Apple to invent AR glasses
Published in Wearables


It is going be a game-changer

The super-cool and innovative tech power house Apple is rumoured to have come up with some game-changing glasses which superimpose information and pictures onto reality.

Most Americans listen to streaming music
Published in News


Apparently the most popular music in the world is made by a male duck


Beancounters working for Nielsen have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that most Americans get their music streamed to them.

Asus does better than expected
Published in News


$3.66 billion in fourth quarter


Asus did much better than anyone predicted in the fourth quarter and banked $3.66 billion thanks mostly to its successful ZenFone.

IBM is the most innovative company
Published in News


Sorry Steve 

While the Tame Apple Press is still trying to spin Jobs’ Mob as the most innovative in the world, the crown belongs to the outfit that Steve Jobs mocked – IBM.

Iran’s fear of breasts broke the internet in Hong Kong
Published in News


World swept into Iran’s battle with the Bazongas

Iran has a big problem with female breasts and one day decided that people on the internet should not be allowed to view them.

LG to put Wi-Fi in all its products
Published in Wearables


IoT if you want it or not

LG says that all its products will ship with Wi-Fi connectivity from this year.

Apple builds another data centre
Published in News


But is it another customs dodge?


Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple appears to have another wizard scheme to avoid paying customs duties while getting the government’s thumbs up.

LG to double large OLED production
Published in News


Will also increase small flexible OLED production

LG Display will double its output of large OLED panels and continuously increasing production of small flexible OLED panels for smartphones to attract more attention to the technology.

Google plans to get a $30 smartphone out
Published in Mobiles


Wants to get Android One price down


Google CEO Sundar Pichai wants to get the price of its Android One down from a good $100 to a better $30.

AMD says Ryzen is a glorious four-year plan
Published in News


Hard launch

After spending four years developing Ryzen, AMD plans to keep the architecture around for at least four more.