UK robotic expert says AI is our friend
Published in AI
Thursday, 29 September 2022 11:23

UK robotic expert says AI is our friend


You just need to know it better

The head of the UK's largest and most advanced robotics centre has said that society needs to prepare for the increased integration of robots but shouldn't fear the rise of artificial intelligence (AI).

Scot students' fume over lessons in "internet free" church
Published in News


They can take away our freedom but they cannae take away our wi-fi

Angry students at the University of Glasgow have blasted the decision to make them sit through lectures in a 19th-century church which does not have wi-fi.

Microsoft Xbox team rumoured to be pressing into Japan
Published in Gaming


Island hopping

Software King of the World Microsoft wants to grow its Xbox fanbase in Japan.

Apple in trouble as new iPhones fail to attract interest
Published in Mobiles


Shares tumble as cash cow stuck

Apple fanboys are ignoring Jobs’ Mob’s latest iPhone offerings in droves leading shareholders to see darker days ahead for Apple.

Sliding PCs will be the next thing
Published in News
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 11:01

Sliding PCs will be the next thing


Stand clear of the doors

It is starting to look like the next big thing will be PCs that slid from tablets into displays.

Oracle pays to make bribery charges go away
Published in News
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 10:51

Oracle pays to make bribery charges go away


Only in America you can pay to make bribery charges go away 

Oracle has paid $23 million to the US Securities and Exchange Commission to settle corruption charges that subsidiaries in Turkey, United Arab Emirates and India used "slush funds" to bribe foreign officials to win business.

Apple will not have an October rally
Published in News
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 10:40

Apple will not have an October rally


Trumph of the will has broken gearbox 

Apple analyst, Mark Gurman, the company doesn't have enough products to hold a dedicated event in October, so it might have decide to launch them with separate press releases instead.

Nvidia fixes stuttering problems
Published in Gaming
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 10:23

Nvidia fixes stuttering problems


G G G GeForce Experience software blamed

Nvidia claims that it has fixed a fault in its GeForce Experience software which caused its GPU to stutter and lag.

Intel reveals 13th Gen Intel Core processor family
Published in PC Hardware
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 09:55

Intel reveals 13th Gen Intel Core processor family


Unlucky for some?

Intel revealed the 13th Gen Intel Core processor family, led by the 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900K – which Intel claims is the world’s fastest desktop processor.

LG Display creates transparent or opaque train Windows
Published in News


Coming to a train near you

LG Display is showcasing its “Transparent OLED for Subway Trains” at InnoTrans 2022, the world’s largest trade fair for transport technology, where it will feature as a replacement for windows in a concept train from Deutsche Bahn, Germany’s national railway company.