Fanboys claim Apple should have protected them
Apple fanboys have taken Jobs’ Mob to court for not doing enough to protect them while driving.
Holy grail for hackers
Two years after Google showed how Rowhammer attacks could flip dynamic random access memory (DRAM) bits to induce those memory cells to change their state, IBM has shown how it can target MLC NAND flash memory.
Chipzilla enters the fight and provides real competition
Blackberry shares have been plunging from their more than two year high hit in June after lackluster earnings have raised doubts about prospects for a turnaround, particularly as Intel appears to be eating into its markets.
Opens the open sauce bottle
Oracle wants to give up leading the development of enterprise Java and is looking for an open source foundation to take on the role.
An 'unacceptable threat'
The Untouchables are briefing private sector companies on intelligence claiming to show that the Moscow-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab is an unacceptable threat to national security.
Musk never sleeps
Tesla boss Elon Musk is among a group of 116 founders of robotics and artificial intelligence companies which is calling on the United Nations to ban autonomous weapons.
Network not Netbook chips
Chipzilla has released a few details on its Atom C3000, and unlike previous flavours of Atom these are being tipped for the network rather than home use.
Higher costs and parts shortages
Thinkpad maker Lenovo warned of higher costs and margin pressure due to shortages of components like memory chips, as it posted its first quarterly loss in almost two years.
Apple Press calls for a public holiday
The Tame Apple Press is making much hay over the fact that 10,000 batteries for the Galaxy Note 4 are being recalled for risk of overheating that could lead to burns or fires.