Died in his sleep
The tech world has been surprised by the shock death of Paul Otellini, Intel's previous CEO, who died in his sleep on Monday. He was 66.
Not the US
As we predicted,TSMC will build the 'world's first' semiconductor plant to support the creation of 3nm node silicon chips in Taiwan.
Nvidia has recruited Gigabyte and Leadtek Research into a glorious AI alliance.
Wants it combatted anyway
The UK Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has admitted that she doesn't understand end-to-end encryption, but still wants to "to find the best way to combat" it.
Off to join something more healthy
The bloke in charge of turning Blackberry from a loss making mobile phone company to a patent troll has given up and moved to the health industry.
What could be wrong with that?
HPE could be in trouble after Hewlett Packard Enterprise allowed a Russian defence agency to review the inner workings of cyber defence software used by the Pentagon to guard its computer networks.
All slanted at promoting US racial tension
More than 10 million people in the United States saw politically divisive ads on Facebook that the company said were bought in Russia in the months before and after last year’s US presidential election.
There is no spoon
A team of theoretical physicists from Oxford University has provided definitive proof that life and reality cannot be merely simulations generated by a massive extra-terrestrial computer.
Just plug it in and watch the fireworks
Those super, cool, innovative design people at Apple have slipped in an easter egg function with the new iPhone 8 Plus so that it detonates when you try to recharge it.
13.7 million units in 2017, growing to 81.2 million units by 2021
Beancounters at IDC have been shuffling their tarot decks and reached the conclusion that AR and VR are going to continue to grow like crazy – despite the fact that other analysts are not so sure.