He gets everywhere
Vladimir Putin's is trying make it look like the dual-screen YotaPhone is actually popular by spiking reviews.
Leaves SATA drives in the dust
Intel has launched new 750-series solid state drives, based on PCIe and NVMe interfaces, enabling substantially higher performance than the company’s SATA SSDs.
Llano should not have been Godot
AMD must face claims that it committed securities fraud by hiding problems with the bungled 2011 launch of Llano that eventually led to a $100 million writedown, a US court has decided.
Pixels last as long as Game of Thrones extra
T-Mobile subscribers on xda-developers forums have been moaning that the Galaxy S6 edge units they received had display problems.
Time to face the music
EU regulators think it is time that Apple faced the music over the way it has handled its streaming service in the old country.
Brave new world makes us feel old
One of the first stories I wrote was a yarn about some new server software called Apache – now both of us are feeling pretty old.
You get what you pay for
When the new MacBook came out the Tame Apple press launched a ton of free PR for their favourite company praising how much it looked like Apple's Air.
With Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 SoC
Just as its new flagship, the HTC One M9, started to appear in European retail/e-tail, HTC announced a new version of the HTC One M8 smartphone, the new mid-range HTC One M8s.
The River Phison swept me away....
NAND flash device controller supplier, which is not named after a biblical river, Phison Electronics is looking to expand its SSD operation in 2015.
Long expected anti-trust case
The EU is pressing ahead with its plan to sue Google for anti-trust antics