The lightbulbs are revolting
The Obama administration has ordered Homeland Security to come up with a cunning plan to make the Internet of Things devices more secure after a huge DoS attack on major websites.
Slower release than expected
Chipzilla appears to have put the brakes on its 3DXPoint memory modules despite talking up the technology for a while.
Because a single Hamilton makes all the difference
AMD has lopped $10 off the price of most of its cards in an attempt to spoil the release of Nvidia’s new GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards.
$3.5 trillion in 2017
Beancounters at the Gartner Group have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and worked out that worldwide IT spending will reach $3.5 trillion in 2017, up 2.9 percent from 2016
Too quick to blame the battery
Samsung appeared to be a little too quick to blame the battery in the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco according to the Wall Street Journal.
Easier than the Galaxies, but that is not exactly difficult
The latest bare bones Android handset is actually easier to mend than the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Note 7 according to iFixit.
Failing pound to blame
Software king of the world Microsoft is showing the UK the cost of its nationalism and retarded hatred of foreigners as it jacks up its post-Brexit prices by 13-22 percent.
And North Korea did DYN
Colourful internet character John McAfee claims that Iran, and not Russia, hacked the Democratic National Committee.
Nintendo showed off its Switch yesterday, which was supposed to be a hybrid between a home console and a portable gaming system.
Defective Note 7 owners don't defect
Samsung Electronics' flagship handset Galaxy S7 is regaining popularity as Korea's best-selling smartphone, filling the void in sales left by the incredible melting Galaxy Note 7.