Boffins working on battery free mobile
Published in Mobiles


Zero power

Researchers from the University of Washington are working on a technique which will make batteries a thing of the past for mobile phones.

Western Digital calls foul in Tosh sale
Published in Processors


We matched rival's bids

Western Digital said it matched rival bidders' offers to acquire Japanese conglomerate Toshiba's flash memory unit which implies that Tosh was doing its best not to sell the until to its partner.

MIT boffin predicts telepathy soon
Published in News


We know what you are thinking


A former MIT professor and engineering executive at Facebook, Oculus, Intel, and Google claims she is close to make communicating telepathically happen relatively soon.

Microsoft snuggles Office and Windows in a bundle
Published in News


Until an anti-trust complaint surfaces 

Microsoft announced plans to start offering Windows 10 and Office together in a single subscription service.

iPhone Pro rumoured to start at $1,200
Published in News


Apple finally loses the plot


While there have been rumours circulating that the iPhone 8 will have a price which may exceed $1,000,  some Apple watchers think that the price will be much higher.

Canon faces EU fine
Published in News


Should not have bought Toshiba’s medical unit

EU regulators said they might fine Canon up to 10 percent of annual revenue for jumping the gun in its acquisition of Toshiba's Medical unit.

Samsung sees profits up by 72 percent
Published in Memory


Thanks for the memories


Samsung Electronics has said its second-quarter operating profit rose 72 percent from a year earlier to a new record.

Google is to be hit by another record fine
Published in Mobiles


EU antitrust watchdogs take another punch 

The EU is contemplating another record fine against Google.

Apple’s bug bounty programme failing
Published in News


Apple bugs are too valuable


When Apple launched its bug bounty programme last year, the Tame Apple Press thought it was the bee's knees, but what they are not telling you now is that it is a flop.

Microsoft’s OneDrive ignores Fat people
Published in News


Fat-wah issued on older file systems 

OneDrive users around the world have been upset Microsoft's cloud file syncing and storage system has suddenly stopped working with anything other than disks formatted with the NTFS file system.