Thank goodness for crystal balls
Hyundai has so far avoided a chip shortage that has plagued global automakers, largely maintaining its stockpile of chips last year and even accelerating purchases towards the end, while their rivals did not.
French warnings of delays
While the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT is expected to be announced on March 3 through AMD's official launch event, a French tech site has warned that the less-powerful counterpart, the RX 6700 has been delayed.
8 TB capacity along with an ultra-low idle power
Toshiba has released what it calls the industry's first hard drive featuring flux control microwave assisted magnetic recording (FC-MAMR) technology.
Less messy than burning witches
A US politician is blaming the increase in car jacking crime in the fair city of Chicago on computer game Grand Theft Auto.
Staff revolt after two professors are fired
Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists' work, to quell a staff revolt over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research.
Valve does not have to hand over all its data to Jobs' Mob
A US magistrate judge has ordered Valve to provide sales data to Apple in response to a subpoena issued amid Apple's continuing legal fight with Epic Games.
Most thought they were too small to be worried
A new study by Sectigo, the “State of Website Security and Threat Report”, reveals that 20 per cent of SMBs have experienced a breach in the past year alone, even though nearly three-fourths believe their companies are mitigating risks effectively.
If you can get a PS5
The PlayStation 5 will have its virtual reality headset and development kits should be sent out soon.
Samsung is now offering four years of security updates on many of its Android devices which is longer than the three years offered by Google on its Pixel.
Management software cannot work out sentencing laws
Arizona Department of Corrections whistleblowers claim that hundreds of incarcerated people who should be eligible for release are being held in prison because the inmate management software cannot interpret current sentencing laws.