Net infrastructure faces Russian threat
Published in News


Cutting edge

A UK military Air Chief Marshall has warned that the cable infrastructure which keeps the internet running is in danger of being disrupted by Russia.

Huawei, Oppo and Vivo pull back on orders
Published in Mobiles


Is expected smartphone resurgence over?

There are signs that the shine is coming off a resurgence in smartphone sales as Huawei, Oppo and Vivo cut 10 percent of smartphone shipments than their original orders from the supply chain makers for the fourth quarter of 2017.

Leaked details show higher capacity Intel 900P SSD
Published in Memory


Coming in 960GB and 1.5TB capacities

According to an official leaked document, it appears that we will soon see a higher capacity Intel 900P, coming in 1.5TB and 960GB capacities.

Intel attaches itself to blockchain
Published in News


Looking at ways to use the energy

Chipzilla is looking at ways to use the energy expended during cryptocurrency mining for the sequencing of genetic data.

Apple’s iPhone X has difficulty with Chinese
Published in Mobiles


You all look the same to me

Apple’s comedy facial recognition system on its overpriced iPhone X appears to have a few difficulties telling Chinese apart.

Amazon buries the hatchet with Google and Apple
Published in News

 
It is still money

Amazon confirmed Thursday that it will again sell the Apple TV set-top box and Google Chromecast dongle. The company had stopped selling the devices after disputes with the pair.

LinkedIn falls foul of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
Published in News


Wants courts to enforce its computer use policies

Business networking site LinkedIn is having a go at convincing a US court that anyone who abuses its computer use policy is a hacker and should be locked up for a few decades.

Prosecutors have an open criminal investigation into Uber
Published in News


Taxi outfit's legal woes get more woeful

Federal prosecutors have an open criminal investigation into Uber, making the taxi outfit's legal problems much worse.

Trump administration kills off net-neutrality
Published in News


Comment: But the rebellion has begun

Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's communications watchdog the FCC has decided to dismantle one of the key planks that made the Internet Great – net neutrality.

Xiaomi is working on Snapdragon on Windows 10
Published in Notebooks


Another big win

Fudzilla exclusively brought you the news that Samsung is one of the companies working on a very sexy Snapdragon on Windows 10 and our sources have confirmed that Xiaomi is also part of the early supporter group.