Rambus releases details of actual product
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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
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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
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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.

Stupid watchdog does not understand how the internet works
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Despite having it explained to them

You would think that the body in charge of regulating telecoms and the internet in the US might understand how it works, but according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation the watchdog is clueless.

Chromebooks go down big time
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Tame Apple Press cheers

The Tame Apple Press is celebrating after Google experienced a huge stuff up of its Chromebook services.

British spooks find hole in Microsoft Defender and Security Essentials
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Vole rushes to patch


Microsoft has posted an out-of-band security update to fix a remote code execution flaw in its Malware Protection Engine.

Adreno 630 runs console like game at 1080
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Lineage 2 Revolution does not throttle

We had a chance to see a Snapdragon 845 prototype phone factor design running Lineage 2 revolution 1080p 60 FPS, in so-called console like gaming.

How Snapdragon 845 snaps 25 to 30 percent faster
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From the horse's mouth

We know that Qualcomm has officially released the Snapdragon 845 but our key question is how the company managed to get a 30 percent performance increase using the same manufacturing process.

US jails VW executive over emissions
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Scapegoat found

A US District judge in Detroit has sentenced Oliver Schmidt, a former Volkswagen executive, to seven years in prison for his role in the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal of 2015.

Oracle’s dirty tricks war against Google
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Leaking information to the media

Oracle and Google appear to be locked in a dirty tricks war, according to Recode.