Return to the industry
The bloke credited with inventing Android is about to get back into the mobile industry with a smartphone company of his own.
Microsoft should be happy
Beancounters at IDC claim that the decline of tablets will harm Android but prop up the windows operating system
Quietly commenting on the side lines
The shy and retired former Microsoft CEO Steve “there is a kind of hush” Ballmer has suggested that his former company has called for Redmond to make its windows software run android apps.
AMD off the hook
While Nvidia fanboys were mocking AMD’s Crimson driver cock-up for causing its chips to catch fire, it seems that their own beloved GPU maker was having a driver crisis of its own.
Expect prices to drop
Word on the street is that there will be a price war in the gaming notebook market next year as the big names slug it out over what is expected to be a lucrative market.
One owner, old lady used it to SMS her grandson
Foxconn is piling cash into the second-hand smartphone market as part of its efforts to promote environmental protection globally.
Asustek is shuffling its management deck and playing a game of musical chairs to respond to what it says are “drastic changes” in the business computing environment.
Faster at 4GB transfer
Customers of a South African ISP were so cross with the outfit’s poor broadband speeds they arranged a data transfer race between it and a pigeon.
Fast becoming the Duke-Nukem of phones
The superslim “Duke Nukem” of Asus, the Asus Zenfone Zoom might be going on sale in three weeks – in Taiwan.