iMac shows Apple has lost its design mojo
Published in News


Yeah it is thin so what?

Apple has released a new design of its all-in-one iMac and while the Tame Apple Press has creamed itself on cue about things like thinness and colours it does not look like anyone really thought about what they were writing.

Magic Leap AR ready for later this year
Published in IoT


Spectacular 

Magic Leap's next augmented reality headset is on track to be unveiled later this year.

Songwriters short changed by music streaming
Published in News


Record labels still make a killing


According to a new report by industry analysts Mark Mulligan and Keith Jopling of Midia Research, songwriters are getting drastically short changed in the music streaming economy.

Edge gets performance mod
Published in News


Optimising battery, CPU, chord change and RAM.

Microsoft’s Edge is about to get a "performance mode" which will improve how the browser uses the resources.

Google translation tools are creating a legal mess
Published in AI


We did warn you

Translation tools from Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop.

Discord gives up on Microsoft
Published in News


Vole will do a deal with one of the four horses of the Apocalypse instead

Messaging platform Discord has ironically ended deal talks with Microsoft after failing to reach an agreement.

Ericsson doing well on the back of 5G
Published in Network


Would have been better if it had not been for that pesky Samsung

 Sweden's Ericsson reported first-quarter core earnings above market estimates as strong 5G equipment sales offset a loss of royalty income due to a patent fight with Samsung Electronics.

MediaTek could beat Samsung to 4nm
Published in News


Q4 2021 or Q1 2022 for tiniest chips

MediaTek’s highest-end chip is still based on the 6nm process but it thinks it could beat other firms with its first 4nm chip.

IBM grows thanks to cloud
Published in Cloud


Beats Wall Street

IBM recorded the highest quarterly sales growth in more than two years and beat Wall Street targets on Monday, thanks to its cloud operations.

Police investigate Tesla over driverless crash
Published in Transportation


Tesla says its car was not driving at the time

Texas police will serve search warrants on Tesla to secure data from a fatal vehicle crash after CEO Elon Musk said company checks showed the car’s Autopilot driver assistance system was not engaged.