EU opens investigation
The EU is worried that the convicted anti-trust cartel owner Apple might be up to its old tricks again.
Despite stopping the sale of Windows phones last week
The dark satanic rumour mill suggests that Microsoft is still working on creating a surface phone, despite generally abandoning the smartphone market to Google and Apple.
Untouchables are not supposed to touch the stuff
FBI plans to hire skilled hackers are going "up in smoke" because it is finding it hard to recruit tech whizzes because most of them would fail any test for cannabis use.
All part of a cunning plan to move away from PC dependence
As part of its cunning plan to reduce its dependence on the PC Intel and its ecosystem partners are showcasing a range of interconnected and intelligent technologies to enable Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions at Hannover Messe.
Pay up or you will not get patches and security updates
Business users of Java SE 8 have been told that they will no longer receive patches and security updates for the software from the beginning of next year, unless they write a cheque for a commercial licence.
But not before the summer
Jim Anderson, senior vice president at AMD, has hinted that a second-generation Ryzen CPUs with a Ryzen 7 2800X, is in the works and indicated that AMD has held off on releasing the more powerful part to wait and see what Intel does first.
Despite a downturn in Apple sales
Despite the fact that Apple lost sales on its over-priced iPhone X, its number one partner TSMC is rumoured to be about to score record profits in 2018.
IoT making supply to tight to mention
Demand for IoT chips is putting pressure on Taiwan and China's eight inch fabs and supply is starting to get tight.
Who did not see that happening?
AMD is gathering evidence that Nvidia's partner programme is part of a clever game of monopoly designed to force suppliers to land on Park Lane and Mayfair.
You get to shoot financial reporters
High Tech lemon Theranos, which was once worth $9 billion developed a computer game which gave its employees a chance to shoot the financial journalists which eventually bought the company to its knees.