Russian government calls for EA’s Fifa 17 video game banned
Published in Games


Homosexuals do not play football 


The Parliament of Tsar Putin has called for the EA’s Fifa 17 game banned claiming that it is spreading 'gay propaganda' that some players are not heterosexual.

China hopes to poach anti-Trump tech refugees
Published in News


Huge opportunity


China is hoping to take advantage of Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump's election and boost its tech output on foreign expertise.

Apple blames the air for iPhone 6 fault
Published in Mobiles


So remove any air from your environment

The Fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is blaming the air for a fault which causes the iPhone 6 to shut down.

HP shuts down FTP and Telnet protocols on printers
Published in News

Better safe than sorry

HP has decided to shut down aging FTP and Telnet protocols on some of its elderly printers.

Supremes back Samsung against Apple
Published in News


Rounded rectangle was not that important

The US Supreme Court has told the fruity cargo cult Apple to go away and backed Samsung in the legendary trademark battle over the rounded rectangle smartphone.

Apple copies Samsung’s flaming Note
Published in News


No recall just denies it is happening


Apple’s iPhone 6 has started catching fire in the Far East, but rather than arranging a recall, like its rival Samsung, Jobs’ Mob is denying that it is happening.

Intel’s Puma 6 chip-set falls asleep
Published in Processors


Serious latency problems


One of the world’s most popular chipsets for gigabit broadband modems, Intel's Puma 6 chipset, suffers from at latency jitter so bad it ruins online gaming and other real-time connections.

Nvidia to release an updated GTX 1060
Published in Graphics


Same GPU as the 1070 and 1080


Nvidia is about to release a new card with the same GPU as the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080.

Fitbit is the king of wearables
Published in News


Apple fails miserably, despite cuckoo press stories 


You might not be aware of it, because the Tame Apple Press is going on an offensive, but Apple is losing the wearable’s market to Fitbit.

The Galaxy Note was a flawed design
Published in Mobiles


Putting 50 pounds of mud in a five-pound bag


It seems that the Galaxy Note caught fire because it had the same problem as Dolly Parton at an award’s ceremony. If you stick 50 pounds of mud in a five-pound bag you are going to get a flaming wardrobe malfunction.