Trump weighted tariffs start to bite
President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s tariffs have started to affect the price of tech goods across the pond.
In god's name make our bronze age moral code relevant
The Roman Catholic church, which has just got used to the idea that the earth goes around the sun, is turning to Silicon Valley to help make its homophobic, misogynistic, contraception hating, protectors of kiddie fiddlers relevant for the 21st century.
Billionaire Jacky Ma reassures the world
Technology will never replace human beings, insisted self-made billionaire Jacky Ma, in a keynote speech at Alibaba Cloud's Computing Conference in Hangzhou.
New report into tech addition
A third of people in an online survey of 17 countries say that they find it difficult to take a break from technology even when they know they should.
Thanks to Qualcomm's Fingerprint Sensors technology
While it was rumored that Apple could be the first to bring fingerprint scanning technology that can be placed under a screen, Vivo, a Chinese technology company, showed the first working prototype at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai, which uses Qualcomm's new Fingerprint Sensors technology.
Golem is a tale about tech
You might be wondering why there's a review about a play in the pages of Fudzilla, but this is a story worth pursuing because it's got a message for all of us involved in the tech industry.
We would love to let you look at our secrets
Western technology companies, including Cisco, IBM and SAP, are acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets.
Silicon Valley must prove they can’t hire US workers
After solving the problem of terrorists coming into the US by using an executive order banning Muslims from entering the country from places where he does not have business dealings, Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is doing something similar to Big Tech.
Not going away soon
While the big names of smartphones are less interested in AMOLED displays, it appears that the industry will continue to grow.
Or we will take our ball back
The US government is asking the Chinese to “play nice” in the chip market after fears that the nation might be getting close to technology spurt which will eclipse the “Land of the Fee”.