Global foldable display market growing
Published in Mobiles

Next five years will see healthy growth

The latest study on the industrial growth of the Global Foldable Display Market predicts that the market size, revenue, production, CAGR, Consumption, gross margin, price, and other factors show a great deal of growth in the tech.

UK Labour Party plans to nationalise broadband
Published in News

Free internet for all

Britain’s opposition Labour Party plans to nationalise BT’s broadband network to provide free internet for all, a radical election pledge to roll back 35 years of private ownership that caught both the company and its shareholders by surprise.

Apple terrified of new German law
Published in News

Open up Apple Pay

Moves in Germany to force Jobs' Mob to open up its Apple Pay mobile payments system to rivals have put the fear of God into the fruity cargo cult.

Amazon appeals Microsoft's Jedi contract
Published in News

Declares war on the Pentagon

Amazon is going into battle with the Pentagon over the Jedi Cloud military tech contract awarded to Microsoft.

Katai has high resolution 360° video camera
Published in IoT


Katai announced the availability of its next-generation, high resolution 360° video camera named BlueJay.

Groq releases new Tensor Streaming Processor
Published in PC Hardware

A PetaOp/s performance on a single chip

Tensor Streaming Processor (TSP) inventor Groq announced that its new Tensor Streaming Processor (TSP) architecture is capable of 1 PetaOp/s performance on a single chip.

Mozilla, Intel, Red Hat and Fastly team up on software
Published in News

WebAssembly cheerleaders

Mozilla, Intel, Red Hat and Fastly today announced the launch of the Bytecode Alliance, a new open-source group that focuses on “creating new software foundations, building on standards such as WebAssembly and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI)".

Tesla sets up factory in Germany
Published in Transportation

Snubs UK because of Brexit

Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said the electric car maker is going to build a new vehicle factory, “Gigafactory 4” in Berlin.

Intel now suffers from TPM-FAIL
Published in News

Allows an attacker to retrieve cryptographic keys

Intel has fixed two vulnerabilities discovered by a team of academics called TPM-FAIL that could allow an attacker to retrieve cryptographic keys stored inside TPMs.

Apple finally realises that being a bit thick helps
Published in News

User-based modelling

Apple has finally realised that making its products a bit thicker makes them work better.