Ten reasons why Moderna's CEO is wrong
Moderna's CEO made a bit of a mistake when he compared COVID-19 vaccines to iPhones.
Pandemic endeared users
The perception of IT support has dramatically improved thanks to the successful response of service desks to the pandemic, lockdowns and working from home.
Healthy but unvaccinated people will be banned
CES 2022 will require people attending to prove that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or they will not be admitted.
21st century eugenics
Fruity cargo cult Apple has taken the unusual step of trying to stop anti-vaxers mating.
Apple must issue warning to the stupid
The Fruity Cargo Cult Apple has always had trouble with the fact that its fanboys are not the brightest bulbs, but an announcement on its support page had us worried.
Donating them to the government to bypass China ban
Foxconn and TSMC have agreed to buy 10 million COVID-19 vaccine doses for the island of Taiwan. The two companies will be paying up to $35 a dose of the BioNTech vaccine and donating them to the government.
Old samples have re-emerged in Google cloud
About a year ago, genetic sequences from more than 200 virus samples from early cases of Covid-19 in Wuhan disappeared from an online scientific database, however, some of them have apparently tipped up on the Google cloud.
IT support survey finds
One of the UK’s leading IT support providers for small and medium-sized businesses have revealed statistics from their internal support desk showing that support requests for home working only increased slightly in 2020, compared to previous years.
Wants to help the government out
Taiwan will allow Terry Gou, the billionaire founder of Taiwan's Foxconn and TSMC to negotiate on the government's behalf for COVID-19 vaccines.