We are surprised it has the cash
Troubled mobile phone maker Blackberry is writing a cheque for rival mobile software provider Good Technology for $425 million.
All things are One Thing and No-thing
ASUS has been demonstrating its new Zen AiO S series all-in-one PCs.
Major changes already
Software King of the World Microsoft is planning to release a major upgrade to Windows 10.
Building its own power plant
Contract chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is thinking of generating electricity in-house.
Old tech is back
Technology last seen in the failed Laser Disk players has been dusted off to help build self driving cars.
Wants wider adoption
Samsung to make its Tizin smartwatch work with competitors' Android smartphones.
Most of the US's manufacturing base
The US government is planning shedloads of sanctions against China, forgetting that most of its IT is manufactured behind the bamboo curtain.
So much for optimism
Hopes that that the semi-conductor market might pick up have been dashed by the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA).
Potentially dead and alive market
Software giant Intel has decided that there is money to be had in making quantum chips which are based on whether or not a theoretical cat is potentially dead or alive, or just popped out for a bit.