Google rubs in tech-superiority over watch tech
Published in Wearables


Allows fanboys to defect

Search engine outfit Google is offering Apple fanboys a way to get a proper smartwatch without losing the only product that Jobs’ Mob makes – the iPhone.

Lenovo sentences Motorola brand to death
Published in Mobiles


Moto will go on

Lenovo has decided that it will stop using the Motorola name for its phones in 2016 killing off the venerable brand name.

Quarter of all Android phones to get pressure sensitive screens
Published in Mobiles


Apple had them now everyone else will want them

Dispite the fact that no one was interested in pressure sensitive touch phones until Apple released the iPhone 6S this year. HIS believes that many big names including Samsung, Sony and Xiaomi phones are suddenly going to discover the feature which has been part of Android since the beginning.

Qualcomm lands lots of orders next year
Published in Processors


14nm FinFET LPP Snapdragon 820 saved its bacon

Qualcomm appears to have had a sudden rash of orders for its chips, leading some to speculate that might be the reason the outfit did not try to hive off its chip business.

Firefox windows finally gets 64-bit
Published in News


Mozilla wakes up

Mozilla has finally delivered a 64-bit version of Firefox.

Apple iPhone losing ground to Android
Published in Mobiles


The dream is over


For a while now we have been warning that Apple is losing ground in pretty much all its business sectors but now it seems some figures are confirming it.

Microsoft gets PCs and phone udates  lined up
Published in News


More updates coming


Software giant Microsoft has finally managed to link its PC windows with Mobile and now both will be updated at the same time.

Android inventor planning smartphone business
Published in News


Return to the industry

The bloke credited with inventing Android is about to get back into the mobile industry with a smartphone company of his own.

Tablet doom will harm Android
Published in Mobiles


Microsoft should be happy

Beancounters at IDC claim that the decline of tablets will harm Android but prop up the windows operating system

Ballmer says Windows should support Android apps
Published in Mobiles


Quietly commenting on the side lines

The shy and retired former Microsoft CEO Steve “there is a kind of hush” Ballmer has suggested that his former company has called for Redmond to make its windows software run android apps.