We were right -- Qualcomm is laying off staff
Published in News


Rest of world catches up

The rest of the world has finally woken up to what we told it a week ago -- Qualcomm is preparing to lay off ten per cent of its staff. 

Apple adverts show it has lost its way
Published in Mobiles


Admits that others are doing the same things cheaper

Apple's latest wave of adverts seem dedicated to the fact that its rivals are producing products that are the same and much cheaper

Apple press gears up for shock results
Published in News


They will be great honestly

The Tame Apple Press is gearing up to spin tomorrow's financial results, even though there are some suggestions that they will not be that great.

Nintendo signs up for AMD in latest model
Published in Processors


Now AMD has the full set

The last of the console makers is ready to sign up to AMD chips, according to the latest rumour 

TSMC moves to 16nm FinFET
Published in Processors


Promises an aggressive ramp-up

TSMC president and co-CEO Mark Liu has announced his outfit has begun volume shipment of chips based on its 16-nm FinFET manufacturing process.

Apple Pay's London launch is a disaster
Published in Mobiles


Mind the Gap in expectations 

The launch of Apple Pay in the UK has been a complete disaster, the software does not work, the system charges you double, and some leading banks do not support it yet.  

Apple stuffs up iPod release
Published in Wearables


It does not work with Apple Music

Apple appears to have forgotten all about its new iPod and forgotten to make it play nice with Apple music.

Huawei makes a bomb
Published in Mobiles


Who needs USA?

While everyone is moaning about the downturn of the smartphone industry, Huawei is seeing a 30 percent increase in revenue. 

UK spying law is illegal
Published in News


Courts say it needs a re-think

The British High Court has ruled that Emergency surveillance legislation introduced by the coalition government last year is illegal.

A9 chip production starts
Published in News


Delayed by Apple


Samsung and TSMC have started production of the chip which is supposed to be under the bonnet of the iPhone 6s.