Apple does the rest of the world a favour
The brilliant, super-cool security experts at Apple have installed a feature in the iOS which turns off all Apple gear within a wi-fi radius.
Yeah it is probably Intel
ASML, Europe's largest supplier to computer chip makers, will sell 15 of its extreme ultraviolet (EUV) chip etching systems to a "single U.S. customer" who is probably Intel.
In other news an Apple fanboy actually had a real girlfiend
A Japanese woman, who dated an Apple fanboy on the basis that at least he could not get another woman, was shocked to discover that he was cheating on her.
The German courts have cleared AdBlock Plus of any wrong doing meaning that it is legal to use the browser extension.
America's answer to everything
An American bloke who found his computer frustrating decided that the best way to tackle the problem was to fill it full of bullet holes.
TSMC sees gold in them thar hills
Internet of Things (IoT) will be the semiconductor industry's next growth driver, according to TSMC president and co-CEO CC Wei.
Into the normal price range
Sony has been showing off its comprehensive 4K Ultra HD TV lineup for those who want to be in advance of everyone else.
Promised you a miracle
TSMC is telling the world that it is optimistic about its abilities to make chips using super thin process technologies.
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.
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.