Well we were not surprised
We had a theory that Nintendo would manage to stuff up the launch of its Switch console.
Not as bad as expected
Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoesize and reacted the conclusion that worldwide notebook shipments (not including 2-in-1 devices) dropped only 1.2 percent.
Performance differences are more of a software issue
As the reviews of Ryzen came out, it is pretty clear that there are some test scenarios where Intel chips work slightly better, and AMD claims that is due to coding problems.
Revolution cries Virgin
A senior director for Virgin Australia has warned business leaders that humans might revolt over moves to replace their jobs with robots.
Industry thinks it is funny
Wandering around the Mobile World Congress 2017 one thing is really clear – the industry is not rushing to copy Apple’s move to kill off the headphone jack.
Gotta keep the RNA amused
A team of boffins took time out from their busy schedule of sewing human ears onto mice to store a 1895 French film, "Arrival of a train at La Ciotat" onto a piece of DNA.
Open sourced Ryzen would kick Intel into a coma
Whistle blowing spook Edward Snowden says that AMD could kick Intel to death if it open sources its PSP and firmware.
Like a Li-on in Zion
A team of engineers led by 94-year-old John Goodenough, professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, and co-inventor of the lithium-ion battery, has developed solid-state battery cells that could last three times longer.
AMD CEO Lisa Su said it was complicated
AMD CEO Lisa Su has been spilling the beans about the complex problems that AMD had getting Zen into the shops.