Forbidden to fix it
An Italian teenager has found two zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple's OS X operating system that could be used to gain remote access to a computer.
Intel knocks in an own goal
While Chipzilla was banking on its Skylake chip to sort out its bottom line, it appears that it forgot to make nearly enough.
Trying to cheat the reaper
Troubled mobile phone outfit HTC has announced that it is sharpening its axe in a restructuring plan which will see it make money again.
Nvidia sorted sorta
TSMC has mentioned that it will be looking to commence production using its 16nm process in the third quarter now it looks like it is happening.
At last one which is affordable
Dell has released a Chromebook which is actually affordable and could end up in the paws of schoolkids or businesses.
Anything illegal will not work
Microsoft has changed the terms of its License Agreement on Windows 10 to allow it to sniff around and disable illegally obtained software or hardware.
Apple's over-hyped television service has been put on ice, pretty much like we expected.
Press pretends it is otherwise
The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to spin a story about how diverse Apple is after the company admitted it was mostly populated by white men.
Galaxy Note and a larger curved-screen S6 edge
Samsung has been showing off a new Galaxy Note phablet and a larger version of its curved-screen S6 edge smartphone.