Masterful sales person flogs imaginary aircraft to ally
The shy and retiring US President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has been telling the world how he managed to sell Norway F-52 fighter jets.
Our GPUs are immune but we work with infected people
Nvidia is updating the software for its graphics processors in response to the Spectre security threat, but its chief executive insisted that its chips were not subject to the same risks as those from Intel and other companies.
Throttling feature is the gift which will not go away
While it is in hot water with the French authorities for throttling its older phones, Apple is likely to face some tough questioning on its side of the pond as the chairman of a US Senate committee overseeing business issues asked the fruity cargo cult to answer a few questions.
Impact a little worse than claimed
Chipzilla has come out with some performance impact data on its post patch 6th, 7th and 8th Generation Intel Core processor platforms using Windows 10 and its figures are not exactly good for older PCs.
Razoring an eyebrow or two
Razer has lifted the kimono on "Project Linda," a 13.3-inch laptop design powered by the Android-based Razer Phone. The smartphone and laptop hybrid concept harkens a new era for mobile personal computing, blending the familiar Android environment with the ease-of-use of a laptop, so Razer claims.
Something for everyone
Dell is having a busy Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with a ton of new products and improvements on show.
Prototype out already
OmniVision claims to have come up with a reference design for production-ready augmented reality (AR) glasses.
Tears in tabloid land
When it comes to technology reporting, you don’t usually expect the UK’s Sun to be at the forefront, so we were a little surprised when news of Samsung X delays arrived from Rupert Murdoch’s second favourite organ.
Thanks for the memories
Intel and Micron are to pull the plug on their long-running partnership on 3D NAND flash memory by early next year.
Canadian deal brings chapter to an end
A rather nasty chapter in Steve Jobs' biography has finally drawn to a close after publisher HarperCollins has agreed to donate $120,000 in books as part of a settlement with a Canadian law enforcement agency.