Amazon sells its own brand of chips
Published in Processors

Right to bare ARMS

Online book seller Amazon is selling its own brand of ARM-based computer chips.

Microsoft beating Apple in tablets
Published in Notebooks

Marketing failure

Figures are starting to appear that Apple’s iron grip on the keyboardless netbook market has been lost to its old enemy Microsoft.

Asetek loses its cool over AMD Fury
Published in Graphics

Cease and Desist could create shortage

Liquid cooler supplier Asetek is furious over AMD’s liquid-cooled R9 Fury X and had its lawyers rattle off a cease and desist order. has a great deal on Motorola-made Nexus 6
Published in Mobiles

Drops 32GB version to US $200, 64GB to US $260 currently sell Google's previous flagship Motorola-made Nexus 6 smartphone for a rather incredible US $200 for the 32GB and US $260 for the 64GB version.

EU probes Amazon and Apple’s ebook cartel
Published in News

It seems that Jobs Mob has not learnt about not playing monopoly

While it waits for the US Supreme Court to let it off the hook for the last book cartel it organised, fruity cargo cult Apple is about to face an investigation for another one.

Amazon takes on UK supermarkets
Published in News

Tommorrow the world 

Online book seller Amazon is stomping on the feet of Britain's traditional supermarkets with the nationwide launch of packaged groceries for Amazon Prime members.

Google presses ahead with drones
Published in News

Service ready in two years

Online search outfit Google is pressing ahead with glorious two year plan to create a drone service.

Intel’s compute stick seen on Amazon
Published in Mobiles

Windows 10 for $153

Intel’s Compute Stick with Windows 10 pre-installed has appeared on Amazon for for $146.

Amazon purges itself of Apple
Published in News

Will not sell competing devices

Amazon has finally had a enough of Apple and is pulling its products from its store.

Apple hopes the Supremes will believe in them
Published in News

We are not gangsters really

Fruity Cargo cult Apple is hoping that the US Supreme Court will throw out a case in which its Messiah, Steve Jobs was found guilty of running an illegal cartel with the leading publishers which conspired to push up the price of books.