Foxconn hits record
Published in News
12 December 2017

Foxconn hits record


Thanks to consumer electronics boom

Foxconn executives are laughing all the way to the bank after the outfit reported consolidated turned in revenues of $18.85 billion for November

France says “non” to mobiles in schools
Published in Mobiles


Public health issue


The French government is planning to ban students from using mobile phones in the country's primary, junior and middle schools.

Rolls Royce creates its own data lab
Published in News


R2 Data Lab might be the self-driving droid you are looking for

Rolls-Royce has created a data unit, named R2 Data Labs, that uses analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve efficiency across its civil defence, aerospace, marine, nuclear and power systems businesses.

Key loggers installed on HP machines
Published in Notebooks


On hundreds of models

Hidden software that can record every letter typed on a computer keyboard has been discovered pre-installed on hundreds of HP laptop models.

Former Facebook bloke feels guilty about his past
Published in News


Facebook is tearing society apart

A former Facebook executive has spoken out about the harm the social network is doing to humanity.

Google helps hack the iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Tame Apple Press furious

The Tame Apple Press is spitting bile that the search engine outfit Google has released information which will help people hack the iPhone.

Internet founders and pioneers rally to protect net
Published in News


A last stand for sanity

More than 20 internet pioneers and leaders including the “father of the internet”, Vint Cerf and the inventor of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee, have urged the FCC to cancel its vote to repeal net neutrality.

Rambus releases details of actual product
Published in News


Next-gen high bandwidth memory technology


Patent outfit Rambus has paused its business to invent some new high bandwidth memory technology.

Indians tell Apple it will not get special tax treatment
Published in News


Apple staff need counselling

The Indian Government has told the fruity cargo cult Apple that it will not be a special tax case.

Apple close to buying Shazam
Published in News


More gimmicks

The fruity cargo-cult Apple, which has problems writing code which can tell the time accurately, is splashing out nearly half a billion dollars on a gimmick which allows Apple fanboys to identify which Coldplay or U2 single they are listening to by pointing their expensive iPhone at it.