Decides to be extra nice to select unpaid support staff with "white glove" service
Fruity cargo cult Apple has discovered that being an arse to its support partners might not be such a good idea and instead its is copying a "white glove service" that Microsoft has been doing for 20 years.
Looking at forcing them to use USB-C
Fruity cargo-cult Apple might be forced to provide USB-C chargers in its iPhones in Brazil.
Yes, you can install Windows 11 on older machines
Microsoft’s restrictions on devices that could run Windows 11 are seen as a major pain. Most users on older PCs see the “this PC doesn’t currently meet the minimum system requirements to run Windows 11” message.
It nicked FPGA SoC chips that use ALM and my other acronyms
Japanese boffin Masahiro Iida is incandesnant with rage that Intel has borrowed his idea for Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) and System-on-Chip (SoC) chips that employ Adaptive Logic Modules (ALM).
Uses Ampere chips
Former maker of expensive printer ink Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced today that it will offer a new cloud-native server in Q3 of 2022 using Ampere chips.
Includes ray tracing on mobile
ARM is announcing its new flagship Immortalis GPU today, its first to include hardware-based ray tracing on mobile.
IPO decides that AI still needs too much human assistance
The UK's Intellectual Property Office has decided artificial-intelligence systems cannot patent inventions for the time being.
While Intel declines
Beancounters have been looking at some numbers and reached the conclusion that TSMC will grow second-quarter revenue 43 percent quarter-over-quarter to $18.1 billion.
Claims Samsung copied them
Fruity cargo cult Apple is still peddling the myth that it invented the touchscreen smartphone by claiming that Samsung copied them.
Sales will drop by 25 per cent
Asus and Gigabyte managers are looking at doom-laden projections for the motherboard industry through the rest of 2022.