On again off again is on
For a while, the dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured hell on earth yarns claiming that Samsung is set to buy the Canadian smartphone maker Blackberry.
Net neutrality should include Apple
BlackBerry's CEO John Chen has commited a heresy against the Apple cargo cult by suggesting that any changes to net neutrality laws should mean an end to Jobs' Mob's walled garden of delights.
Making friends with US spooks
As part of his plan to win over the US spooks, Kim Dotcom has created a service which allows people to have encrypted video chat conversations which are impossible to listen in on.
Must stand in the corner
Memory chipmaker SanDisk has made the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street furious by failing to meet their expectations.
What you do in your own time is our concern
US schools continue to believe that they have the power of god over their students.
15 per cent lower
Chipmaker AMD expects first-quarter revenue to be about 15 per cent below the fourth-quarter figure of $1.24 billion.
US set to lose Land of the Free title
While the US telcos are frantically bribing, er lobbying, their tame politicians to block net-neutrality, it seems that the UK telcos are going the opposite way.
For their own good of course
Moscow is to experiment with a new system of mobile-phone tracking in 2015 to "aid research into potential modification to the transport infrastructure of the city."
What price security?... well rather a lot
Two Singapore-based engineers have created a laptop made almost entirely from open source hardware.