But...but Apple said it would be the next big thing
Despite a fundamentalist belief among the Tame Apple Press that OLED would be the next big thing, Samsung says that it will not be looking at OLED TVs and it is slashing its production of smaller screen OLEDs because Apple was not selling enough iPhone Xs to make it worthwhile.
Old job letters more expensive than an iPhone X
Now that the Apple founder Steve Jobs is dead, there is a move to set up a cult of his dead relics and they are just ridiculously expensive as his products.
Figures all up
The maker of expensive printer ink which is more costly than gold reported first-quarter revenue and profit on Thursday above Wall Street estimates as it sold more personal computers and printers, helping the company raise its full-year profit forecast.
Pretty much what the EU has been saying all along
The Irish government's tax man was asked by the government what he thought Apple owed the country over its dodgy tax arrangement and he agreed with the EU.
Need to know only US-CERT
Chipzilla is in hot water for forgetting to tell US cybersecurity officials about the Meltdown and Spectre chip security flaws until they leaked to the public.
Intel, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Microsoft have plans
Intel and its PC sums are already thinking about rolling out 5G-equipped PCs late in 2019.
Will still give automatic weapons to mentally ill kids though
Strapped for an idea of stopping kids shooting up schools that do not involve some gun control, President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is thinking of tougher censorship rules on violent movies and computer games.
Three year cycle is with us for ever
Beancounters at Gartner have added up some numbers and reached the same conclusion as everyone else that the smartphone boom is over and people will only start replacing them once every three years instead of yearly.
Wants a golden age for high-performance embedded processors
AMD has expanded its Epyc and Ryzen product lines to create what it is calling a "new age for high-performance embedded processors".
Could be collecting data on your past downloads
A Google security researcher has found multiple security flaws affecting the uTorrent web and desktop client that allow an attacker to infect a victim with malware or collect data on the users' past downloads.