Round two between Apple and Qualcomm kicks off
Published in Mobiles

Will there be an iPhone ban?

The second trial between Jobs' Mob and Qualcomm before the US International Trade Commission has opened with the risk that the iPhone should be banned from the United States.

Trump's FCC boss calls California's net neutrality illegal
Published in News

A risk to the rest of the country

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai dubbed California's net neutrality bill "illegal" saying it "poses a risk to the rest of the country".

AMD lists  Ryzen 7 2800H and the Ryzen 5 2600H
Published in PC Hardware

Gaming chips come to notebooks

AMD listed the Ryzen 7 2800H and the Ryzen 5 2600H on its website which means that Raven Ridge architecture, found in the Ryzen 5 2400G and the Ryzen 3 2200G, is coming to gaming notebooks.

Trump spares the Apple watch
Published in Mobiles

But the iPhone could face double tariffs 

US president Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has spared the Apple iWatch from his tariffs, but will not save the iPhone.

Amazon plans to release eight IoT devices
Published in IoT

Alexa powered

Online bookseller Amazon is planning to release at least eight  new voice controlled hardware devices before the end of the year.

Sony finally admits it does not own Bach
Published in News


Promises to stop suing those who play with their G string

Music publishing company Sony has finally admitted that it does not really own the entire works of Bach and will stop suing those who insist on playing his pieces. 

Saudi Arabia invests in Tesla rival
Published in Transportation

Now that women are allowed to drive their kids to school

Saudi Arabia has agreed to invest more than $1 billion in Tesla rival Lucid which wants to build a new high performance electric car.

Older iPhones will lose dongles
Published in Mobiles

Apple move will hurt audio chip supplier Cirrus Logic.

Apple's older iPhones will no longer include lightning-to-headphone jack adapters and Barclays has warned that this would hurt audio chip supplier Cirrus Logic.

VW wants to set some universal self-driving car standards
Published in Transportation

Just don't mention diesel

Hitler's favourite car company is in talks with other carmakers to set common standards for self-driving vehicle technology.

Nvidia wants to fix abnormal brain images
Published in AI

Just hope the drivers work

Nvidia is working on a fix for one of the major problems of using AI for brain scans.