Apple’s M1 MacBooks have cracked screen feature
Published in Graphics

Class action law suit launched this week.

The law firm Bursor and Fisher filed a class action lawsuit against Apple this week over unusually common screen cracks on M1 MacBooks.

Oregan and Utah work out how to make electric vehicles a bad idea
Published in Transportation

Increased road user fees and tracking your movements

US states Oregon and Utah are working on ways to screw income lost from petrol taxes from electric car users and the results do not look good.

Sir Clive Sinclair is dead
Published in PC Hardware

Home computing pioneer ends era

Home computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair who created the  ZX Spectrum and the less commercially successful C5 died after a long illness. He was 81.

Wikimedia admits some of its “editors” were persecuting others
Published in News

Bans six and cancel sysop privileges for another dozen

The Wikimedia Foundation appears to have woken up to the fact that a number of its editors are out of control bullies.

AMD ready to make ARM chips
Published in PC Hardware

But only if it has to

AMD's CFO Devinder Kumar has commented that AMD stands ready to manufacture ARM chips if needed.

Apple faces another charge of employee hassling
Published in News

Jobs’ Mob’s war on women and transparency

The fruity cargo cult appears to have dumped its “right on” image in favour of something a little more misogynistic.  

Battlefield 2042 gets pushed to November
Published in Gaming

The Open Beta phase might be delayed to October as well

DICE has officially confirmed that Battlefield 2042 will not be coming in October, and is now set for release in November.

Time names Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang “most influential” human
Published in News

Alongside Musk and Cook

Time magazine has named Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang as one of the world “most influential” humans.

Samsung starts flogging OLED displays
Published in News

We got the customers now

Samsung says it has the customers ready and now is mass-producing laptop OLED panels.

Microsoft kicks out passwords
Published in News

You just need your mobile to open your PC

Software King of the World Microsoft won’t require you, or your password manager, to come up with strings of letters, numbers, and special characters to access the Windows giant’s services.