Deeper into China
Hopes that the fruity cargo cult Apple might abandon China and set up shop in the US appear to have been dashed as the outfit appears to be negotiating a deal with Chinese BOE for screens for its smartphones.
Why, oh why, oh why
Intel has launched a new series of 14nm notebook CPUs code-named Comet Lake, but no one is certain why.
Stupid people the power to eclipse the truth
A photographer trying to raise money for a self-published book of historical space artefacts had his Facebook ads repeatedly removed by Facebook because flat-Earthers and Moon hoax conspiracy butts were offended.
After Valve security fail
A Russian security researcher Vasily Kravets has published details about a zero-day in the Valve gaming client after the distributor banned him from its bounty programme.
It is not as if you didn't know who would be elected
A French security researcher has found a critical vulnerability in the blockchain-based voting system which Russian officials plan to use next month for the 2019 Moscow City Duma election.
11 Ruby libraries had a backdoor
Maintainers of the RubyGems package repository have pulled 18 malicious versions of 11 Ruby libraries that contained a backdoor mechanism and were caught inserting code that launched hidden cryptocurrency mining operations inside other people's Ruby projects.
Hatchet buried for now
Qualcomm has entered into a new five-year patent license agreement with LG Electronics to develop, manufacture and sell 3G, 4G and 5G smartphones.
Never mind that Nervana smells like a 10 nanometer Ice Lake processor
Intel unveiled its latest processor that will be its first using artificial intelligence (AI) and is designed for large computing centres.
The US suddenly realises that Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple are not that nice
State attorneys in more than a dozen states are preparing to begin an antitrust investigation of the tech giants.
Open sources power instruction set
IBM has moved its OpenPower Foundation so that it is under the Linux Foundation, and while it was at it, announced it was open-sourcing several other essential parts of its PowerChips.