Trouble at mill
Toshiba has had to push back its timeline to clinch a sale of its flash memory chip unit, saying the $18 billion deal was being held up due to differences of opinion within the consortium chosen as preferred bidder.
Can't replace your laptop – even for email
While the Tame Apple press has been doing its best to present the illusion that Apple's new iPad Pro is super, cool, and fantastic, it appears that there are more sensible reviewers out there.
Has no problem with duck-billed Platypus
They might have a reputation of being the dullest but safest cars in the world, but Volvo’s self-driving cars are having a problem down under.
New technology to tackle mining issues
Nvidia hopes to take custom away from its rival AMD by building a chip which is designed for digital currency mining.
What could go wrong?
Britain’s largest and most expensive new warship is running the outdated Microsoft Windows XP.
Support life doubles
Intel has doubled the lifecycle support for its whole series of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions platforms from seven years to 15 years.
Caught playing monoploy
The European Commission has fined Google €2.42 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules, saying the search engine outfit has abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another Google product, its comparison shopping service.
New business is borked
Swedish outfit Ericsson has given up on getting more clients beyond the telecoms industry to refocus on selling networks to mobile phone companies.
Tim Cook’s latest theory
The supreme pooh-bah of the tax-dodging fruity cargo-cult, Tim Cook, has named India as the nation most likely to save Apple from its falling profits.