Robot machine guns jihadists
Published in News
Wednesday, 02 May 2018 10:39

Robot machine guns jihadists


Protecting football fans

A machine gun armed robot was used by Russian counter terrorism troops to wipe out a terrorist cell to clear the way for the World Cup.

Intel is wild about Saffron
Published in AI
Tuesday, 01 May 2018 11:26

Intel is wild about Saffron


They call it mellow yellow

Chipzilla has rolled out a version of its AI platform that aims to help enterprises in the manufacturing and aerospace industries improve product quality and optimise supply chains.

Co-op to use robots in Milton Keynes to deliver groceries.
Published in Transportation


Programmed to handle the roundabouts


A company which specialises in delivery robots  is partnering with the Co-op in Milton Keynes to deliver groceries.

US convicts Autonomy chief financial officer of fraud
Published in News


Inflated company value

A US court has decided that the former chief financial officer of British software company Autonomy committed wire fraud and other crimes by inflating the outfit's value before its sale to HP.

Akamai boosted by aggressive push to cloud security
Published in Cloud


Beat Wall Street predictions

Akamai topped analysts’ estimates for first quarter revenue and profit thanks to its aggressive push to cloud security and its business of speeding up media content delivery stabilised.

Qualcomm adjusts its licensing model
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 01 May 2018 10:32

Qualcomm adjusts its licensing model


Calming conflict

Qualcomm has broadened its use of a lower-cost licensing model for the next generation of mobile data networks, which could sort out some of its conflicts with regulators.

Wall Street wants Apple to do something about its cash pile
Published in Mobiles


As iPhone and iCloud stalls

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are starting to get a bit miffed that Apple has not come up with any new products and its existing iPhone and iCloud products are stalling.

Pentagon will beat world to self driving cars
Published in Transportation


Never mind Tesla, Uber or Google

The Pentagon will be using self-driving vehicles before they arrive in the streets according to Michael Griffin, the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering.

T-Mobile US and Sprint to merge
Published in Mobiles
Monday, 30 April 2018 12:52

T-Mobile US and Sprint to merge


If they can get the regulators to agree

T-Mobile US and Sprint have agreed to a $26 billion merger claiming it will create thousands of jobs and help the United States beat China to creating the next generation mobile network.

Ancient mines might energise the battery market
Published in News


Tin mines now viable again

Britain's long abandoned tin mines might be reactivated as the global electric car revolution pushes demand for tin.