Clover Trail Atom processors blocked
While most people expected that Windows 10 would last a while, it appears that some Intel users will not get feature updates.
I think you ought to know I am feeling depressed
A Washington DC-based security robot has decided that life protecting humans is not worth the effort and has killed itself by throwing itself into a fountain.
Failed project gets new role
The failed Google Glass project has been dusted off in the form of an "Enterprise Edition" of its smart glasses hardware, which is now available to a network of Google partners.
Hackers have control of the code
British spooks have discovered that some industrial software companies in the UK are "likely to have been compromised" by hackers.
More than 90,000 strong botnet
Twitter’s security team has purged nearly 90,000 fake accounts after outside researchers discovered a massive botnet peddling links to fake “dating” and “romance” services.
Imagine what it would be like if you don’t do what you are told
One of the big advantages of having your partners dependant on you means that your enemies are their enemies.
Big players have quit
It is looking like the global NOR flash memory market is no longer over-supplied now that Micron Technology and Cypress Semiconductor have quit low to medium capacity.
Recycling will make back some of the costs
While Samsung is refurbishing and re-releasing some of its previously inflammable Note 7s, it is more likely to recoup some of the manufacturing costs through re-cycling.
Because Musk never sleeps
Autonomous vehicles will become the norm in the auto industry within 10 years, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Announcement of the announcement announced
The marketing of new phones is somewhat silly – today we have an announcement that the release date for the Galaxy Note 8 will be announced at the end of August.