Apple stores browser history for a year
Published in News


We thought it was not doing that

Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is refusing to fix a Safari feature which stores an Apple fanboy’s browser history on its iCloud.

Putin might deliver Snowden to Trump
Published in News


A present for his favourite new chum


Tsar Vladimir Putin is about to deliver NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden gift wrapped to his best friend Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump according to US intelligence sources.

Oracle continues to hassle Google over Android
Published in Mobiles

Java row goes on and on and on

Oracle has decided that it is not going to give up trying to convince the world that Google owes it billions for Android software.

Trend Micro hit by Wordpress blitz
Published in News


It obviously does not read Fudzilla


Last week we warned about a particularly nasty blitz on Wordpress sites from hackers trying to deface a vulnerably which allowed them to deface sites.

Key Trump adviser tried to flog WoW gold
Published in Games


Lost a fortune on it


President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s most popular advisor, Steve Bannon, managed to convince his old bosses at Goldman Sachs to make an incredible investment in a website flogged WoW gold.

Temperatures Ryzen for Intel
Published in Processors


A few performance and pricing leaks too


It seems that AMD is leaking like a drunk on his way home from a bar where all the public toilets are closed for refurbishment and there are no trees.

Judge sides with Microsoft over gagging orders
Published in News

DoJ can’t stop case going ahead

A judge has sided with Microsoft and allowed a court battle against government gag orders to go ahead.

Nougat starts to make an impact
Published in Mobiles


Still low


The latest Android version has finally managed to appear on more than one percent of phones.

Intel claims Cannonlake improvements
Published in News


15 percent figure touted


Intel was showing a slide at its investor day yesterday which claims that Cannonlake will give a 15 percent performance improvement.

All-in-one sales expected to pick up again
Published in Notebooks


After three years of slump

Analysts are predicting that All-in-one PC sales will pick up a bit this year after a dismal performance for the last three years.