LG mocking of Huawei backfires
Published in Mobiles

 

Suddenly people started moaning about LG updates

LG’s amusement at Huawei’s woes appears to have created a PR nightmare and highlighted its own customer issues.

Assange now faces 18 counts of spying
Published in News

 

From 2010

Federal prosecutors have brought an 18-count indictment against Julian Assange, accusing him of violating the Espionage Act.

Wikipedia wants a slice of Turkey from the European Court of Human rights
Published in News


Ironically complaining about censorship

No longer happy with making Fudzilla disappear from their pages, the Fake penis experts at Wackypedia are trying to make Turkey go the same way.

US needs to get its house in order
Published in Mobiles


China says global supply chains are falling to bits

China said the United States needs to correct its “wrong actions” for trade talks to continue after it blacklisted Huawei, a blow that has rippled through global supply chains and battered technology shares.

BT forced to give rivals more network access
Published in Network

 

Will speed up fibre cabling

Britain’s biggest telecoms group BT will be forced to give rivals greater access to its core network, Openreach, to encourage a faster roll-out of high-speed fibre cables, under plans set out by regulator Ofcom on Friday.

German 5G bids hit six billion euro
Published in Network

 

Auction into its 10th week

Germany’s 5G auction has drawn six billion euro ($6.7 billion) in bids so far as the sale enters its 10th week.

Nvidia teases something “super”
Published in Graphics


Could be anything

Nvidia is beginning to tease an announcement of something “super” ahead of Computex.

Chinese anti-Apple sentiment rising
Published in Mobiles


And the government has not weighed in yet


US Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s trade war is having a knock-on effect on the fruity cargo cult Apple.

Lenovo’s profit sees triple growth.
Published in News

 

Beating market expectations

China’s Lenovo Group reported a more than three-fold increase in its quarterly profit as strong computer sales much better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted.

Qualcomm in hot water over antitrust
Published in PC Hardware

 

Illegally suppressed competition

US chipmaker Qualcomm stifled smartphone chip market competition by threatening to cut off supplies and extracting excessive licensing fees, a US judge ruled.