We expected more
Apple suppliers’ shares have taken a hammering after the launch of the iPhone X because European investors are concerned that the phone will not be a success.
So pay up
Qualcomm has published a blog post that praises itself and its Android partners for inventing all the industry firsts that the fruity cargo-cult Apple is claiming to have invented in its iPhone X.
Moores Law is a case study
A team of top boffins is starting to worry that humans are running out of ideas and are citing the tech industry’s inability to come up with a solution for Moore's Law as a case study.
Pass the SOAP
FireEye found a malicious Microsoft Office RTF document which has all the hallmarks of being made by the CIA to hack Microsoft Office docs.
Chrome will not trust them any more
After deciding to distrust Symantec's certificates in March, Google has decided that from Chrome 66 it will completely remove any trust of Symantec-issued certificates issued before 1 June, 2016.
Comment: Helping a company flog an out-of-date phone at twice the price
The Tame Apple Press has sensed that its Apple OverLords might need a hand flogging the out-of-date over-priced iPhoneX to the world and is pulling out all the stops.
It also makes them for those with sellable organs
In a move which shows how in touch Tim Cook is with poor people, the Apple CEO claimed the cargo cult didn’t make products just for rich people.
$1.16 billion by 2020
The Internet of Things (IOT) platform market is expected to grow 35 percent annually to $1.16 billion by 2020, according to Verizon’s State of the Market: Internet of Things 2017 report.
The pain in Spain is mainly for Zuckerberg to explain
Facebook has been fined 1.2 million euros for collecting personal information from users in Spain that could then be used for advertising, the national data protection watchdog has growled.
US companies must not pay for their anti-trust antics
As might be expected, the EU court ruling which could be seen as favourable to Intel has lead to an appeal by Google.