Samsung will fix red screen tint
Published in Mobiles


After saying it was a default setting 

After initially saying that the red tint on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ was just a setting problem, Samsung has announced that it is issuing a software update to fix it.

Apple in space move
Published in News
24 April 2017

Apple in space move


Probably another tax dodge

The fruity cargo-cult Apple is desperately looking around for something to replace its dying iPhone cash-cow and has hired two Google satellite executives.

Qualcomm hints Snapdragon PCs are coming
Published in Processors


Windows with no hint of x86

Qualcomm has dropped a huge hint that we will see ARM based PCs in the shops in the fourth quarter.

Not all P10s are equal
Published in Mobiles


Reverse Flash


Huawei is warning that P10 and P10 Plus smartphones are shipping with slower storage.

Sapphire sets PULSE racing
Published in Graphics


Radeon RX 500 graphics cards


AMD chum Sapphire has released a new line of Radeon RX 500 graphics cards.

Apple paid royalties to Qualcomm
Published in News


Despite the law suits

Shareholders in Qualcomm breathed a sigh of relief after it was revealed that the fruity cargo cult Apple had been paying some of the money it owed for royalties.

Wikipedia did not ban the Daily Mail
Published in News


All fake news


It looks like Wikipeda has not succeed in banning references to the UK’s right-wing tabloid, the Daily Mail.

Microsoft changes Windows update programme
Published in News


Two feature updates a year

Software King of the World, Microsoft, is making a few changes to how it will service Windows, Office 365 ProPlus and System Center Configuration Manager.

Trump fails to create cyber security team
Published in News


But promises to arrest Julian Assange



Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has missed a deadline to create a cyber security team which was supposed to keep the Russians out of US networks.

MIT comes up with simple Graphene semiconductor production
Published in Processors


Cut and Paste copycat chips


Boffins at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a method which uses graphene to help photocopy semiconductor wafers.