Dinosaurs yes, broke no
A new survey pours cold water on the myth that people use feature phones because they can't afford a smartphone.
New upgrades make unaffected iPhone 6s sick
Apple seems to be serious in its cunning plan to get users to update to the iPhone 7, by issuing an update which was supposed to fix a problem with the iPhone 6s battery but actually spread the problem instead.
Gartner dusts off its Crystal balls
The divination unit of Gartner group has been dusting off its crystal balls for its solstice predictions and decided that by 2019, a fifth of all user interactions with the smartphone will take place via virtual personal assistants (VPAs).
Worth $91 billion this year
Games generated $91 billion worldwide in 2016, according to a report from beancounters at SuperData Research who have been adding up some numbers on Christmas Party napkins.
10 percent of Note 7s are still outclassing rivals
After two months of an official global recall more one in ten of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 are still in use but they are still beating the competition
Analysts finally start speaking like Fudzilla
It has taken a while, but we are finally getting analysts to describe situations in the way we do. Trip Chowdhry, the managing director of equity research at Global Equities Research shocked the market when he described Twitter as being "toast".
Being part of the Empire is no fun
An ex-Google product manager has sued Google over its confidentiality policies on the grounds they violate California labour laws and involve spying on staff.
The iPhone idea was ours
It has been many years coming, but now it has debugged itself from Microsoft, the former rubber boot maker Nokia is coming at Apple swinging.
GPU and CPU loyalty no longer guaranteed
PCPartPicker has been looking at the trends for users and they are noticing that AMD CPU buyers are not always buying AMD GPUs.