Ghost of Krum the Horrible stirs
Russia has turned on one of its most subservient cold-war allies after the country decided to purchase of new F-16 fighter jets from the United States.
Technology is moving too fast for Apple
Apple today announced updates to the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro and while the Tame Apple Press enthuses about price drops the fact that Jobs' Mob is moving to older and slower technology is not getting much of a mention.
AI tasks 1,000 times faster than CPUs.
Intel [remember them?] has unveiled a new AI system codenamed "Pohoiki Beach," a 64-chip computer capable of simulating eight million neurons in total.
Keeps Facebook’s AI expert awake at night
Facebook's AI initiatives, VP Jerome Pesenti (left) has warned that AI demands an increasing amount of compute power and it is keeping him awake at night worrying about it.
Broadcom has kicked the tyres of security outfit Symantec but walked out of the showroom after failing to agree a price.
Just add some magic beans
Cities around the world are increasingly becoming dependent on technology and Smart Cities are growing fast according to John Williams, Head of Marketing at Instant Offices
Better to have them playing computer games
Screen time -- and social media in particular -- is linked to an increase in depressive symptoms in teenagers, according to a new study by researchers at Montreal's Sainte-Justine Hospital.
Thanks to the warlord Duck Donald
Huawei will be laying off hundreds of US workers soon, in a move which would seem deeply ironic to those who watch the cable show Warrior.
Apple quickly investigates without saying she was holding it wrong
An 11-year-old girl’s quick thinking saved her when her iPhone caught fire while she was playing with it at her home in California.
Another crack at independence with stake in chips
China’s Xiaomi has written a cheque for six percent in shares of chip designer VeriSilicon suggesting that the smartphone contender is going to have a crack at making semiconductors.