Flash in the pan
After a couple of months of rumours and speculation, troubled nuclear powered, electronics maker Toshiba has given up on its flash memory chip business and will flog most of it.
Nadella’s turnaround is working while Cook's is not
While the reign of the shy and retiring Steve “I never threw a chair at anyone” Ballmer was one of the best times for Microsoft news, the company has been having a bit of snooze for ages.
Thanks for the memory
Chipzilla has revealed that it has started shipping its Optane memory DIMMs to partners for testing.
Nanya warns of instability until third quarter
DRAM prices will rally throughout the second quarter of 2017 and finally sort themselves out in the third quarter.
She sells, CSHELLS by the sea shore
Software king of the world Microsoft is planning a cut down version of Windows 10 which will operate in the cloud.
Jobs’ Mob must go to court
It is starting to look like the FTC’s much publicised legal case against Qualcomm at the insistence of Apple is not going to go anywhere.
Bye-Bye American cloud business
The US-EU Data Shield agreement which took years to negotiate and enabled US cloud companies to operate in Europe has been squashed by President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump.
The future is Azure coloured
Microsoft’s latest results show that its future is rapidly depending on the rise of the cloud and its Azure product.
Trying to be Zen about it
Mega x86 chip outfit Intel is predicting a pretty flat 2017 after announcing mixed results for the last quarter of 2016.