Huawei expands into PCs
Published in Notebooks


Huawei sees something that others don't

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is planning a global expansion into computers.

Drone maker threatens its own users
Published in News


Hand over private data or we will brick your toys


The maker of expensive drones, DJI is threatening to brick users gadgets if they don’t hand over their personal data. on its website.

Republicans back mobile message spam
Published in News


It is what the corporates want


As part of making America Great again, the Republicans are sponsoring a bill which will allow corporations to leave sales messages on your mobile phone.

Microsoft to release Surface next month
Published in Notebooks


Expect moans from the Tame Apple Press 

Microsoft is set to release its anticipated Surface Studio device in the UK next month and we are expecting to see lots of complaints from the Tame Apple Press.

Premier Farnell turns Raspberry Pi into a PC
Published in Motherboards

Bare bones, bare bones dem, bare bones

Premier Farnell has turned the Raspberry Pi microcomputer into a fully-fledged PC.

AMD manages high yields on Ryzen
Published in Processors


More than 80 per cent


The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that AMD’s 14nm manufacturing process has a yield of 80 percent.

Microsoft wants to use DNA storage
Published in News


If you run out of storage you can just spit.

Boffins from Microsoft and the University of Washington are planning to encode cloud data onto synthetic DNA molecules.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is a rugged G6
Published in Mobiles


Leaked image 

A leaked snap of the ruggised Samsung Galaxy S8 Active shows it to look rather similar to LG's G6.

Huawei closing on Apple
Published in Mobiles


Headed to become a number two 

Huawei is slowly closing on Apple in a bid to replace the fruity cargo-cult as the number two of the smartphone industry.

Apple makes agreement with Nokia
Published in Mobiles


Strong arming on the licencing again


Fruity cargo cult Apple’s policy of boosting its margins as interest in its products sink appears to have scored a result with Nokia.