Apple set to make killing from iWatch
Published in Wearables


There really is no hope for humanity

While anyone with any technical sense has placed the iWatch on "avoid," Apple has already made $3 billion on the chocolate teapot tech.

Google allows you to download your entire search history
Published in News


Now you will know what the NSA does

While there has been some controversy about search engines handing over histories to the cops, it appears that Google is allowing people do download their entire history and export it.

Strong ARM tactics yield results
Published in News


Cash pile building

Chip designer ARM reported a 36 per cent rise in first-quarter net profit amid strong demand for its technology.

Samsung thumps Intel in SSD battle
Published in News


Catfight on SSDs makes Intel howl

Samsung ruled the global solid state drive (SSD) market last year with a market share double that of its main rival Intel.

TSMC will have 10nm fab by middle of next year
Published in Processors


Breaking ground in June

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will break ground for a new fab at its 12-inch wafer plant in central Taiwan in June.

US gun maker buys Websense
Published in News


Making hackers squeal like a pig

A US gunmaker has decided to write a jolly big cheque for a leading web security outfit.

 

Israeli security Checkpoint expands
Published in News


Another profit in the Promised Land

Network security provider Check Point Software has posted a better than expected first-quarter profit and plans a round of business expansion to celebrate.

Assange's face causes mass walk-out
Published in News


Aussie convict is an insult to British Justice

The Commonwealth Law Conference in Glasgow was subjected to walk outs and boycott from Judges and Lawyers once it became known that Julian Assange was to appear by video link from the Ecuadorian embassy.

D-Link says sorry for being rubbish
Published in News


Router Security is pants

D-Link has said sorry to its customers for an on-going security issue with many of its routers.

ARM buys two IoT outfits
Published in Wearables


Because you can never have too many

British chip designer ARM has been writing cheques to buy two outfits to give it an edge on the Internet of Things market.