OS/2 Warp returns from dead
Published in News


Blue Lion claims to be all modern


An outfit called Arca Noae is working on a new release of the X86 OS/2 operating system code named "Blue Lion".

Hadoop is rubbish and users up in arms
Published in News


New report shows


A happy Hadoop customer is rarer than an intelligent, charismatic politician, according to a new Datanami report.

Woz invests big in automated paper-digitisation
Published in News


Robot's Staple diet creats more cash 


The real brains behind Apple, Steve Wozniak, has written a cheque for a huge chunk of the automated paper-digitization company named Ripcord.

South Korean watchdog bites Qualcomm
Published in News


Qualcomm blocked Samsung from flogging Exynos


The South Korea Trade Commission has decided that Qualcomm prevented Samsung from selling its Exynos processors to various third-party phone manufacturers.

GameStop falters
Published in Games
27 March 2017

GameStop falters


Stores shutting 

GameStop is being forced to shutter at least 150 of its 7,500 US stores.

TSMC will pilot 12-inch facility early next year
Published in Processors


Full production in the second half


TSMC is going to start moving 12-inch equipment into its Nanjing plant in the second half of 2017.

Multi-GPU Vulkan will not be just for Windows
Published in Graphics


Headed for Linux too 

Vulkan graphics API was supposed to be cross-platform and fix the issue of DirectX 12 only being available on Windows 10.

Fossil Group releases new smartwatches and hybrids
Published in Wearables


It is the height of fashion ya know?


Fashion watch maker Fossil Group has been showing off its latest batch of smartwatches and hybrid watches at Baselworld 2017.

Nintendo thinks it will sell 10-20 million Switches
Published in Games


Sold a million in the first week


Despite complaints that the Switch had a few problems, Nintendo thinks it will sell between 10-20 million of them in the first year.

Spooks were hacking Apple gear for decades
Published in Mobiles


All the while people were saying it was impossible


The Central Intelligence Agency was bugging iPhones and Macs through-out the period that the Apple users claimed they were safe from intrusion.