Apple wants to remove users from devices
Published in Mobiles


Replace fanboys with AI


Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is working out a way to cut out a major weakness in its devices' business model – its users.

Apple agrees to help French flight inquiry
Published in Mobiles


Ipad and iPhone might have crashed a plane


Fruity cargo-cult Apple has agreed to help a French inquiry into a plane crash.

Qualcomm faces shareholder lawsuit
Published in Processors
Friday, 26 May 2017 13:24

Qualcomm faces shareholder lawsuit


Legal department is a bit too busy

Qualcomm's own shareholders have sued the chipmaker for creating too many lawsuits.

Fitness trackers can’t measure calories
Published in Wearables


Chocolate teapots


Fitness devices are reasonable at monitoring heart rate but can’t track calories burnt to save their lives.

Micro LED arrives soon
Published in Graphics
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 13:51

Micro LED arrives soon


Second half of 2017 with products in 2018


Despite shedloads of delays and technological bottlenecks micro LED products will start to arrive in the second half of the year with full production ready for 2018.

Huawei closing on Apple
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 11:19

Huawei closing on Apple


Headed to become a number two 

Huawei is slowly closing on Apple in a bid to replace the fruity cargo-cult as the number two of the smartphone industry.

Apple makes agreement with Nokia
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 10:54

Apple makes agreement with Nokia


Strong arming on the licencing again


Fruity cargo cult Apple’s policy of boosting its margins as interest in its products sink appears to have scored a result with Nokia.

Apple spending a fortune on lobbying
Published in News
Friday, 19 May 2017 11:51

Apple spending a fortune on lobbying


Thou shalt not repair your phone

The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is pulling out all the lobbying stops to stop its users getting cheap repairs.

Apple goes for an Indian
Published in News
Thursday, 18 May 2017 12:39

Apple goes for an Indian


iPhone SE assembly line established

The Fruity cargo-cult Apple has completed its first trial run assembly of the iPhone SE in India as part of a cunning plan to get a foothold in a market which favours cheap and cheerful products.

Android is on two billion devices
Published in News
Thursday, 18 May 2017 12:19

Android is on two billion devices


Nine out of 10 smartphones


While the fruity cargo-cult Apple and its minions in the Tame Apple Press want you to believe that iOS is the most successful operating system, Google Android really is the clear winner.