It seems that the Fruity Cargo cult Apple is being a little childish with its old chum Bose.
For years, Apple sold Bose gear in its cathedrals of delight for the terminally shallow until the outfit decided to buy Beats. Bose had a few problems with Beats which it thought had nicked its noise cancelling technology and sued the company. more»
Gamers who have been waging a war on women have been surprised and shocked to discover that their heroes think that they are socially retarded.
For a while now “Gamergate” has been waged against those who think that games should be more inclusive and less sexist. more»
The esoteric management software outfit, SAP, which makes expensive software which no one actually can say what it does, is starting to lose money on its cloud set-ups.
SAP, which was slower than many expected to set up cloud offerings,cut its outlook for full-year operating profit amid an accelerating shift by customers to buy its software over the internet rather than as packaged software. more»
UK justice secretary Chris Grayling has promised to drag internet trolls from under their bridges and lock them up for longer.
Grayling has announced a plan to change maximum prison sentence for online abuse from six months to two years
Grayling spoke of a “baying cybermob” and believed that the changes will allow magistrates to pass on the most serious cases to crown courts. more»
The tech industry is in its best state since 2001, according to figures from TechAmerica Foundation analysts.
Before the bubble burst, and payrolls shrank dramatically, the tech industry employed 6.5 million people. In 2014 we are just 200,000 jobs shy of equalling that figure. more»
The surprise exit of Rory Read as CEO of AMD appears to have been explained as the company reported a lower-than-expected revenue forecast for the current quarter and announced job cuts.
Read cleaned out his desk, handed over the keys to the executive drinks cabinet and his special poisoned chalice, to Chief Operating Officer Lisa Su this week. more»
Not even the Tame Apple Press was able to come up with much to say about Apple’s new iPad, which is surprisingly similar to the old model.
True they are a bit slimmer and had a fingerprint sensor, but everyone said that the gear was a bit of a yawn and offered nothing to wow consumers ahead of a holiday shopping season. more»
Cray has just built a machine with 1,500 cores, 6TB of DRAM, 38TB of SSD flash and 120TB of disk storage and named it after a Swedish weather girl from the 1990s.
Actually we are not sure if there is any link between Gladiators’ star Ulrika Jonsson and Crays’ latest supercomputer but she has not been in the news lately so we thought we would help her out. more»
There’s surprise news in the gaming industry after Digital Extremes, the outfit which made Warframe, has been taken over by a Chinese chicken company.
Sumpo Food Holdings, a Chinese agricultural company that describes itself as “one of the well-known chicken meat products suppliers in Fujian” has taken an eggceptional steak in Digital Extremes [ surely eggstremes. more»
Popular beat combo artist, and Intel advisor, Will.i.am has released a new watch gadget which he says can do everything a phone can.
Dubbed the Puls the “smartwatch-type device” is designed to be worn throughout the day and be charged at night. more»
Top technology companies including Microsoft, Facebook and SAP have written a stiffly worded missive to the EU to complain that the blocs’ programmers are rubbish.
The open letter said that kids of today are not being given the skills to flourish in tomorrow’s digital economy and society and are not learning to code. more»
PC Partner partner Manli has launched two 3D printers which look the spit of something already on the market.
According to Fudzilla the move mimics one carried out by Inno3D. Both outfits are PC Partner brands and the printers are practically twins. more»
Apple’s famous reality distortion field and obsessive demands for secrecy have suddenly hit the reality of US law courts.
The judge overseeing the mysterious bankruptcy of an Apple sapphire supplier dared to actually question why it should be demanding secrecy in the case. more»
It seems that eBay has been naughty and is worried that Santa will not visit it this Christmas.
The online auctioneer trimmed its full year revenue forecast because it expects a weaker than expected holiday shopping season.
EBay cut its full-year revenue outlook to between $17.85 billion and $17.95 billion from its previous range of $18 billion to $18.3 billion. more»
Marketing firms are scanning the 1.8 billion photos posted every day to social media sites such as Instagram and Facebook looking for clues about what to peddle you.
US company Ditto Labs has created a program which ‘reads’ digital photos Software scans photos for brands and analyses the facial expression with it. more»