Nigerian man "arrested" for Phishing hack
Published in News


Send your bank account details as Los Angeles County takes the phish


Los Angeles County was a little embarrassed when its training exercise revealed that its staff opened one in ten phishing emails.

UK Labour Party moans about tech company algorithms
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Wants them all monitored


The UK Labour Party, which is currently dragging itself kicking and screaming to the 1970s, is having an ill-informed rant about tech companies who use things called algorithms.

Galileo takes off
Published in News
19 December 2016

Galileo takes off


Beelzebub has a devil put aside already

The European Space Agency (ESA) has announced that its Galileo satellite service has begun operations and will be providing a rival to the US GPS system.

Samsung might copy Apple’s dumb pricing
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S8 will be 20 per cent more

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Samsung has decided to copy one of Apple’s more surreal features – is silly pricing.

ARM buys HPC software maker
Published in Processors


New markets ahead


The Japanese-owned British fabless chipmaker ARM has written a cheque for an undisclosed sum for the HPC software maker Allinea.

Apple works out users want duel Sim's
Published in Mobiles


Tries to patent a dual-sim iPhone

Fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has finally worked out that everyone is using dual sim smartphones and is frantically trying to claim it invented the idea.

Apple is a Dickensian nightmare
Published in Mobiles


No lunch for you Oliver Twist


While Apple has been in hot water for over working employees working with its Chinese partners, it appears that the tax-dodging cargo cult treats its US workers poorly too.

2017 will be the year of ARM Windows
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Mother of Snapdragons might bite Intel

Next year will see the arrival of ARM based Windows machines and while the beasts have not been that popular in the past, it is expected that this time it will be different.

112.3 million smartphones shipped in China
Published in Mobiles


And nine million bicycles in Beijing

Figures in from the Far East show that the Chinese smartphone market is hotting up.

Assange says newspapers are not important now
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It is all about me


Wikileaks founder Julian Assange claims that newspapers are a thing of the past and news will now be delivered by foreign governments through agencies like his.