Going after the Bible Belt vote
Presidential hopeful John McAfee may not be trying to hawk his security software any more, but he can still scare the hell out of christian sysadmins.
Where did I park that cash cow?
Taiwan's PC makers like Acer and Asus are seeing their industry collapse and there's no clear replacement.
But Apple says they are coining it in
Claims that Fruity Cargo cult Apple might be making a fortune from its Surface Pro and its Iphone 6S are looking flaky after another of its partners reported lwer profits than expected.
But US blames China
It would appear that while the US has been blaming China for all its cyber break-ins it appears to be ignoring Tsar Putin's elite hacking team for the last seven years.
Falling customer numbers? There is an Android app for that
Desperate to drive customers to its flagging iPhone 6S and its Surface Pro clone Apple has officially created and released an Android app.
Project Valley rumours true
Samsung's foldable smartphone, dubbed 'Project Valley' is rumoured to be coming out in January.
Nothing to see here
Sharp is already preparing to sell the world's first production 8K television which can offer eight times the resolution of standard HD.
Augurs at the soothsaying outfit Juniper have inspected the liver of a rather fat ram and come to the conclusion that by 2020 more than 30 million virtual reality headsets will be sold.
USB card-reader flaw
Microsoft has issued a firmware update for its unlucky Surface Pro 3.