Internet of things wakes up Credit Suisse
The Internet of Things could do some rather important things for big chipmakers, according to a leading finance outfit.
No luck in the US
While US retailers have treated Apple Pay with a loud resounding yawn, Jobs' Mob thinks it will have more like with the British.
Captain Scarlet to take voluntary redundancy
Chipmaker Qualcomm has flogged off a chunk of the l-Band spectrum it has in Britain.
Gold always believe in your soul
The Tame Apple Press is mocking a PR own goal commented by HTC during the launch of its football themed gold smartphone.
Skylake and Broxton gear will need some DRM friendly firmware
Chipzilla has suddenly made some interesting hardware less interesting to open sourcers by insisting that its i915 DRM kernel graphics driver for upcoming Skylake and Broxton hardware demands some binary-only firmware blobs.
Not just about mobiles
Amazon has looked at the gaming market and felt that it is an area it can make a pile of dosh.
Russian into it
Information about the Galaxy J7, has been leaked through Samsung's official website.
This time they are serious
Valve has confrimed the general availability of its first batch of Steam Machines and hardware accessories.
Cameras will soon be everywhere
Boffins working at the University of Washington have developed a new technique for drawing enough power from standard Wi-Fi signals to run a camera or a recharge a fitness tracker.