Women, minorities, and the LGBTs they must have had a lot to talk about.
Apple and Microsoft CEOs found themselves at dinner with the homophobic, sexist Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro at the World Economic Forum .
Talk of help from China and Taiwan
Shares in the troubled Japan Display jumped 11 per cent on Wednesday after a report said the smartphone screen maker was in talks for funding from Taiwan’s TPK Holding Co and China’s Silk Road Fund in exchange for a stake of around 30 per cent.
Look out BT
O2 and Vodafone have turned the thumb-screws on the British market leader BT by extending their network sharing deal to cover 5G.
Better than Wall Street predicted
Big Blue beat Wall Street's quarterly earnings estimates, posted its first annual revenue growth since 2011 and forecast a 2019 profit above expectations.
That is US "democracy" for you
Big Tech is dramatically increasing how much it pays to attract the attention of US politicians
2019 is the year of Linux on the lightbulb
Canonical today published Ubuntu Core 18, bringing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to high-security embedded devices.
$6 dollar repair becomes $600 design disaster
MacBook Pro owners are suffering from a design flaw in their expensive toys which means they will have to fork out $600 to fix a minor fault which would normally cost $6 to fix.
Gaming-powered third quarter
Logitech raised its full-year profit outlook thanks to strong growth in its gaming hardware business.
Makes $1.03 billion
TomTom, the Dutch navigation and digital maps company is flogging Telematics, or the fleet management business, to Japan’s Bridgestone for $1.03 billion.