But says it was a “public service”
Tsar Vladimir Putin has denied that his elite team of hackers were behind the hack of the Democratic Party, but does say who ever did it was carrying out a public service.
Changes in job adverts
Intel may have delayed the arrival of its 7 nm processing technology until 2022.
New benchmarks released
AMD is continuing to build up expectations for its new Zen-based Naples proccessor.
Desktop CPUs by the end of the year
Intel has begun delivering its next-generation notebook-use Kaby Lake processors and will start shipping comparable desktop-use CPUs by the end of 2016.
Robo-revolution better than smartphones
LG Electronics is turning to building robots and AI as a way of making up for the cash it has lost making smartphones.
30 Jobs owned items for sale
Jane Fonda is kicking off a trade in religious relics based around the worship of the dead Apple prophet, Steve Jobs.
Company stops selling and gears up for a recall
The Tame Apple Press has been delivered an early Christmas present as its rival Samsung stops selling its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after reports some of their batteries exploded while being charged.
Negotiations are under way
The former maker of expensive printer ink HPE is in talks with buyout firm Thoma Bravo to flog its software arm.
Mobile maker LG is teaming up with Amazon to churn out more intelligent home devices such as the Alexa virtual assistant on some of the electronics maker's devices.