OpenStack missing important bits says Intel
Published in News


Promises to help it out

Intel has told OpenStack fans that their favourite software is missing some important bits, and it wants to help out.

HTC Vive VR glasses delayed
Published in Wearables


You probably didn't see that one coming

HTC has announced that is pretty much delaying its Vive VR headset until next year.

Xbox-one Mini me does not exist
Published in Games


Microsoft denies everything

The dark satanic rumour mill might have been a bit broken when it was announced that Microsoft was about to launch an Xbox-mini.

Semiconductor makers brace for lay-offs
Published in Processors


Fings ain't what they used to be

Semiconductor companies are planning a round of lay-offs in the Far East as sales start to dry up.

Chinese smartphone makers carve up local market
Published in News


Whatever Apple claim

While Apple is claiming it is cleaning up in China, some figures in from the Far East suggest that the market has been carved up by local suppliers.

Google declares war on the EU
Published in News


Do your worst 

Google and the EU are on a collision course over the trade bloc's anti-trust charges.

Europe gets Huawei's  Honor 7
Published in Mobiles


Can't spell it

Huawei brought its youth-focused Honor 7 handset to Europe at last with a cheap price tag and an out-of-date US spelling.

Lenovo puts smartphones under Motorolla's umbrella
Published in Mobiles


Mobile shake up

Lenovo has decided to bolster its Motorolla brand and place its own smartphone doings under its control.

Scully is back
Published in Mobiles
27 August 2015

Scully is back


This time he is saving the planet with two new smartphones

The bloke who did the world a favour by sacking an increasingly unstable, megalomaniac called Steve Jobs from Apple is trying to do humanity another favour.

Intel gets into drones
Published in Wearables


Buy our chips or else

Chipmaker Intel is taking its competitive game up a notch by investing in its own drones.