Apple doomed unless it can come up with something else
IDC beancounters have added up some numbers and worked out that we have reached "peak smartphone" which means that unless Apple can come up with a new cash cow, it is doomed to maintain or lose its stonking sales figures.
Spectre and Meltdown attracts lawyers like flies
Chipzilla has said that shareholders and customers had filed 32 class action lawsuits against the company in connection with recently-disclosed security flaws in its microchips.
ISS says the money is still not good enough
Proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) said that Qualcomm should try to negotiate a sale to Broadcom
Not the Russian and Chinese tech companies after all
While the US government seems keen to blame Chinese telcos and Russian security experts for its IT woes, it is more likely the country's obsession with government departments hiring private contractors.
Not like the mosquito
Software king of the world and sworn enemy to mosquitos everywhere, Sir William Gates III has issued a staunch defence of AI.
Thou shalt not have any gods before Steve Jobs
The fruity cargo cult Apple has taken its first stand against rival religions by banning fanboys from celebrating the most significant holiday on the Christian calendar.
Works on Skylake or newer chips
Intel is introducing a new feature for its processors with integrated graphics, allowing games to be automatically optimised on systems.
IBM declares it a "a huge step forward"
MIT boffins have emerged from their smoke filled labs with a neural network chip that could reduce the power consumption of devices by 95 percent.
Pai may have colluded with Sinclair broadcasting
The bloke who handed over the internet to the US's telephone monopolies, Ajit Pai, is being investigated over another of his deals.
Because open sourcers love sharing their data
Canonical is planning to make a change to Ubuntu which would mean that the Linux distro would collect information - or telemetry data - on desktop PCs during installation and afterwards.