Lenovo releases new Yoga range
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Yoga 700 looks so cool and cheap

Lenovo has just released its Yoga 700 range which is super practical and has a reasonable price.

Google killing off Chrome OS
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Android won the war

Search engine Google looks set to scrap its Chrome OS and replace it with a consolidated version of Android that runs on PCs.

Chinese foundries developing FinFET rival
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Slimming down with Ultra-Thin Body processes

Chinese foundries are ignoring FinFET technology and are developing Fully Depleted Silicon-on-Insulator (FD-SOI), or also called Ultra-Thin Body (UTB), processes for wafer production.

Apple hopes the Supremes will believe in them
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We are not gangsters really

Fruity Cargo cult Apple is hoping that the US Supreme Court will throw out a case in which its Messiah, Steve Jobs was found guilty of running an illegal cartel with the leading publishers which conspired to push up the price of books.

Early Apple creative expert joins Huawei
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Abigail Brody was one of the rounded rectangle team

One of Appleā€™s key designers from the Steve Jobs era has signed up to work for the Chinese mobile maker Huawei.

UMC expects chip shipping fall
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Falling capacity

Foundry UMC is expecting its shipments to fall by five percent in the fourth quarter of 2015, as a result of ongoing inventory adjustments within the industry supply chain.

Chinese Tablet makers turn production lines to notebooks
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Fad has passed

The Chinese white box tablet makers have decided that there is no more mileage in the so called game changing tablet technology.

Nintendo delays mobile game releases
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Shares tank

Shares in Nintendo tanked yesterday as the company announced that it was delaying the release of its games onto mobile phones and tablets.

LG did better than expected
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But earnings plunged 37 per cent

Telly maker LG saw its third-quarter operating earnings fall nearly 37 per cent but is patting itself on the back because things could have been a lot worse.

Narcissistic photo editing apps kill traditional skills
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Most people doctor their snaps

Apps like Instagram are killing traditional photo editing skills, according to new research.