Unless the fold fails to fold
While Huawei and Samsung have now announced their foldable phones, the word on the street is that it will be a fair old while before we see them blossom. But they won't fold and will move into the mainstream.
Better to have your Brexit soft
A hard Brexit would hurt IT distribution according to Canalys president and CEO Steve Brazier.
And Intel the thumb down
Shortages of Intel processors means that major manufacturer Lenovo is using AMD chips more and more, while it has also given the hard word to Chipzilla.
If you go it alone, you make more money
A senior analyst predicted at a conference in Barcelona today that following its success on the processor front, it is only a matter of time before Apple creates its own system on a chip (SOC), bypassing suppliers in its egostructure (sic).
Money money money
It's an edgy business but a senior analyst predicted to his clients today that the future of e-gaming stadiums will be huge.
People want cheaper phones
Beancounters at Canalys have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and concluded that smartphone sales in Europe are sadder than Silvio Berlusconi blocking the formation of a new Italian government which does not include him.
20 million by 2020
Beancounters at Canalys think that there will be more than two million VR units sold in 2016 and the figure will grow to 20 million by 2020.
How low can you go?
Beancounters working for Canalys gave added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that PC sales have fallen 13 per cent mroe than the previous year.
High price still an issue