Apple has time-keeping problems again
Published in News

This time it peeved the Pixies

There is something really wrong with the fruity cargo cult Apple’s relationship with the time – for some reason its programmers always have trouble with it.

QNAP releases first Thunderbolt 2 NAS
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Media market

QNAP Systems has released what it claims is the world’s first Thunderbolt 2 Turbo NAS.

Snapdragon 820 might have heating problems
Published in Processors

Qualcomm denies it

The original story was pulled from the website and Qualcomm sent us the following statement:

Open source would not have prevented  VW problems
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Not enough checkers in the universe

The recent VW emissions scandal has led many to suggest that such software should be open source to prevent car makers getting away with this sort of thing.

Microsoft’s Edge grinding to a halt
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This is a dead Spartan

Microsoft’s Edge, formally known as Spartan, appears to be grinding to a halt and no-one seems to be caring much about it.

Nintendo’s results weaker than expected
Published in Games

But 3DS sells well

Nintendo has reported a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the July-September quarter but there are signs that things are picking up.

Early China launch saved Apple's figures
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Analysts worried about cracks in the dam

Despite doing its best to spin yesterday’s results, the Fruity cargo cult Apple’s figures are starting to show signs that the outfit is unable to maintain its record growth.

European Parliament end to roaming charges
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Also ends throttling.

The European parliament has voted the adoption of rules surrounding net neutrality, internet traffic management and global roaming charges today.

AMD brings out the Magnum Force
Published in Graphics

Mystery product

It would appear that AMD has a mystery product called Magnum which seems to have something to do FPGA and DTV.

Intel’s mad about Saffron
Published in Processors

They call it mellow yellow

Intel is buying Saffron AI which is a startup that makes a cognitive computing platform that is reminiscent of IBM’s Watson technology.