Replace it every year
Samsung is rolling out a rental phone service which will replace a phone that is been used for a year with the latest model.
Make up for poor image censors and mobile phone sales
Sonyis seeing a turnaround which is based on its games business – something you would not have expected a year or two ago.
A cloudy future is now a good thing
Software King of the World Microsoft beat the predictions of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue and profit which was bolstered by cost cutting and growing demand for its cloud products and services.
While Orange Pi might sound like an embarrassing medical symptom, it is peaking the interest of those in the dirt cheap single-board computer market
Apple’s “shock” announcement that its business is not growing anymore is having a major effect on all the companies it propped up and their rivals.
IDC says they fell by another 18.2 per cent
Just when you thought PC shipments could not get any lower, IDC thinks they have fallen another 18 per cent.
Technology analyst Ashraf Eassa is getting a little worried about Intel’s $16.7 billion Altera deal which he thinks could end up being a huge flop.
The little red chequebook opens
The Chinese government appears to be opening its little red chequebook and buying up chipmakers from what it calls its renegade province.
Mobile chip maker Qualcomm is talking about weaker profits as smartphone sales dry up.
Copies Apple again
It seems that Apple is not the only one which is being hard hit by a fall in interest in smartphones. its rival Samsung is reporting the same sort of problems, only it has the advantage of other products it can fall back on and a big R&D budget for future products.