Samsung asks court to see common sense over Apple patents
Published in Mobiles


Good luck with that

Samsung has urged a US appeals court on Tuesday to find that a jury in 2014 should not have made the South Korean company pay nearly $120 million to Apple for infringing three patents – The three slide-to-unlock, autocorrect and quick links features.

Apple kills iPhone headphone socket
Published in Mobiles


New cables for iPhone 

It has been confirmed that Apple is going to force its beleaguered users to ditch their headphones in favour of more expensive wireless or Lightning sets.

Apple out-designed by HP
Published in News


Oh the shame of it. Even a printer ink maker can do better

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has out designed Apple and created a much thinner notebook that Sir Jonny Ive could.

Broadcom takes pressure off the CPU
Published in Network


Puts 64-bit quad-core on the router

Broadcom announced a 64-bit quad-core processor for high-end routers which is being geared for enterprises and smart-homes.

Wearable computer maker’s 2016 predictions
Published in Wearables


APX Labs’ oracles for the year

The developer of the Skylight platform for enterprise wearable technology has released its 2016 Predictions: What's Next in Wearable Technology report which it claims are based on data collected from the State of Enterprise Wearables survey.

MediaTek expands wearble technology  R&D teams
Published in Wearables


Already has two IoT chips

MediaTek has expanded the R&D team within its IoT (Internet of Things) business unit to more than 200 engineers and released two new IoT chips.

Occulus Rift goes to pre-order
Published in Wearables


Timer set for January 6

A timer has started for pre-orders of the Occulus Rift Virtual Reality machine.

Apple shares continue to tank
Published in News


Fears of iPhone and China dependence

Wall Street’s love affair with the fruity cargo cult is definitely slipping as the cocaine nose jobs wake up to the fact that the company is unlikely to hold its historically high earnings.

Apple software most vulnerable and buggy
Published in News


Even worse than Flash

Fruity cargo cult Apple is actually peddling software which is even less secure than Adobe Flash Player, according to new statistics.

Lenovo Chromebooks get a big RAM refresh
Published in Notebooks


Nothing to be sheepish about

The Chinese maker of the Thinkpad, Lenovo has refreshed its new T450 range and is finally giving it all the RAM that its users can eat.