A credit card you can’t put in your wallet – whatever next? a clock which can't tell the time?
Apple’s design experts have outdone themselves by creating a credit card which cannot be put in a wallet or your jeans pocket.
Putting 50 pounds of mud in a five-pound bag
It seems that the Galaxy Note caught fire because it had the same problem as Dolly Parton at an award’s ceremony. If you stick 50 pounds of mud in a five-pound bag you are going to get a flaming wardrobe malfunction.
The latest theory as to why the Note 7 had battery problems suggests that its rather cool thin design made it go bang.
OS X El Capitan page not for dirty minds
The design genii at Apple scored an own goal with the website’s CSS code to prevent people misreading the tagline for its latest operating system, OS X El Capitan.
Aiming for modems and storage device
ARM has released the new Cortex-R8 processor design which it says can provide low latency and high performance for modem and storage device chips.
Two former Apple designers moan
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has lost the plot when comes to design, according to two designers who helped build the company’s reputation.
You should not be surprised
After iPhone 6 comes the iPhone 6S and you should know this dynamic by now. The new phone will have a new, faster SoC and will sport a few cosmetic changes.
Copying Apple not that much of an option
Samsung executives were told about the importance of designs and user experiences and how a rounded rectangle was not really that cool.
For their next-gen gaming board
Supermicro is getting into the gaming market and our server specialist friends have created a unique opportunity for Fudzilla readers to help them design a motherboard.
Cebit 2013: Trying new things