Still tastes better than British food
Irritating British chef Jamie Oliver, who normally serves up his dishes with some quirky English colloquialisms, has been delivering a dose of malware to people visiting his site.
China is not falling for it.
The Tame Apple Press is having a problem with why people are not rushing to sign up to the Apple pay project.
Internal report shows cloud and IoT commitment
A leaked report has revealed how Chipzilla is convincing its own staff of its Internet of Things (IoT), cloud and data analytics.
Samung now a number two
If you believe the Tame Apple Press, Apple has control of the Chinese market and everyone is clutching an iPhone after selling their kidneys to pay for it, however the reality has been that it has been Samsung's playground. That is until today.
Mother of USB hubs
There have been a few moments when we depended on our faithful USB hubs to run all the gear we had plugged in to our PC.
Decided to "market" old tat instead
The fruity cargo cult Apple wanted to install some sexy new technology under the bonnet of its iWatch, however it could not come up with anything new.
Heading for 40 shades of Grey box
Cisco has released a long-distance interconnect designed to simplify workload mobility between data centres.
Eight cores of terror
Samsung has announced an updated version of its Exynos 7 Octa processor. Last year it announced a 64-bit, ARMv8 processor based on a 20nm design, but these new chips will be 14nm processors.
Zed is not dead baby
The new independent Vaio has resurrected its Z range. There will be the Vaio Z and the Vaio Z canvas