Phone tracking app lead to violent death
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 14:03

Phone tracking app lead to violent death


The can lead you into trouble

A Canadian bloke was gunned down after he tracked his phone to where a thief had taken it using something like a "Find my Phone" app.

Huawei working with Google on new phone
Published in News
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 13:37

Huawei working with Google on new phone


Strange bedfellows

Huawei has confirmed that it is working with Google to build a new Nexus smartphone.

Raspberry gets its own box
Published in News
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 12:33

Raspberry gets its own box


Thinking pink

After three years being a naked circuit board the Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched an official case.

Apple puts iWatch in stores
Published in Wearables
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 12:23

Apple puts iWatch in stores


Maybe some idiot will buy them

Apple mysteriously has enough iWatches on hand to start putting them in its own stores.

Apple is convicted of playing monopoly
Published in News
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 11:39

Apple is convicted of playing monopoly


Go directly to jail do not collect $200

Fruity cargo cult Apple has found that its anti-competitive practices of forcing telcos to do what they are told do not go down well in Taiwan.

French invest in IoT grid
Published in Wearables
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 11:12

French invest in IoT grid


Le coq gaulois spends $25 million

A French a supplier of software used to manage Internet of Things sensor networks has collected $25 million in new funding from top European telecom operators and Foxconn.

One Web, Virgin and Qualcomm to build 900 internet satellites
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Airbus wins the contract

Airbus is to design and build about 900 satellites for the privately owned OneWeb which plans to offer high-speed, space-based Internet access to billions of people worldwide.

New York Times damns iWatch
Published in Wearables
Monday, 15 June 2015 16:36

New York Times damns iWatch


Writing is on the wall after Apple loses key Ally

In a sign that the end is near for the iWatch, the New York Times has admitted that it is rubbish.

Facebook puritans curse Oculus's killer app
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No sex please we are Americans

While the adult entertainment industry has been the killer app for a number of technology breakthroughs, Mark Zuckerberg wants none of it for his Oculus Rift.

IBM blows on Spark
Published in News
Monday, 15 June 2015 14:02

IBM blows on Spark


Apache's open-source cluster backed by the suits

IBM is backing Apache's open-source cluster computing framework Spark and said that it will form the basis of all IBM's analytics and commerce platforms. It will be sold as a service on its Bluemix cloud.