Smartphone sales fall further
Published in Mobiles


Mobile revolution grinds to a halt 

Number crunchers at IDC have been looking at the figures for fourth quarter 2022 and declared them to be a disaster. 

Mixed fortunes for Tesla
Published in Transportation


But Musk claims success because of car sales and he is popular on Twitter

Supreme Twit Elon [look at me] Musk downplayed Tesla’s poor results by putting a positive spin on the numbers and prayed for a recession.

Apple’s overpriced cheese grater will not allow graphics upgrades
Published in News


Does not look like you can upgrade anything on the thing

Fruity cargo cult Apple does not look like it will be allowing businesses who have shelled out up to $50,000 on its Mac Pros to carry out GPU upgrades.

Intel seriously tanks
Published in PC Hardware
27 January 2023

Intel seriously tanks


Worst results in its history 

Intel has seen the worst results in its history and lost money as its margins collapsed.

Musk "might not be" the best person to run Twitter claims founder
Published in News


No, really?

Elon [look at me] Musk is not the right person to be the supreme twit at the social networking company Twitter, according to its co-founder.

SK Hynix sends "world’s fastest" mobile DRAM to clients
Published in Mobiles


Low Power Double Data Rate 5 Turbo

SK Hynix has shipped off what it is calling the world’s fastest mobile DRAM to prospective customers to have a play with.

Micron’s 1.5TB microSD card is out
Published in PC Hardware


Could be worth more than its weight in ink jet printer ink

Micron’s MTSD1T5ANC8MS-1WT has arrived bringing the world its first 1.5TB microSD card – unfortunately it will probably cost you your firstborn to own.

Microsoft wants 2.5 gigawatts of solar power
Published in News


Teams up with South Korea's Hanwha Qcells

Software King of the World, Microsoft said it would add as much as 2.5 gigawatts of solar power to its operations under a partnership with South Korea's Hanwha Qcells.

British government wants to give money to chip companies
Published in News


Never mind the NHS, we want to feed a global oversupply

The UK government is trying to convince itself that if it spends billions to subsidise semiconductor companies it will help the country better compete and build resiliency and make the country great again.

IBM does well
Published in News
26 January 2023

IBM does well


Still fires more workers 

Biggish Blue announced that its operating profits and revenue met analysts' expectations, but the outfit said it would still fire 3,900 workers because that is what everyone is doing these days.