Ends six years of litigation
After six years of litigation, Sony is now agreeing to pay the price for its 2010 firmware update that removed support for the Linux operating system in the PlayStation 3.
US$1.4 billion at stake
Intel is still contesting the landmark US$1.4 billion antitrust fine from the European Commission, which in May 2009 found it had abused its dominant position in the market for x86 processors.
On Apple’s home turf with a cheaper easier product
Smartphone leader Samsung is taking its eBanking product to the home turf of its rival Apple.
$400 million for trying to fix the price of ebooks
One of Steve Jobs’ more despicable moments has finally cost his fruity cargo cult money.
Will crush Chinese rivals
ISC Fujitsu is working on a supercomputer built around 64-bit ARMv8 cores and creating a machine which will clean the clock of the new crowned Chinese king of the supercomputers – Sunway TaihuLight machine.
Higher clock speeds
MSI has replied to TechPowerUp claims it has caught out MSI it out sending out review graphics cards with higher clock speeds out of the box.
Expecting the VR age
Valve is getting all moist about VR taking off and has allocated more than a third of its developers to coming up with games for the gizmo.
72-processors ready for AI
Chipzilla has announced that its 72-processor Xeon Phi now boots as a stand-alone, rather than as a coprocessor and can carry out multiprocessing tasks.
Easy installation into server banks
Nvidia's Tesla P100 GPU has become accessible to server banks after the outfit hammered it into a PCIe form factor.