Intel might be hiding mobile loses
Published in Mobiles


Chipzilla denies it

It appears that Chipzilla has worked out a cunning plan to prevent people worrying about all the money it is losing trying to buy its way into the mobile market.

Nvidia wins patent round against rival chipmakers
Published in News


Early days yet

Nvidia is claiming a victory in its patent case against Samsung and Qualcomm in the US after an International Trade Commission has returned a pretrial claim construction ruling that it claims favours the outfit.

Nintendo tries to screw money out of reviewers again
Published in News


You pay for our advert

Computer gaming outfit Nintendo, whose toilet themed games consoles are flushing down the loo have thought it a natty idea to try and screw cash out of you-tube reviewers.

New Apple TV will not stream 4K
Published in News


Cutting edge? Not likely

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that there is no point being cutting edge and expensive when you can peddle old technology and still charge an arm and a leg.

Coppers find hackers too hard to catch
Published in News


Only one hacker a month arrested

Despite 100,000 cyber crimes being committed every year UK coppers only caught 12 hackers.

Intel boss banked $11.2 million last year
Published in News


You get what you pay for

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich made $11.2 million in total compensation in 2014.

Tame Apple Press tries to give Samsung bendgate
Published in Mobiles


Fails

The Tame Apple Press desperate to prove that the technologically superior Galaxy S6 had the same bending problem as Apple's iPhone 6 might have bitten off more than it could chew.

GlobalFoundries surprises with 14nm announcement
Published in Processors


Thanks to Samsung

GlobalFoundries has started its ramp up in production of 14nm technology and it is mostly thanks to its partnership with Samsung.

Sharp sword to LCD production
Published in News


Wants government investment

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that loss-making Japanese electronics maker Sharp is planning to spin off its LCD panel business.

Beware Three's Italian Android apps
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Adjusts contracts with an offer you can’t refuse

Italian telco Three has been distributing an Android app which adjusts its customer contracts to more expensive options and then refuses to offer refunds.