Tech companies ask the Supremes to stop government spying
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Oi coppers! Leave our phones alone
 
More than a dozen high technology companies and have asked the US Supreme Court to make it harder for government officials to access individuals' sensitive mobile data.

HP continues on Continuum
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Claims it has an assurance from Redmond

While Windows roadmaps show a rather big hole where mobile should be, HP insists that it has been assured by Redmond there are no plans to drop Continuum.

Chipzilla confirms Ice lake
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Intel will make it on 10nm + if it does not slip up

Intel has confirmed the existence of a new processor family called Ice Lake that will be made on Intel's 10nm+ process. 

Fiat cars will soon have Intel under the bonnet
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Self-driving alliance formed


BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye announced today that they have signed a memorandum of understanding with Fiat Chrysler to be the first automaker to join them in developing a world-leading, state-of-the-art autonomous driving platform for global deployment.

Blockstream gets its own satellite
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Bong, bong, bong satellite of cash

Blockstream announced the availability of Blockstream Satellite, a new service that broadcasts real time Bitcoin blockchain data from a group of communication satellites in space to almost everyone on the planet to anyone who wants it.

Global digital gaming to grow
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Online, mobile, digital console and computer games will be three quarters of revenue

Beancounters at Research and Markets' have just released a report claiming that digital gaming will see double digit growth in the next few years.

DoJ demands IP addresses of those who don't like Trump
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Warrants issued for most of America

The US government wants the IP addresses of anyone who visited an anti-Trump website.

Intel gives up on Trump
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The future is not bright and it is not orange

After a few months of trying to butter up Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump, Intel has decided to cut its losses.

Server DRAM supply tight
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Cutting off the blood supply

Server DRAM revenue from Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron Technology rose by 30 percent sequentially in the second quarter as the tight supply of DRAM chips continued to lift average selling prices, according to market watcher DRAMeXchange. The firm expects server DRAM supply to remain tight throughout the remainder of 2017.

Qualcomm details Apple modem issue
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Tells the watchdog

Chipmaker Qualcomm showed further details about the impact of the fruity cargo-cult Apple refusing to pay up on its licences and its modem competition with Intel.