Delays harming international relations
The UK is stuck between a rock and a hard place over 5G and using Huawei gear.
We need to get into space so we can fix it
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos explained that he's investing much of his Amazon fortune in the development of space technologies through his aerospace company Blue Origin because humanity is stuffing up the world and it needs space development to sort it out.
X-Box sales only dark cloud
Software King of the World Microsoft posted record fourth quarter of its 2019 financial results today with a revenue of $33.7 billion and net income of $13.2 billion.
Data leak detected
Researchers at Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pennsylvania who had nothing better to do looked at 22,484 porn sites and found that 93 per cent of them were leaking data to a third party.
Killed off British competitor Icera
The European Commission has fined American chipmaker Qualcomm €242 million fine for anti-competitive practices.
If only there were some management software it could use to help out
SAP, the maker of expensive esoteric software, which no-one really knows what it does, has told its shareholders not to expect a major improvement in margins before next year.
It now wants to be known as Kioxia Europe
Toshiba Memory Europe will officially change its name to Kioxia Europe on October 1, 2019, to Kioxia, which the memory maker tells us is pronounced kee-ox-each.
Dealings with online merchants being looked into
Amazon faces a formal European Union antitrust investigation into its dealings with merchants that sell goods on its site.
And a standardised USB-C port
Things are getting worse for the new Raspberry Pi 4 which already has problems with its non-standardised USB-C. Now an IT expert says the card needs a fan or heatsink.