Not worth the bad PR
Software king of the world, Microsoft, has ruled itself out of the running for building an electronic register of US Muslims.
Patent troll hunting might be a thing of the past
A Supreme Court appeal could mean an end to East Texas’s control of patent trolling is going to be heard soon.
Only just finding out about it now
Russian hackers working for Tsar Putin took down the US Pentagon in 2015 in a hack which caused a secret revamp of systems.
Oracle boss signs up for executive committee
Oracle co-chief executive Safra Catz will be joining Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's executive committee on his transition team.
Will not hack off Google
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Samsung will not be installing its Viv, AI assistant in the S8 because it does not want to hack off Google.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem bare bones
While PC demand remains weak, Intel’s NUCs have been doing rather well and it is set to release a new wave of the bare bone products at CES.
Top three saw 10 per cent boost
Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and come up with some good news for notebook manufacturers.
Ready for spring 2017
Samsung’s Galaxy S8, which should be ready for spring of 2017 is rumoured to arrive with a touch flexible display.
SK Hynix is going to mass produce 10-nano-range DRAMs next year and says that this will be the world’s second mass-production of 10-nano-range DRAM.