Trump’s promise to get tough with tech
The surprise election of the Donald, Prince of Orange in the US election, is alarming tech-companies which are worried that he could kill off encryption.
But 15 percent of owners will not let them go
Samsung has said that it has replaced nearly 85 percent of Galaxy Note 7 devices through the company’s exchange program, with most customers opting to receive another Samsung smartphone.
The first motherboards to run the new Kaby Lake architecture are starting to be teased by Supermicro on its website.
Life in the old brand yet
When Lenovo wrote a cheque for Motorola mobility to by the outfit from Google in 2014, it had been widely assumed that the branding would be something that Lenovo would toss in the bin. However, now it appears that Lenovo is about to place all its mobile phones under the Moto brand.
GoPro must be wondering wondered what it did in a previous life after it has been forced to recall about 2,500 of its recently introduced Karma drones because they lost power during use.
Step closer to cat-friendly quantum computers
Australian boffins have come up with a better qubit which makes quantum computers more likely.
Escaping the Orange revolution
The Canadian government’s immigration website crashed as thousands of Americans fearing the nation’s decision to elect its first Orange president tried to escape across the northern border to escape the new tyranny.
Laser chips could be the next big thing
Analyst outfit Susquehanna Financial Group gave Intel the thumbs up for its newly developed "laser chips" saying the development could be a game changer that will give the company the data centre chip market for years.
It is not a swan song
We did suspect that Apple had given up and surrendered the notebook ground to Microsoft with the release of its latest MacBook Pro – but it seems we might have been wrong.