Intel's new  chips to support 128GB of DDR4
Published in PC Hardware

Core 9th Gen Processors will remember everything 

Intel has confirmed that there will be an adjustment to the memory support of the 9th generation of desktop processors.

Apple never fixed those borked keyboards
Published in PC Hardware

Or rather it did... denied it did... and its solution didn't work

Fruity cargo-cult Apple is has not been able to do anything to fix the borked keyboards on their high-end PCs – despite a few class actions.

Most Americans can’t tell a bot from a human
Published in AI

I can’t believe it is not mutter

A new study from Pew Research Centre found that most Americans can't tell social media bots from real humans.

Printer makers brick rival cartridges
Published in PC Hardware

Using security updates

Printer maker Epson is in hot water from activist groups after a software update prevented customers from using cheaper, third-party ink cartridges.

Paul Allen dead
Published in News
16 October 2018

Paul Allen dead

Tributes flow in

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen died from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma on Monday afternoon – he was 65.

Rockstar brags about over working developers
Published in Gaming

Sweatshops are a selling point apparently

The world has become a somewhat darker place when a games company co-founder thinks it is ok to brag about over working his developers. .

ARM and Intel bury hatchet on IoT
Published in IoT

Will team up

Chipzilla and ARM have agreed to work together to manage networks of connected devices from both outfits.

Microsoft told to stay away from Jedi
Published in Cloud

Staff worry about doing evil if they help the Republic

Software Empire Microsoft is at odds with its staff over a move to sign up for the DoD’s defence contract (Jedi).

Microsoft blurs line between phone and tablet
Published in PC Hardware

New patent shows Apple’s next new super cool innovation

The inventor of the modern tablet, Microsoft, is working on a a new hybrid dual-screen Microsoft Surface device that blurs the lines between phone and tablet.

There is not enough humanity in IT
Published in News

Head of the Mozilla Foundation warns about a need for philosophiers and psychologists  

The biggest cheese in the Mozzarella Foundation - Mitchell Baker - is warning that IT companies need to diversify their hiring practices to include more people from backgrounds in philosophy and psychology if they want to tackle the problem of misinformation online.