finalised its launch schedules for Skylake according to a Chinese website.

Intel wants data containers alone again
Published in Network
Thursday, 21 May 2015 11:26

Intel wants data containers alone again


Naturally

Chipzilla is coming with a new method for container security to let CPUs share their resources among virtual machines while also walling off VMs from one another.

Daft Aussies want to ban teaching encryption
Published in News


Throw another dumb law on the barbie

Australia want to ban the teaching of encryption so that it can save the nation from all the spying that is going on.

Huawei sees future for LiteOS
Published in Wearables
Thursday, 21 May 2015 10:45

Huawei sees future for LiteOS


The OS which would be king

Chinese firm Huawei predicted that within 10 years there will be 100 billion connected devices and its ultra-lightweight operating system to be at the heart of the infrastructure.