Qualcomm in talks to bury the hatchet with Huawei
Published in News

Observers expect agreement

Chipmaker Qualcomm is in talks to settle a patent dispute with China’s Huawei and the word on the street is that the pair will reach an agreement in the coming weeks.

It's the death of the cookie monster
Published in News

Most marketers don't consider them reliable.

More than 60 per cent  of marketers believe they will no longer need to rely on tracking cookies and it looks like a 20 year old desktop based technology is about to die out.

Blackberry turns into a patent hunter
Published in Mobiles

Goes after social media sites

After failing to make money as a smartphone vendor, Blackberry has joined the long line of people suing sizeable social media sites for patent infringement.

Apple might finally kill off iTunes
Published in News

Finally, it has realised how bad it is

Someone in the Apple spaceship has finally realised that its iTunes product is rubbish and probably can't be saved.

HP announces germ free computers
Published in News

Will kill all those bugs you get on your keyboard

For those who have toxic PCs, HP has released a line of laptops, displays, and all-in-one desktops.

Toddler hacks mum's iPhone and locks her out for 48 years
Published in Mobiles

So much for security

A two year old has managed to lock his mum out of her iPhone for 48 years thanks to Apple's super secure worth every penny form of security.

More Hades Canyon details emerge
Published in Processors

You can even smell the brimstone and hear the cries of the damned

Intel and AMD's collaboration which sees Intel Kaby Lake CPUs paired with an on-package Radeon RX Vega-derived GPU appears to have some rather good figures. 

Xiaomi heads for the US
Published in Mobiles

Apparently, the market has room

While many see the US market as more saturated than pepperoni fried in Palm Oil, it appears that the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi thinks there is plenty of room for another supplier  – after all, the US loves China at the moment.

Oculus Rift overtakes HTC Vive
Published in Wearables


The Oculus Rift has overtaken the HTC Vive on the monthly Steam hardware survey for the first time since the launch of both headsets in early 2016.

Apple wants to make even more expensive headphones
Published in News

Claims they will sound better

Apple's recent move into the speaker market has shown that it can convince stupid people that it can make "high-quality"  hi-end sound equipment and now it thinks it can make the same move on the headphone market.