Good teachers can earn more doing something different
A survey of UK schools carried out by Microsoft and Computing at School is showing the problems of getting teachers up to speed.
Killed two workers
South Korea's labour ministry has ordered LG to halt operations of an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panel production line following a nitrogen gas leak.
Or its spokesperson just sneezed
Samsung has launched the first smartphone powered by the operating system which sounds like a sneeze – Tizen.
Tablets were just a fad
Beancounters working for Gartner have decide that PC sales are continuing to grow with Lenovo being the top seller last year.
Rumours from China suggest that the chip designer Mediatek is apparently on the verge of launching 10- and 12-core system on chips.
4G king of Blighty
EE strengthened its position as the leading 4G network in the UK in 2014 after gaining 5.7 million customers over the year.
4G doing rather well
Huawei is set to record a 17 percent increase in operating profit as worldwide adoption of fourth-generation (4G) mobile technology sharply increased.
Not the greatest hack all time
The Twitter and YouTube accounts for the US military command that oversee operations in the Middle East were hacked by a hacker group sympathetic to ISIS.
The Canadian government has warned Big Content that they are not allowed to go around threatening people it thinks are pirates – like they do in other countries.