2021 is not viable
Car makers have pushed back the time table for full, Level 5 self-driving cars.
If it works, they can try Game of Thrones fans
Microsoft’s Xbox chief Phil Spencer wants to tackle toxic gamers whose abuse and harassment, and exclusionary attitudes have been keeping gaming spreading beyond its most hardcore, traditional demographic.
I expect you to die, Mr Intel,
Phoronix has been testing chips to see how bad Spectre and Meltdown patches harmed the performance of CPUs and the news is horrible for Intel.
Intelligent suggestions that improve code quality and productivity
Software king of the world Microsoft is looking at AI to improve code quality and productivity.
You mean our networks are going to grind to a halt? We didn’t think of that.
The red-faced underlings under Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump have just discovered that they can’t ban Huawei with the sudden drama that their boss wants.
Not the only Amazon in the world
Online bookseller Amazon is about to win a seven year court battle over the rights to use the name.
2020 Tokyo Olympics will make everyone want one
Daniel Tseng, president, Corning Display Technologies Taiwan claims that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to serve as a catalyst to facilitate 8K telly.
Desperate to find leakers
Military prosecutors in the case of a US Navy Seal charged with killing an Islamic State prisoner in Iraq in 2017 installed tracking software in emails sent to defence lawyers and a reporter in an apparent attempt to discover who was leaking information to the media.
IBM 360 Model 20 mainframe
Adam Bradley and engineer Chris Blackburn have rescued an IBM 360 Model 20 mainframe from an abandoned building "in the backstreets of Nuremberg, Germany".
Shareholders fear that they might be forced into a global ban
European chipmakers Infineon Technologies, AMS and STMicroelectronics shares fell sharply amid worries Huawei Technologies suppliers may suspend shipments to the Chinese firm due to a US crackdown.