"Nigerian Prince" arrested in Florida
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Scam still works in Louisiana

Inspector Knacker of the Louisiana Yard has fingered the collar of a Nigerian prince who has been scamming people in the state.  The only thing about Michael Neu is that he is not a prince, nor even from Nigeria.

UK threatens to tax big tech over extremist content
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Like that will ever happen

Over the holidays, the UK government started to talk big about taxing big tech companies which fail to tackle extremist content.

LG Display creates 88 inch 8K OLED
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10 inches bigger than the record

LG Display has been showing off its new 88-inch 8K OLED display which is the largest and the highest-resolution OLED panel to date.

LG unveils its ThinQ Google Assistant speaker
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The rest of speaker 2018 lineup

LG has unveiled its full lineup of speakers that will be available as of next year, including the ThinQ Speaker with built-in Google Assistant.

Huawei revenue slows
Published in Mobiles
29 December 2017

Huawei revenue slows


'Only' a 15 percent rise

Huawei expects 2017 revenue to rise 15 percent to $92.08 billion. Rotating chief executive, Ken Hu spun in a New Year’s message to staff posted on its official WeChat account that it would make it the slowest revenue growth in four years for Huawei.

Google abandons Pixel C
Published in Notebooks
29 December 2017

Google abandons Pixel C


Tame Apple Press celebrates

Google has finally given up on its Pixel C flagship tablet.

Apple says sorry for “misunderstanding” over phone throttling
Published in Mobiles


All a terrible misunderstanding

Apple has just published a letter to customers saying sorry for throttling older phones which might have dodgy batteries without telling them.

McAfee has his phone hacked
Published in Mobiles


Blames Twitter

Security expert and internet personality John McAfee has had his Twitter account hacked and used to promote lesser known cryptocurrencies.

Italians now own Steve Jobs
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You toucha our brand we breaka your face

Apple no longer owns the right to Steve Jobs’ name after a landmark trademark dispute in Italy.

Bitcoin plummets as regulators rattle sabres
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The rise and fall of the fall and rise

Cryptocurrency bitcoin has seen its value fall by 26 percent from a high last week.