Mozilla plans VR in the browser
Published in News


It is doing something interesting after all

Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have finally come up with an idea that could make Firefox relevant again.

Investigators fear Apple is creating another illegal cartel
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Is Cook the Oh my God Father?

US Investigators have sent their elite team of untouchable law enforcers to investigate the racketeering allegations against the self-styled book king of Cupertino – Apple.

Stanford builds water based processor
Published in Processors


No liquidity problem

A team of Standford researches have been up on the roof during a lightning storm too many times and have emerged with a computer which powers the processor with water .

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 gets a customer
Published in Processors


Xiaomi not worried by the fire breathing dragon rumours

Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm whose Snapdragon 810 which has not been doing so well when it comes to customers, or heating has found a customer for its 820 model.

iOS copies Windows 8
Published in Mobiles


Exterminate the desktop

The fruity cargo cult, Apple, which  has never been afraid of taking people's useless ideas and turning them into money, has decided to copy Microsoft's least favourite idea – killing off the desktop in Windows 8.

Asus comes up with automated GPU machine
Published in Processors


Made by Robots

Asus has come up with a new fully automated graphics card production method. 

Messaging revenues plummet
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But use is going up

Data from Juniper Research has shown that the messaging market will decline from $113.5bn in 2014 to $112.9bn in 2019.

Apple burnt by Newsstand App
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Apple wanted too much of the pie 

Fruity cargo cult Apple's attempts to squeeze money from newspapers has failed completely and the outfit has pulled its much marketed Newsstand App.

Batteriser falls flat
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800 per cent claims questioned

An outfit which claims its Batteriser product can battery life by up to 800 per cent has been taking a hammering on the tech blogs.

Western chipmaker accused of employee mistreatment
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Going Dutch means long hours 

Dutch chipmaker NXP has been accused of forcing workers in its overseas factories to work too long and undermining local trade unions.