Treats recycling as theft
Apple's Activation Lock is an anti-theft feature built into iOS, watchOS, and macOS Catalina that prevents people from restoring your Apple devices without your permission.
Facebooks AI brain warns
Facebook's AI bloke Jerome Pesenti has warned that the technology is about to hit a brick wall.
For mid-high range mobile devices, TV and other markets
Imagination Technologies says that that fabless semiconductor company, UNISOChas licenced its latest generation of neural-network accelerator (NNA), IMG Series3NX for use in future system-on-chips (SoCs) targeting mid-high range mobile devices and tellies.
2020 will see it outperform app platforms
Kubernetes threatens to outshine app platforms players’ dominance in app modernisation in 2020, according to beancounters at GlobalData.
Apple's security so good even a b list politician could turn it over
"Dutch prosecutors have asked a judge for a three-year prison sentence for a local politician who hacked and breached the personal iCloud accounts of more than 100 women.
Undercuts Samsung's Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X
Roberto Escobar has announced a foldable smartphone that is "very difficult to break" thanks to the screen's "special type of plastic."
Leading IT professionals are embracing the need to be more environmentally aware, and as a result expect other companies to be more socially and environmentally responsible.
Less for more
Software King of the World Microsoft is planning a raft of cuts in services from its flagship Windows 10 product.
Was sending phoning home too much user data
Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have removed Avast and AVG products from their browser store after it was discovered that they were sending users' browser data home.
Tame Apple press fumes
The Tame Apple Press is incandescent with rage as Apple fanboys are apparently splashing out $60 to make their wireless airbuds wired again.