The fast-food restaurant helped make breakthrough
Fast-food restaurant McDonalds helped a University of Toronto boffin come up with a 3D printer material by giving him old chip oil for his experiments.
Brexit means that Google can shift data to the US
Google is planning to move its British users’ accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under US jurisdiction instead.
Of course, you don't get wafers with it, it's an albatross
Intel is in talks to sell a unit that makes chips for home internet access gear to MaxLinear.
If he denied Trump's Russian links
US President Donald Trump offered Julian Assange a pardon if he would say Russia was not involved in leaking Democratic party emails, a court in London has been told.
Apparently in a move to increase growth
Despite the fact it still manages to make pots of cash, Intel confirmed that “less than one percent” of its global workforce had been laid off.
And you can charge an iPhone in seconds by putting it in a microwave
OnBuy.com has been asking British people daft mobile phone beliefs to see if they are as stupid as many in Europe believe and discovered that the nation which gave us Brexit is probably a sandwich short of a cut lunch when it comes to mobile tech.
Hawk can manage 26 Petaflops
The High-Performance Computing Centre of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) just switched on its new supercomputer, called "Hawk" which features a ton of AMD 2nd Gen EPYC processors under the bonnet.
Even though they use it
Enterprises’ use of emerging technologies is on the rise around the world, but many are failing to capitalise on its benefits according to the 2019 Global CIO Survey from Logicalis
If you don't pay for anything you get flooded with Apple made adverts
Software developer Steve Streza has been looking under the bonnet of iOS and has been a bit shocked to discover that, despite paying a fortune for Apple gear he is being flooded with adverts which come from Jobs' Mob.