"Linux on Galaxy" uses same Linux kernel that powers Android
Samsung has announced it will soon become possible to run actual proper Linux on its Note8, Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones.
But no back doors
The European Commission has proposed that member states help each other break into encrypted devices by sharing expertise around the bloc.
Most tech workers fear kids
Tech workers are less worried about being replaced by robots and AI than they are about being replaced by kids.
No one is buying Apple's turkey
Apple shares took a tumble after the outfit slashed orders for its iPhone 8 because of poor sales.
Games are being cracked a day after their launch
The hope that games publishers have placed in Denuvo anti-tamper technology and digital rights management scheme is turning out misplaced with most games being hacked within a day of their release.
Furious workers picket
Hundreds of workers blocked the entrance to an Apple iPhone supplier's factory in eastern China to protest against unpaid bonuses and factory reassignments.
Reveals cunning plans
TSMC has revised its 2017 forecasts for global foundry to seven percent growth and thinks that the overall IC market will grow 16 percent.
GPU makers laugh all the way to bank
Huge values for cryptocurrencies are prolonging related graphics card demand and surprising those who thought it would be a temporary thing.
Profits down – if only there were some good software to help it restructure
The maker of expensive management software, which no-one really knows what it does, SAP has seen its profits take a dip.
Not sure about this nuclear claim
It seems that Toshiba can’t get a break. Japan’s securities watchdog is investigating its latest earnings statement to see if it properly handled losses incurred by its US nuclear unit.