Built in censorship
Lithuania's Defense Ministry recommended that consumers avoid buying Chinese mobile phones and advised people to throw away the ones they have now after a government report found the devices had built-in censorship capabilities.
There will be a common charger for all mobile devices
The European Commission is set to square off with fruity cargo cult Apple over its plans to have a common charger for mobile phones, tablets and headphones.
The fruity cargo cult Apple has been caught training repair staff how to undermine third party companies and talk customers into buying more expensive first party repairs.
Reservoir computing already wants beer, Brexit, votes conservative, likes football
A new type of computing that mimics the way the human brain works was already transforming how scientists could tackle some of the most difficult information processing problems.
Will give away a billion
Amazon founder and the first man to fly a giant sex toy into space, Jeff Bezos, claims that his rocket trip has given him an epiphany on climate change.
Larger screen, better battery
Amazon launched an update to its Kindle Paperwhite e-book readers, adding larger screens, better battery life, and wireless charging at prices starting at $140.
Product specs appear
Hexus has found a list of product specs for the Gigabyte Radeon RX 6600 Eagle which it thinks it will be released on October 13.
We don't like that at all
The Data Protection Commission in Ireland, Facebook's lead privacy regulator in Europe, has asked Facebook to demonstrate an LED indicator light on its pair of "smart" Ray-Ban sunglasses -- which lights up when the user is taking a video.
That means losing 15 million tons of carbon
TSMC announced last week that it would flatten its emissions growth by 2025 and reach net-zero carbon by 2050.