Or Maybe byeDaisy
In a bid to show off its ability to recycle things - and ideas - Apple today unveiled the iDaisy.
The Chinese get a bruising…
While the world is still sort of wondering about the air strikes in Syria last week, some of the rest of us – including Scotland – are thinking about the other things that are happening in our little world of technology.
The trade war between the United States of America and China has racked up big time this week but, largely unnoticed, is the effect it will have on the computer industry worldwide.
Forever upwards. It seems
Sales of semiconductors in February last exceeded forecasts, according to the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
President goes postal
The president of the United States read out a litany of complaints against Amazon using his usual transmission mode, Twitter.
It's the data day of doom
A flurry of stories about social network outfit Facebook has led to a number of questions by politicians and journalists in both the UK and on the other side of the pond.
Uber suspends tests
A woman died in Tempe, Arizona after an autonomous automobile knocked her over as she was crossing the road.
Opinion Buzz words and the facts
Manufacturers - or vendors as I prefer to call them - have touted artificial intelligence (AI) almost since the beginning of the dawn of the computer. Which was 70 or 80 years ago, depending on how you're counting things.
It was only towards the end of her life that film star Hedy Lamarr was acknowledged as being the co-inventor of technology that underlies technologies including GPS, wi-fi and Bluetooth.