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Report: China’s Tsinghua targeting Korea’s fabless | EETE Analog  – Tsinghua Unigroup, a state-controlled conglomerate that has acquired numerous chip companies, has shopping list of companies specializing in power management, NFC, security, and Internet of Things Clinton Campaign Using Signal For Encrypted Communication | The Daily Dot – the irony of this given Clinton’s relationship with […]

Things that made my day this week

Things that made my day this week: Some travel hacks: Mytaxi – works for European cities, similar to Hailo or Uber 3 Feel Like Home – not having to worry about roaming charges in a number of countries. There are a couple of things to be aware of: If you have a tethered broadband component […]

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Facebook is testing autoplaying videos with the sound already on | Recode – this sounds very annoying In the electronics doldrums | The Japan Times – During the 1990s, Japan’s electronics industry made as great a contribution to the nation’s economic growth as automakers. In the latter half of that decade, the electronics sector alone had a trade […]

The confusing Labour brand

Ok lets ignore for a moment the divisive nature of the current leadership battle. Or a membership that is fractured between a self-destructive underclass, a squeezed public sector and a despised metropolitan elite. The thing that struck me about the hustings were not the words but the visual design. This wasn’t the socialist red that […]

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Access, Accountability Reporting and Silicon Valley – Nieman Reports – interesting, smart read. I thought that press coverage of Silicon Valley has been sycophantic for decades. There were some noticeable exceptions like InfoWorld’s Notes from the Field in the early 1990s This Is How The Majority Of The World Will Get Online, Google Hopes – BuzzFeed […]