AMD execs sold shares before “good news”
Published in Processors
Friday, 25 November 2016 11:19

AMD execs sold shares before “good news”


Poor lambs


AMD executives can’t really get a break, even when the company is doing well. Normally when execs start flogging off their shares it is because the company is going to announce something unpopular which will send share prices downwards. However, in AMD’s case they did the opposite.

AMD’s deal with Google could be a breakthrough
Published in Graphics


Sky is the limit for clouds

AMD’s deal to flog Google its FirePro S9300 x2 GPU for the search engine’s cloud platform probably deserves another look.

Window 10 is less secure than Windows 7
Published in News
Thursday, 24 November 2016 14:29

Window 10 is less secure than Windows 7


US-CERT Coordination Centre warns

The US-CERT Coordination Centre has warned that Windows 7 with EMET offers greater protection than Windows 10.

Trump ready to bribe Apple to move back to the US
Published in News


Subsiding production like all good socialists

Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump has said that he is prepared to offer all sorts of sweeteners so that Apple will set up a plant in the US.

Samsung rumoured to be offloading its PC division
Published in News


Lenovo named as the buyer

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Samsung Electronics is about to flog off its PC division to Lenovo.

UK government set to define proper sex
Published in News
Thursday, 24 November 2016 14:09

UK government set to define proper sex


Think of the children

The UK government has decided that it will ban all web sites which depict “unconventional sex”.

Apple still makes most of the smartphone profit
Published in Mobiles
Thursday, 24 November 2016 14:05

Apple still makes most of the smartphone profit


As if that is a good thing

The Tame Apple Press is running a story patting  its favourite toy maker on the back for making the most profits.

Samsung SDI tries to prove its batteries are safe
Published in Mobiles


Fallout from the Note fiasco

Although widely scape-goated for the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung’s battery division is quietly reassuring anxious clients which ironically include Apple that its batteries are safe.

EU set to support Microsoft’s LinkedIn deal
Published in News
Thursday, 24 November 2016 14:00

EU set to support Microsoft’s LinkedIn deal

Seems to be avoiding the antitrust missteps

Software giant Microsoft is likely to gain EU approval for its $26 billion buy of professional social notworking site LinkedIn after making concessions aimed at addressing competition concerns.

Microsoft hassles Apple’s lack of innovation
Published in News
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 13:34

Microsoft hassles Apple’s lack of innovation


Does it have to keep copying us?

The software king of the world, Microsoft, is starting to hassle Apple for its lack of originality.