Labour Court decides he knew what he was doing
A 60 year old electrician from Perth was rather cross when his firm handed out PDAs.
Robot taxis by 2019
General Motors laid out its vision for self-driving vehicles and told investors it planned a commercial launch of fleets of fully autonomous robo-taxis in multiple dense urban environments in 2019.
Apple's legal spat with Qualcomm just got even messier as the chipmaker found even more patents which it thinks that Apple is using without permission.
One too many security issues
System76 says it is rolling out a firmware update for its new Linux laptops which disables the Intel Management Engine.
You probably were not expecting this
Throughout its campaign against net neutrality laws, Comcast said the laws were not needed and promised to up-hold net neutrality what ever happened.
Dialog faces night of the long knives
Yet another loyal Apple partner is suffering for failing to do what the company told it to do.
Augers working for IDC have been reading the liver of fat ram and come to the conclusion that global shipments of personal computing devices (PCDs) will decline 2.7 percent on year in 2017.
li-ion with great balls of fire
Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology has come up with another use for graphene balls – giving a coat for use inside a regular li-ion cell.
Teach your quantum cat to do the accounts
Two teams of researchers have published papers in Nature detailing how they created unprecedented quantum simulators consisting of over 50 qubits.
Still short of a billion
Software king of the world Microsoft says that its Windows 10 is on 600 million devices.