Startup’s energy-efficient chips were more interesting
Amazon bought a home security camera outfit, Blink last year. Analysts wondered why, but it turns out the outfit had some rather interesting energy-efficient chips.
Not following AMD
While AMD is starting to make more products available to meet the demand for GPU cryptocurrency mining operations, Nvidia thinks that the craze will be flat soon.
No one saying who did it
Pyeongchang Winter Olympics organisers confirmed on Sunday that the Games had fallen victim to a cyber attack during Friday’s opening ceremony, but they refused to reveal who did it.
Repair bill not cool for cats
Apple fanboys who think it is essential to buy its HomeHub not-so-smart speaker for three times the cost of more intelligent models from its rivals are being shocked to discover that Jobs’ Mob is gouging them for more cash to cover "repairs".
Deep learning is shallower and more hyped than Italian television
AI is set to be a massive disappointment for those who think it is going to take over the world.
Defective from the start
Search engine outfit Google is facing a lawsuit over the microphone problems in the original Pixel.
It would hurt US business
An attempt by US politicians to harm Chinese trade has backfired after it emerged it would do more harm to IT companies who are dependent on China.
Cryptojacking attacks grow.
Cryptojackers are starting to hit the operational technology used in critical industrial infrastructure.
Qualcomm has rejected Broadcom revised $121 billion buyout offer, but proposed meeting its peer see if there is a chance of sorting out what it called the bid’s “serious deficiencies in value and certainty”.