iPhone 7 catches fire too
Published in Mobiles
30 September 2016

iPhone 7 catches fire too

Don't expect a swift recall

It seems when the iPhone 7 catches fire no one pays any interest and no one calls for an immediate recall, or for them to banned on aircraft.

Rogue fanboy crushes Apple store with his giant balls
Published in News

Revenge over payment issue

A French man decided to  crush an Apple store with his huge balls of steel.

TSMC promises to prop up Moores Law
Published in Processors

Old Moore’s almanac

TSMC has said it will prop up Moore's Law and will innovate to keep it going.

Sharp to spend $570 million on OLED
Published in Graphics

Back in the game

Japan's Sharp is to spend $570 million on its OLED screen business in one of the first major investments since it was taken over by Foxconn.

NXP wants to sell itself to Qualcomm
Published in News

$30 billion deal

NXP Semiconductors is exploring selling itself to Qualcomm in a deal that could be valued at more than $30 billion.

Put your D-Link DWR-932 in the bin
Published in News

Router is borked

A security expert has found that the LTE router/portable wireless hotspot D-Link DWR-932 is probably better in the rubbish bin where it can do no harm.

Apple users want the Jack back
Published in News

Turning to a case to solve the problem

While the fruity tax-dodging cargo cult thinks that it will make a killing by removing the headphone jack from its iPhone 7, it seems that there is a movement among fanboys to bring it back.

Note 7s back on sale on Saturday
Published in Mobiles

October 1

Samsung will put its Galaxy Note 7 back on the market next week after pulling millions off them after discovering faulty batteries were causing some to melt.

SAP buys cloudy software outfit
Published in News

Altiscale becomes part of the mystery

The esoteric business software outfit which makes expensive business software which no one can be certain what it does, has just bought the cloud start-up Altiscale.

Blackberry gives up on Smartphones
Published in Mobiles

End of an error

BlackBerry has said it's getting out of the hardware business and will "outsource that function to partners."