South Korean watchdog cuts Qualcomm fine
Published in News

Only $200 million now

South Korea’s antitrust regulator has lowered a decade-old penalty imposed on U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm by 18 percent to $200 million.

Google fined $1.7 billion for search ad blocks
Published in News

Adsense costs Google 1.49 billion euro

Google has been fined 1.49 billion euro by the European Commission which said that the case focused on the company’s illegal practices in search advertising brokering from 2006 to 2016.

Kaspersky Lab makes antitrust complaint against Apple
Published in News

Oh those Russians

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has filed an antitrust complaint against the fruity cargo cult Apple with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service.

Poll: AI could do a better job than politicians
Published in AI

 Not saying much – even a cat would realise Brexit was a bad idea

A new survey on Europeans' attitudes towards technology found that a quarter of people would prefer it if policy decisions were made by artificial intelligence instead of politicians.

Apple earbuds will spy on you
Published in News

As well as wireless charging and voice controls

Fruity cargo cult Apple has released some new wireless earbuds which will listen to your every move at no extra charge.

Brother releases rugged printers for business
Published in Mobiles

It is a growth area

 Brother UK has launched a new line of rugged mobile print devices which is one area of the print market which is growing.

Ecommerce fraud on the rise
Published in News

Despite an increase in security spending

The annual BRC Retail Crime Survey report shows that there has been an exponential increase in e-commerce fraud.

Apple “refreshes” iMacs with old technology
Published in PC Hardware

Didn’t even bother changing the design

The fruity cargo cult Apple showed its commitment to direct users by releasing a refresh of its iMacs which are not much better than the already out of date versions on the market.

Apple ignores users in Flexgate row
Published in PC Hardware

Refuses to admit design flaw

The fruity cargo cult Apple is refusing to acknowledge that its MacBook Pros are suffering from a design flaw.

Trump’s Huawei blockade fails in Europe
Published in Network

Sorry, we want cheaper 5G

European governments appear to be ignoring US president Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s persecution of Huawei.