Windows 7 shall still rule the earth
Software King of the World, Microsoft has made it clear that it does not want users of Intel Kaby Lake and AMD Bristol Ridge CPUs using Windows 7.
Users use Google mail
The open saucy Ubuntu is considering dumping the Thunderbird mail app because users tend to favour using webservices mail instead.
Cool for potentially dead or alive cats
Software king of the world Microsoft has some rather cool quantum computing plans which involves rather a lot of ice.
You can hear the howls
Some South Korean Samsung Galaxy 8 users are complaining that the display on some S8s had an odd, red tint.
If you want it
Benchlife has come up with an Intel slide which appears to show he upcoming 300-series chipsets intended for use with the chip giant's "Cannon Lake" processor family.
Server motherboards stand for comfort
Motherboard makers have been getting a good kicking over recent years but Gigabyte is seeing some light at the end of the tunnel thanks to increased shipments for server motherboards.
This VR wouldn’t go voom if you put four million volts through it
A team of boffins from Germany has worked out that the best way to make VR more real is to give yourself an electric shock.
Making light of memory
A Vancouver Island chemist has come up a light induced magnetoresistive random-access memory (LI-RAM) that uses light instead of electricity to store and process data.
End of an error
Chipzilla has decided to cancel its Intel Developer Forum tradeshow including this summer's expected IDF17.
Tame Apple Press jokes fail
The Tame Apple Press has been trying to spoil the release of Galaxy S8 with lots of gags about exploding batteries. The only problem is the S8 battery tech is surprisingly robust.