Defective Note 7 owners don't defect
Samsung Electronics' flagship handset Galaxy S7 is regaining popularity as Korea's best-selling smartphone, filling the void in sales left by the incredible melting Galaxy Note 7.
It does not appear interested in 10nm
TSMC thinks that it can win back Qualcomm’s chip business with its 7nm process technology, but has all but given up expecting it to return for 10nm.
Intel modems not that hot
It seems that a row is brewing between Apple fanboys who were given a phone with an Intel modem and those who have something from Qualcomm instead.
If only Amazon had good reason to love Apple
The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is furious that 80 percent of the “Genuine Apple” accessories on the Amazon site are fakes.
Gear S3 Frontier and S3 Classic out next month
Samsung has announced that it will be releasing the Galaxy Gear S3 smartwatch next month.
"Intransigent, closed and controlling" and not fair dinkum
Three Australian banks have moaned to the country’s anti-trust watch dingo that the Apple Pay service is not fair dinkum.
Fantasy Titan hits iceburg of reality but its heart goes ooooon
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult has finally admitted that it has pulled the plug on its self-driving car project.
Apple perverts use customers' snaps in sex game
Since part of the joy of owning an iPhone involves having to take it to an Apple store to be repaired, you will be relieved to know that Apple genii down under have been providing an extra special service to clients whose phone’s they repair.
Not-so magnificant seven going to cost billions
Samsung appears to have made a pig’s ear of its Galaxy Note 7 recall and is ordering its resellers to stop sales and exchanges of the device pending investigation into the latest incidents.