Aiming for industry not the great unwashed
Software king of the world Microsoft has decided that its new Hololens 2 AR specs are not for the great unwashed and released them with a price tag that consumers cannot afford – $3,500.
After all, it can't be because Texans don't buy Apple
The Tame Apple Press is claiming that Apple is closing both of its retail stores in the Eastern District of Texas to protect itself from patent trolls.
Security DRM chip really borked
The fruity cargo cult Apple, which has traded on the fact that its higher-price tag was supposed to bring extra quality, has made a QA blunder that cheap and cheerful companies would not make.
Mobile World Congress will show the depth of its success
The Mobile World Congress is expected to show how well TSMC’s EUV-based process is doing at attracting customers.
No evidence but we believe what Trump says
Right-wing populist lawmakers from Italy’s ruling coalition are pushing the government to ban China’s Huawei from supplying equipment for the country’s rollout of 5G mobile communications.
CPUs need to be overhauled not software fixes
Google researchers have warned that it will be challenging to avoid Spectre bugs unless CPUs are dramatically overhauled.
Consumer Reports is pulling its recommendation of the Tesla Model 3, citing reliability issues with the car.
If only there were a cheesy metaphor, we could use here
Switzerland made headlines this month for the transparency of its internet voting system when it launched a fondue of public penetration tests and bug bounty programme to test the resiliency of the system to attack.
Will not run over the cop.
Waymo's self-driving cars will now be able to use AI to detect and respond to the arm movements of a traffic cop as they wave traffic through an intersection.