Locked up in Cell
Chinese panel makers BOE and Tianma thought they would be onto a winner Full HD displays with in-cell LTPS TFT LCDs and TDDI (touch with display driver) technology for handsets.
And it can't even try what it creates
Normally when people are set to retire they have a crack at writing a novel or a biography and it seems that IBM's supercomputer Watson is no different.
This is the dawning of the Age of Aquaris
The first Ubuntu-powered smartphone, the Aquaris E4.5 has been released in the EU with a budget friendly €170 price tag.
Spin it off warns sctivist investor
Qualcomm has been told to spin-off its "worthless" chip unit away from its patent-licensing business in order to boost sliding stock prices.
Upgrade or die
We have hassled fruity cargo cult Apple for being slower than an asthmatic ant with a heavy load of shopping when it came to security updates, so it is jolly nice when the outfit actually thinks of its users and updates something.
While the bigger smartphone makers slug it out using plastic or chrome, LG has come up with something jolly interesting.
Botnet has been downed
UK firms have been urged to purge their computers of Beebone distributed malware after the botnet was downed by an international operation.
The AAEH botnet was killed off by Europol's European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT), Dutch police and the FBI.
Fixing the game
The US government is so deeply embarrassed that the Chinese have consistently won the title of owner of the world's fastest supercomputer, it has decided to fix the rules of the game.
How do you say it is rubbish without offending anyone?
Wall Street Journal reviewers are having a devil of a job with Apple latey – they want to say the latest products are rubbish, but appear to stop short.