But it may not last
Qualcomm looks certain to supply Apple with the modem chips for the upcoming iPhone, but the relatonship's future is not set in stone.
Turns to goo when things get hot
We are not sure what Google’s marketing people were smoking when they came up with the name Marshmallow for the next version of Android.
Stops trolling for moment
The former chipmaker, turned patent troll, Rambus has shocked the IT industry by actually making a chip.
And on a Sunday too
Xiaomi announced its latest smartphone Redmi Note 2 on August 13 and the phone went on sale in China on August 16and all 800,000 sold out.
Better than you think
When Samsung revealed that the new-gen Galaxy Note5 would have only a 3000mAh battery, many of us wondered what it had been smoking.
IBM has announced a new Linux-only mainframe aimed at both ends of the enterprise market.
Writing is on the wall
If you want proof that the tablets are going the way of the hoola hoop and other fads, have a look at what China's tablet makers are doing.
Forbidden to fix it
An Italian teenager has found two zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple's OS X operating system that could be used to gain remote access to a computer.
Intel knocks in an own goal
While Chipzilla was banking on its Skylake chip to sort out its bottom line, it appears that it forgot to make nearly enough.