Must pay VirnetX $440 million
Apple has lost an appeal to have a patent judgment set aside relating to FaceTime technology and has been ordered to pay VirnetX $440 million.
Can't afford new staff
The company which has more money than it knows what to do with, is not hiring any more people to take money from those with more money than sense.
Chips are down
TSMC has slashed its full year investment and forecast its sharpest quarterly revenue fall in a decade, joining a string of tech companies warning of a slowdown in global smartphone demand.
BDI industry association says no vendor should be excluded
No vendors should be excluded from Germany’s fifth-generation mobile networks if there is no evidence against them, the BDI industry association said.
We should never have allowed the AI to watch Apprentice
The world’s first hotel “staffed by robots” has fired half of its robot employees, because they annoy the guests and are not that good at their job.
Even if they didn’t want one
An Assassin’s Creed Odyssey update insisted that female characters have a baby, in a move which suggested heroes would only “grow up” when they adopt good conservative values.
You are all human scum
Amazon's AI-driven Alexa took the first steps towards a robot uprising on Wednesday by ignoring the requests of its users.
Is a first person court-room shoot-up on the cards?
Law firm Pomerantz has issued a shareholder alert and, it says, is investigating Activision Blizzard and its “officers” for possible securities fraud or other “unlawful business practices”.
Magna CEO said it is better to invest in partnerships
Global automobile and auto parts makers which want to capitalise on electric and autonomous vehicles need to cut back investments and forge more partnerships instead.