Mobile revolution stalled
Beancounters at CCS have added up some numbers and reached the conclusion that sales of mobile phones will slump to their lowest level for a decade due to the impact of coronavirus.
Tile, which helps users find missing items,said it is completely lost why the convicted monopolist Apple's anti-competative antics are getting worse.
They can't get sick
The crisis in the Italian health service is proving a good testing ground for robotic medical staff.
Still a role for humans
It appears that AI is as accurate as a tarot reader when it comes to predicting some subjects.
US blocks having a marginal result
Huawei is still using components made by US companies in its newest flagship smartphone, a Financial Times teardown has found, despite the US all but blacklisting the Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturer.
We invented the weather
Apple has given a popular weather app a pile of cash and told it to shut off Android users from the service.
Chipzilla has an answer to the Ryzen 9
German retailer Lirpa Technologies has leaked the specifications and probable performance of Intel's upcoming Comet Lake desktop CPUs and it appears that the headline chip is a match for AMD's Ryzen 9.
Plans kung flued
Copier maker Xerox has given up on its $35 billion hostile cash-and-stock bid for the maker of very expensive printer ink HP and blamed the pesky coronavirus for interfering with its plans.
Automatic 5G across lots of different sites
HPE is working with Intel and the Linux Foundation to build open saucy software to automate the roll out of 5G across multiple sites.