Apple does evil on iCloud.net
Published in News
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 11:46

Apple does evil on iCloud.net


Buys and shuts down its social network


Apple has bought the domain name iCloud.net, and shut down the independent social network that lived there.

Samsung flogs 100,000 Notebook 9s
Published in News
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 12:59

Samsung flogs 100,000 Notebook 9s


Just in Korea 


Samsung has flogged more than 100,000 units from its refreshed Notebook 9 line of laptops in South Korea so far, this year.

Microsoft kills second gen HoloLens
Published in Wearables
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 12:52

Microsoft kills second gen HoloLens


Working on Version three instead 

Microsoft appears to be getting cold feet over its HoloLens and is not going to release a second version of the gear.

Intel spills the beans on Optane requirements
Published in News
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 12:48

Intel spills the beans on Optane requirements


Will need at least a seventh-generation Kaby Lake processor

If you were hoping to get your paws on Chipzilla’s delayed Optane non-volatile memory devices you might need to also invest in a Kaby Lake system.

Apple files appeal against tax bill
Published in News
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 12:45

Apple files appeal against tax bill


A long rant as to why it is “special” and the EU smells of nintendo


The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has sent a 14 point legal rant to the EU claiming it is special and does not have to pay tax like everyone else.

EU privacy watchdogs concerned about Windows 10
Published in News


Changes to installation process were only a start


European Union data protection watchdogs said they were still concerned about the privacy settings of Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system despite Vole announcing changes to the installation process.

Samsung planning to release refurbished Note 7s
Published in Mobiles


Flaming heck, the magnificant seven rides again.


Samsung is apparently planning to release refurbished Note 7s.

HTC gives up on budget Android phones
Published in Mobiles
Monday, 20 February 2017 13:05

HTC gives up on budget Android phones


Too much competition and low margins


HTC has confirmed that it is giving up on budget Android phones beginning this year. Instead, the company will focus on premium devices, which have a higher profit margin.

SAP works out way to screw more cash from customers
Published in News


Starts charging their customers too


The expensive management software outfit which no one is really sure what it does has worked out a way of screwing more cash out of its customers by forcing them to charge THEIR customers.

HAARP goes back online
Published in News
Monday, 20 February 2017 12:12

HAARP goes back online


Tinfoil hat wearers rejoice


The HAARP antenna array is being brought back into service in a move that will make conspiracy nuts very happy.