Apple escalates Epic Games war
Published in Gaming

Blocks Fortnite on iOS in Europe

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided it can’t get enough of fights with Epic Games and the EU and has escalated the row.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE comes to Europe at €699
Published in Mobiles

South Korea gets it as well

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE has officially launched in two big markets, Europe and South Korea. After initially launching in certain Asian markets and the US, it will now be available in Europe, starting at €699, and in South Korea, starting at KRW847,000.

Europe gets ARM-based supercomputer
Published in PC Hardware

Jupiter of the world's most powerful

One of the world's most powerful supercomputers will soon be online in Europe, using ARM-based chips instead of x86 parts.

Iceland has the best Internet in Europe
Published in News

Least Borjked  

Research by VPS Server has found that Iceland has the best internet in Europe.

Suppliers should buy chips sold to blacklisted Yangtze Memory Technologies back
Published in News

Do the right  thing

Blacklisted Yangtze Memory Technologies Co has asked its suppliers to buy back the chips and equipment it is forbidden to use.

Huawei brings the P60 Pro to Europe
Published in Mobiles

Mate X3 coming later this month

Huawei already unveiled the entire P-series and foldable flagship in China, but now these are coming to Europe, and the P60 Pro is first in line. The Mate X3 foldable is also coming later this month.

Google does evil to its European staff
Published in News

Not only will we fire you, but we are won't pay your medical insurance either

Search engine outfit Google, which once believed in “doing no evil” has been accused of mishandling of its biggest round of layoffs in Europe.

Intel Arc discounted in Europe
Published in Graphics

Just waiting for the raven and the dove to get back 

Chipzilla has been discounting its Arc GPU in Europe even after not really getting it to the shops in time.

Europe's green energy needs more fossil fuels
Published in News

Isn't it ironic, don't you think?

While green energy is being touted as a way of freeing Europe from having to do what Tsar Putin tells us, it is ironically being hamstrung by a lack of fossil fuels.

Sorry Apple, Europe wants to extend warranties for five years
Published in News

And reduce poor bad battery life

In what will be bad news for Apple, the European Commission is seeking to improve phone and tablet battery life and spare parts availability.