TIM has piles of cash and can afford to pay more not to use Huawei
Cash-strapped telco TIM, which proudly announced it was only 24.3 billion euro in debt last year, apparently now feels it is so flush with cash it can afford to give Huawei the bum's rush.
What a surprise
The fruity cargo cult Apple is continuing to sting the British Inland Revenue.
Does it never learn?
After making the mistake of copying Apple and releasing its flagship phones for silly prices, and copying it again on getting rid of the headphone jack, Samsung has looked at Apple's really dumb idea to sting its users for more cash and said "we will be having some of that".
Lightweight and royalty-free
The new lightweight and royalty-free AVIF image format is coming to web browsers and work is almost complete on adding AVIF support to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
So it is not just a Chinese thing
Pre-installed malware has been discovered on another budget handset connected to Assurance Wireless by Virgin Mobile.
Apparently it was not the cause after all
While very stupid people in the UK and US think 5G is responsible for the coronavirus, the technology could be the key to actually fighting it.
Recoving from Coronvirus
Two leading analysts are saying that PC shipments saw growth in 2019, only to have the coronavirus pandemic cut the celebration short in Q1 2020.
Should be around this year
Chipzilla has revealed more about Thunderbolt 4 - its cable connectivity product - and is telling anyone who will listen that it can docks with up to four Thunderbolt ports and universal cables up to two meters in length.
Corona Virus was good for some
Acer seems to have done well out of the corona virus and announced its consolidated revenues for June at $2.22 billion up 27.2 percent month on month (MoM) and by 4.9 percent on last year.