IBM using devices for early illness detection
AI and IOT could detect diseases early
IBM is using artificial intelligence and connected devices to find new ways to help people stay healthy, according to the outfit’s Japanese office.
Lenovo might buy Fujitsu's PC division
Make it even bigger
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that the maker of the Thinkpad, Lenovo, is about to swallow up Fujitsu.
Samsung expects big profit jump
S7 success even surprises Samsung
Samsung hinted that it is expecting a 10 percent jump in quarterly profit, thanks to early sales for its new Galaxy S7 smartphones.
Toshiba will still make PCs
Against all expectations
Troubled Japanise outfit Toshiba has said that it will not be exciting the loss making PC business as many had predicted.
SAP customers are fed up with the jargon
Think they know what the software does
The maker of expensive management software which no one is really sure what it does, SAP is finding that its customers are not a big fan of all the jargon and buzzwords the company uses.
HP continues to suffer
The maker of expensive printer ink, HP is continuing to suffer, torturing itself with a ruthless restructuring.
Intel divides to rule
Sets PC targets in six areas
Chipzilla is trying to boost promotion of its desktop CPU platforms by dividing the market into six pieces.
Samsung reports best profit in a year
Samsung appears to be slowly headed out of trouble and is to report its best profits in a year.
Fastest Core i7 Skylake-S for Businesses comes in Q3 15
Core i7 6700 TDP is 65W, down from 84W with Haswell
The Intel Business PC platform will get a serious update in the form of a new Skylake-S based processor.
Qualcomm will not be doing the splits
Chuck that idea out the window
US chipmaker Qualcomm has told the world that it will not be dumping its "essentially useless chip making" business.