ARM being dragged down by Apple
Published in Processors


Too close for shareholders

Investors in ARM are deeply worried about its close relationship to the fruity cargo cult Apple.

Samsung puts 10nm FinFET in roadmap
Published in Processors


Don't jump to TSMC

Samsung has put 10nm FinFET in its roadmap to stop its customers migrating to TSMC.

Microsoft´s Q2 canned by Nokia write-off
Published in News


Worst quarter result in ages

Microsoft presented an awful financial report for its fiscal fourth quarter which showed its Nokia right off and poor software sales.

We were right Apple results are grim
Published in News


Tame Apple Press is spinning like a mad thing

Yesterday we warned the Tame Apple Press would be spinning what were expected to be bad results and we were right.

Affair site taken down by moralist hackers
Published in News


How moral is that?

The hacking of a website which was supposed to encourage people to have an affair has created a bit of a moral issue for the press.

Big Blue plummets further
Published in News


Reaching limbo levels

IBM revenues fell for the 13th quarter and missed the fairly low expectations of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street.

AMD adds new processor to Godavari line
Published in Processors


A8-7670K is now with us

AMD has added the A8-7670K to its Godavari APU lineup which has four Steamroller CPU cores clocked at 3.6GHz.

Paypal security glitch blocking users
Published in News


Security too tight to mention

Money site Paypal appears to have had technical problems as it tried to free itself from the corporate networks of Ebay and has been stopping some users from spending money for nearly six weeks.

We were right -- Qualcomm is laying off staff
Published in News


Rest of world catches up

The rest of the world has finally woken up to what we told it a week ago -- Qualcomm is preparing to lay off ten per cent of its staff. 

Apple adverts show it has lost its way
Published in Mobiles


Admits that others are doing the same things cheaper

Apple's latest wave of adverts seem dedicated to the fact that its rivals are producing products that are the same and much cheaper