Koreans think it is an over reaction
Korean experts are getting a little miffed at the way that the US government is handling Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall and is starting to suspect that it is an attempt to protect Apple.
Cue the hate
A Wall Street analyst, with no thought to his personal safety, has dared to question what AMD fans have been telling us for ages – Zen will bring about peace on earth, cure cancer and above all give Intel a good kicking.
The European Commission wants “all European households” to have a minimum Internet download speed of 100Mbps+ by 2025, with businesses and the public sector being told to expect 1Gbps+.
Increase of 13.2 percent
Beancounters from IDC have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and decided that China shipped 9.54 million wearable devices in the second quarter of 2016.
The Gods have spoken and the ground shakes
Samsung appears to have hacked off the gods – first its Note 7 batteries start exploding and now the ground is literally being pulled from under its feet.
End of an error
Oracle has decided that keeping its Java plug-in for browsers is completely pointless.
Super cool new feature
Apple fanboys are rushing over themselves to download the latest iOS 10 operating system which has a unique new super, cool function which bricks their iPhone.
No one interested in buying a super computer with no games
Those who thought that VR would be a cure for cancer will be disappointed to know that sales of the hardware have stalled already.
Wants a graphics core
AMD and Nvidia are apparently in a scrap to provide Samsung with a graphics core for its custom CPU.