Not really what I said
Open saucy messiah Richard Stallman has found himself in a bit of a mess after he was quoted as defending Marvin Minsky's association with dead sex-pest Jeffrey Epstein.
Debt collectors have started hassling debtors' Facebook friends in a bid to put pressure on them to pay up.
Still can't run Halo
A team of MIT boffins has been showing off the world's most advanced chip set that's made from carbon nanotubes.
Says the bloke who bought us Nine Lives
Barry Sonnenfeld, director of the "Men in Black" series, "Get Shorty" and most recently Netflix's "Series of Unfortunate Events", says 8K is "only good for sports" and High Dynamic Range (HDR) is "stupid" and "a waste."
ASUS makes the claim
The latest phone from Asus is being touted as the fastest phone in the world.
2019 is the year of the Linux notebook don't ya know?
Huawei is now flogging the Matebook 13, Matebook 14, and Matebook X Pro in China with Deepin Linux preinstalled.
As the company misses Wall Street expectations
Oracle Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd would be taking medical leave as the business software maker posted first-quarter revenue that missed Wall Street expectations.
While is why Blackburn in Lancashire is deserted
People with a fear of small holes have claimed the design of Apple's iPhone 11 Pro is triggering their phobia.
Claimed it used her name in vain
Apple fangirl Taylor Swift sued Microsoft over a racist AI chatbot which used twitter.
Most have suffered a wi-fi breach
A survey of 1,075 UK workers in full or part-time employment, carried out by technology services provider Probrand.co.uk has revealed that the majority (72 percent) of companies who suffered a data breach in the last year found that the network infiltration came from an unsecured wireless device, such as a printer, scanner, mobile phone or laptop connected to their Wi-Fi network.