Magic Leap jumps to damage control mode
Published in Wearables
Monday, 12 December 2016 12:19

Magic Leap jumps to damage control mode


Augmented reality not going as well as hoped

While augmented reality outfit Magic leap has managed to keep its product mostly hyped and secretive, it appears that a critical report has leaked out forcing the company to go into damage limitation mode.

Apple sticks brake pads on Airpads
Published in Wearables
Monday, 12 December 2016 12:14

Apple sticks brake pads on Airpads


Can't get them to go in time for Christmas 

The Tame Apple Press is shocked that Apple can’t get its overpriced cordless Airpad headphones into the shops in time for Christmas.

Amazon’s “Grand Tour” is a huge success - for pirates
Published in News


Clarkson is now most pirated Mercedes driver in history 

The Amazon reboot of the BBC's hit show Top Gear has been a huge hit and won the bookseller millions of views and attracted the attention of pirates.

Samsung plans to spin off foundry business
Published in News
Monday, 12 December 2016 12:07

Samsung plans to spin off foundry business


Restructuring 

Samsung seems likely to spin off its foundry business as part of a restructuring programme.

Nvidia gets self-driving cars licence
Published in Graphics
Monday, 12 December 2016 12:04

Nvidia gets self-driving cars licence


Drivers operating at speed

The company famous for making “independently-minded” drivers has just got its licence to put its tech behind the wheel of a fast-moving car.

Russian government calls for EA’s Fifa 17 video game banned
Published in Games


Homosexuals do not play football 


The Parliament of Tsar Putin has called for the EA’s Fifa 17 game banned claiming that it is spreading 'gay propaganda' that some players are not heterosexual.

China hopes to poach anti-Trump tech refugees
Published in News
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 12:55

China hopes to poach anti-Trump tech refugees


Huge opportunity


China is hoping to take advantage of Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump's election and boost its tech output on foreign expertise.

Apple blames the air for iPhone 6 fault
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 12:30

Apple blames the air for iPhone 6 fault


So remove any air from your environment

The Fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is blaming the air for a fault which causes the iPhone 6 to shut down.

HP shuts down FTP and Telnet protocols on printers
Published in News

Better safe than sorry

HP has decided to shut down aging FTP and Telnet protocols on some of its elderly printers.

Supremes back Samsung against Apple
Published in News
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 11:54

Supremes back Samsung against Apple


Rounded rectangle was not that important

The US Supreme Court has told the fruity cargo cult Apple to go away and backed Samsung in the legendary trademark battle over the rounded rectangle smartphone.