Concerns about oversupply
DRAM maker Hynix has written a $25.94 billion cheque to build two new chip plants in South Korea.
Tinbox shifter Dell has created a new business unit to chase after the "second tier" of hyperscale customers.
Testing them in its lab
Samsung is rumoured to be testing the new Snapdragons in its labs, as a sign that the company has not given up on Qualcomm yet.
You got what you paid for
Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally admitted that its iPhone 6 Plus cameras were broken and has started a recall campaign.
Swatch boss says it is no revolution
Swatch CEO Nick Hayek has dismissed the Apple Watch as an "interesting toy" but shows no innovation.
Blackmail and suicide
The hackers who published the data from Ashley Madison hack appear to have taken more collateral damage than they expected.
Cunning plan to save flat panels
The troubled telly maker Sharp is in talks with Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn, for a tie-up in its struggling flat-panel display business.
Still no content
Worldwide Ultra HD (4K) LCD TV panel shipment volume grew 60.8 per cent sequentially in the second quarter of 2015, reaching around 9.2 million units despite the fact there is very little content out there.
Android fork goes international
Lenovo's new ZUK brand will use the Cyanogen OS and the gear will be seen outside of China.