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Wall Street not that happy with Broadcom
Published in News
Friday, 13 December 2019 11:37

Wall Street not that happy with Broadcom


Slowing growth and dull 2020

Broadcom fourth-quarter earnings beat Street estimates on Thursday, but investors were put off by slowing growth in the semiconductor business and a lukewarm revenue forecast for 2020.

Sony surprises Wall Street with good results
Published in Gaming


Gaming still down

Sony surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting  a record first quarter operating profit despite the slowing gaming business.

Apple continues to disappoint Wall Street
Published in News


Analysts pray it can claw back money by offering “services”

Fruity cargo-cult Apple is continuing to disappoint the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street with its lacklustre performance, but it has convinced them that it will make a fortune selling services.

Bitcoin players face criminal investigation
Published in News


Is manipulation the name of the game?

The US Justice Department has opened a case which might end up with criminal charges.

Wall Street wants Apple to do something about its cash pile
Published in Mobiles


As iPhone and iCloud stalls

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are starting to get a bit miffed that Apple has not come up with any new products and its existing iPhone and iCloud products are stalling.

IBM profits fall short of Wall Street expectations
Published in News


Reinvention talking time

Big Blue posted profit margins that fell short of Wall Street expectations in a sign that its turn around was taking time.

Was AMD security announcement gaming Wall Street?
Published in News


CTS Labs and Viceroy Research spark conspiracy theory

The announcement by a security firm called CTS Labs had found severe vulnerabilities and backdoors in some AMD processors appears to have sparked a full-on internet conspiracy theory.

Wall Street fears workers could be all replaced by AI
Published in News


Why do we need you expensive psychos?

Wall Street is facing up to the fact that most of its workers will be replaced by AI, and the wolves of Wall Street will be consigned to the dust bin of history.

GoPro recalls 2,500 drones
Published in News
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 11:18

GoPro recalls 2,500 drones


Karma police


GoPro must be wondering wondered what it did in a previous life after it has been forced to recall about 2,500 of its recently introduced Karma drones because they lost power during use.

Big Tech is saving the US economy
Published in News
Thursday, 04 August 2016 12:05

Big Tech is saving the US economy


Just a pity they are not paying tax

The US economy might be being propped up by the success of technology heavyweights.