Apple conqueres Metaio
Published in News


Needs to fix problems with reality distortion shield

Apple has sort of confirmed that it has written a cheque for Metaio an outfit which specialises in augmented reality technology.

IBM suits to eat fruity dog food
Published in News


Replace Thinkpads with expensive toys

IBM's partnership with Apple is probably not going the way that many in the industry would have played it with Big Blue having to swallow its own dog food and buy the expensive gear itself.

Google releases Tango development tablet
Published in Mobiles


3D sensing tablet is still not Woz

While Google is characteristically quiet about its 3D-sensing hardware – Project Tango, there is some evidence that the project is moving along.

Expect a boom in Chromebook 2in1s
Published in Notebooks


It don't need no education

Two in one Chromebooks have been doing rather well in the education market, but Digitimes Research claims that soon their reach will be extended into the consumer and business market.

Macbook Pro Retina R9 M370X based on three-year old GPU
Published in Graphics


Cape Verde GPU with 640 Stream Processors

A recent post from a user on Reddit that has bought the new 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina, finally shed some light on the Radeon R9 M370X graphics card, which is based on a three-year old Cape Verde GPU.

Apple losing smartphone wars
Published in Mobiles


How quickly things change

Apple has spectacularly lost ground to its rival Samsung according to the latest figures.

"Zookeeper" Foxconn plans Indian expansion
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Wants a few Bengal tigers 

The bloke who once described his management of staff as being a bit like a zoo keeper, Foxconn's Terry Gou wants to expand his operations into India

Don't name that spaceship after me
Published in News


The ego has landed

Apple messiah Steve Job was worried that that in the cult worship that would follow his death, Apple would be moved to name its "spaceship" campus building after him

Apple TV service delay
Published in News


Jobs Mob can't get broadcasters

Fruity cargo cult Apple's attempt to enter the set-top market is fast going the way of Intel's failed attempt.

Chromebooks sell like hotcakes
Published in Mobiles


Hotcake makers unavailable for comment

Market research firm Gartner has estimated 7.3 million Chromebooks would be sold this year, thanks mostly to the education industry realising that kids need keyboards rather than touchscreen tablets.