Turning to a case to solve the problem
While the fruity tax-dodging cargo cult thinks that it will make a killing by removing the headphone jack from its iPhone 7, it seems that there is a movement among fanboys to bring it back.
Samsung will put its Galaxy Note 7 back on the market next week after pulling millions off them after discovering faulty batteries were causing some to melt.
Altiscale becomes part of the mystery
The esoteric business software outfit which makes expensive business software which no one can be certain what it does, has just bought the cloud start-up Altiscale.
End of an error
BlackBerry has said it's getting out of the hardware business and will "outsource that function to partners."
Creating a fake China crisis
Samsung is not being allowed to get off the hook for its battery woes on the Samsung Note 7 and now it is pretty clear that the Tame Apple Press has resorted to “making stuff up.”
Doubles the number of qubits without increasing the number of cats
D-Wave Systems, which claims to make the world’s first quantum computer, today announced details of its most advanced quantum computing system, featuring a new 2000-qubit processor and no extra potentually dead or alive cats.
It is storing your data after all
Despite promises that iMessage conversations are safe, it appears that there is a method that they could up in the hands of the spooks and law enforcement.
Sensitive subject apparently
Next year Nintendo is supposed to be releasing its Nintendo NX and yet nothing official has come out from the former maker of playing cards.
We will keep appealing until we win
Oracle’s attempts to get a new trial on Java API’s have been rejected by a Judge who happens to know about programming.