All your FPGA are belong to us
Chipzilla has formally announed that it has completed the acquisition of Altera, a provider of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology in a deal which cost it $16.7 billion.
Apple orders less from suppliers
While the Tame Apple Press is writing yearly reviews which claim that Jobs’ Mob cleaned everyone’s clock this year, it appears that sales of its only remaining “growing” product is slumping.
Not even the cloud can save it
While many believe that the cloud would finally push the concept of thin clients, apparently the beancounters at IDC disagree.
Outlook is cloudy
Foxconn and the Czech Republic-based KKCGare building a new datacente in Prague to cash in on the cloud.
Everyone wants a bit but no one wants to pay
A bidding war is taking place over Dell’s Perot Systems but no one seems to want to pay the full wack.
Two different flavours
Samsung Electronics the world's top smartphone maker, plans an initial production run of about 5 million of its upcoming Galaxy S7 smartphones.
This will annoy the content industry
ASUS is installing ad-blocking software in all its phones or tablet and will enable it by default.
Still not admitting that patent war was wrong
Despite years of pointless legal wrangling, the fruity cargo cult Apple is still trying to squeeze cash out of its business partner Samsung.
Big roll out planned
Even before it has been properly released, HTC is signing deals for its coming Vive VR headset and appears to be planning to install them in Chinese internet cafes.
Former Topsy boss has a theory
Apple has finally pulled the plug on an outfit it spent $200 million on two years ago, and the former director of that company, Topsy, Aaron Hayes-Roth has a theory about how Jobs’ Mob got value for money on the deal.