May move to outsourcing
Software giant Microsoft has closed its China-based handset manufacturing plants in Beijing and Dongguang and might be looking to outsource to the same manufactures used by everyone else.
But PC numbers still slide
The maker of chips and bits, Intel is doing better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street expected.
Dirty deeds done dirt cheap
The European Commission has opened two antitrust investigations into Qualcomm's possible abuse of its market dominance of semiconductors.
Nadella denies pulling back
Microsoft is still going to press ahead with mobile despite cutting 7,800 jobs from the Nokia and hardware division, and an 80 per cent write off on the £4.6 billion Nokia deal.
One already being exploited
Oracle has just fixed 25 vulnerabilities in its aging Java platform, including one that's already being exploited in attacks.
35 years and I still hate them
After 35 years the first computer, upon which I learnt to program Pascal is back in the shops – as a smart phone.
The takeover of the chipmaker Micron by a Chinese government controlled outfit is going to be extremely tricky, warned analysts.
$6.44 billion in sales
Dutch outfit ASML Holding, the world's second largest maker of semiconductor production equipment has managed to flog more than $6.44 billion worth of gear.
Stealing electricity to feed his hungry phone
An Apple Fanboy is furious that the UK transport police did not seem to understand that his ownership of a Jobs' Mob gadget gave him the right to steal electricity from the train company to power the device.