There's Chery news for Nvidia
Published in Graphics


Chinese will use its self-driving tech

Nvidia said  China’s Chery Automobile would use its self-driving technology that it has developed with Baidu and Friedrichshafen.

IBM shares rise as suits make a return
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Making a recovery

For those who had written off Big Blue as an outfit which could no longer be as successful as it was in its pre-millennial days, it seems that the suits are making a comeback – thanks to the cloud and Intel's security stuff ups.

Apple still can’t improve supply chain working conditions
Published in Mobiles


iPhone and Macbooks made in harsh conditions


Despite its best efforts, the fruity cargo cult Apple is still making its iPhones and Macs in poor conditions for workers.

French want new words for “smartphone”
Published in Mobiles


Something a little more French

The French always have a problem when it comes to English words entering their language and have been desperately coming up with something to replace those nasty roast-beef eating words which come from the world of tech.

22 states attempt to block Net Neutrality repeal
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Begun the backlash has

A lawsuit filed today by the attorneys general of 22 states seeks to block the Federal Communications Commission's recent controversial vote to repeal Obama era Net Neutrality regulations.

Hackers close to unlocking the Switch
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Thanks to an Nvidia backdoor

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that hackers are on the verge of opening the Nintendo Switch, thanks to Nvidia being rather too forthcoming about the GPU.

BlackBerry launches security software for self-driving cars
Published in Mobiles


Jarvis is part of its turnaround efforts

Failed mobile phone maker BlackBerry has launched a new cybersecurity software, which identifies vulnerabilities in programmes used in self-driving cars.

Sharp to mass produce OLED panels
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Starting soon

Sharp will begin to mass produce OLED panels for smartphones as soon as the first quarter of 2018 and plans to launch new smartphones featuring its own OLED displays in June or July.

US politicians attempt “informal” trade boycott of Huawei
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"National security concerns" are probably protectionism

US politicians are never going to stop a small thing like “proof” stand in their way of Chinese companies making a mess of their protectionism.

Chinese demand an investigation into iPhone throttling
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This is getting worse

Apple’s worse nightmare is that the Chinese government might take steps to interfere with its flagging sales behind the bamboo curtain, but it is starting to look like its phone throttling antics might create a perfect storm.