Smartphone screen-making needs an overhaul
Japan Display is looking for funds from an outside investor to help finance an overhaul of its ailing smartphone screen-making business, including 3,500 job cuts.
Lower class, too many operations at once
AMD has admitted that it has reports of segmentation faults from its Linux Ryzen customers.
White guy perpetuated gender stereotypes
Google has fired a bloke who slammed Google’s diversity policy and called for the company to stop hiring women and minorities when they should be hiring open minded conservative white guys instead.
Dogged out of the courts
The so-called podcasting patent which has blighted the music industry for years and forced a number of notable companies to waste money on a licence is now officially dead in the water.
A Ferrari running on a Windows XP machine – it explains so much
A Foxconn employee has snapped new images of the iPhone 8's internals and posted them to the Chinese social networking site Weibo.
Samsung boss holds back the tears
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y Lee fought back tears and denied wrongdoing as prosecutors sought to lock him up for 12 years.
We are innocent
Amazon is allowing Blu to flog its phones on the site after the budget phone maker BLU convinced the outfit that it was not sending data to China.
It is defamation
Open source programmer Bruce Perens is being sued for defamation after he warned that using Grsecurity's Linux kernel security could invite legal trouble.
Got you hooked on the cult
Steve Jobs saw the iPod shuffle as a cheap way of getting young kids hooked on the Apple cult.
Replaces it with a kid’s superhero
The Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have decided that the reason that the browser is being ignored is not because it is slower than an asthmatic ant with a heavy load of shopping, and hangs on to memory like an NRA member hangs onto his guns, but because it is represented by a cute Red Panda.