DRAM and NAND output to take a hit as demand slides
Chip maker Micron has slammed the brakes on production and expenses entering calendar 2019 in anticipation of falling demand.…
An investigation reveals other tech firms were not always aware how much access they had.
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That's a historic low for this model, which for weeks had been selling for $249.
We've got buckets, spades and isolated apps
Ever felt a bit sick when Windows whinges about a suspicious application, but you really need to run it? Worry no more, because Windows Sandbox is inbound.…
Samsung's next flagship can take a tip from the iPhone XS and Pixel 3.
A totally new phone design needs a totally fresh interface.
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Sticking with one mobile provider gets you... Oh. Price rises, big exit fees, and lovely, lovely lock-in
UK competition bods threaten action against 'loyalty penalty'
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority has issued an urgent call for action against mobile providers that rip off loyal customers with high prices even once handsets are paid off.…
Employee data may have been exposed, but it's unlikely that missions were compromised.
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One search engine was given access to the names of all Facebook users' friends without their consent, according to documents reviewed by The New York Times.
IBM: Co-Op Insurance talking direct to coding subcontractor helped collapse of £55m IT revamp project
Was it Agile's fault? Was it the billing? Sueball rolls on
IBM has blamed ex-customer Co-Op Insurance for the crash of a £55m project centring on Agile software development, but admitted the systems it built "would not have" boosted the insurer's top or bottom line anyway.…
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