Why can't Apple get the batteries right?
The Tame Apple Press is having to admit that its favourite company's iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is a lemon... or at least is better off powered by one.
New software for testing chips
Siemens Digital Industries has launched new software called Tessent Multi-die that automates a design process for testing chips made with advanced packaging.
Companies might need to tell people when they are hacked
After a huge embarrissing hack the Australian government is finally getting tougher on businesses who keep such hacks secret.
Breached UK data protection laws
TikTok faces a £27 million fine after a British government investigation found it breached UK data protection laws and failed to protect children's privacy.
Although they would say that
Spooks for the Ukrainian government warned that the Kremlin is planning to carry out “massive cyberattacks” targeting power grids and other critical infrastructure in Ukraine and in the territories of its allies.
Amazon says it is science fantasy
Fears that developers jobs be taken by machines have been dismissed by Amazon big wig Vasi Philomin.
Users should pay
Europes big telcos including BT, Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom want users to pay for the costs of data fuelled by the global streaming and internet boom.
It is amazing how you can survive with something so small
Korean Boffins have developed a microscope which can see through your skull and develop a high-resolution 3D imaging of the neural network.
Microsoft, Google, and Apple using their browsers to shut down browser rivals
Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation are hacked off that Microsoft, Google, and Apple are using their operating systems to steer users to their browsers and stacking the deck against rivals.
Installment plan to help more people into debt does not work
Fruity cargo cult Apple's moves into the financial sector are working out about as well as you expect and its flagship "Apple Pay Later" has been ironically delayed until next year.