Samsung guts R&D staff
Published in News
23 November 2015

Samsung guts R&D staff

Two thirds to go

Samsung Electronics is about to decrease personnel at its Samsung Seoul R&D Campus by as many as two-thirds in order to restructure its business model and operations

Arris router’s backdoors have a backdoor
Published in News

Because you can never have too many doors

While government spooks are trying to lean on manufactures to provide backdoors, Arris has gone one further and provided its backdoor with a backdoor.

Apple giving design a bad name
Published in News

Two former Apple designers moan

Fruity cargo-cult Apple has lost the plot when comes to design, according to two designers who helped build the company’s reputation.

LG pulls smartwatch
Published in News
20 November 2015

LG pulls smartwatch

Only the market for a week

LG has cancelled its latest smartwatch, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE after just six days on the market due to a “hardware issue.”

Apple iPad Pro has feature Microsoft did not think of
Published in Notebooks

Turns itself off and refuses to start

The fruity cargo cult Apple has been playing down claims that its new iPad Pro is just an expensive knock off of the Surface Pro by pointing out it has one important feature that Microsoft was not clever enough to invent.

Apple Music exec fails to understand women
Published in News

More bildge from Jimmy Iovine

Fruity cargo cult Apple revealed that it is essentially a religion for fanboys rather than fangirls, after a top executive demonstrated a complete lack of understanding what women actually do.

Microsoft has not given up on business phones
Published in Mobiles

CFO says "Lumia" for business is coming

Microsoft surprised the world when its new phone range failed to contain anything to interest business users – now it seems it is prepared to remedy that.

Nvidia hatches VR plan with Stanford University
Published in Mobiles

Next gen headsets which don't make you sick by 2018

Nvidia and Stanford University brewing a new generation of virtual reality headsets that could be in the shops by 2018.

Intel does not need PCs for growth
Published in Processors

Predicts it can make its cash elsewhere

Intel said 2016 sales will climb in the "mid single-digit" percent range and said it didn’t need a buoyant personal-computer market to make piles of dosh.

Reality will be the next big thing
Published in Wearables

Augmented and virtual everything by 2020

New research suggests that the next big thing in technology will be augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR).