PC shipments lowest since 2007
Published in Notebooks


Which was the year of the meaningful lyric 


The analyst outfit Gartner has added up some numbers and divided by its shoe size and reached a conclusion that the PC market is as bad as it was in 2007.

Apple surrenders to China’s data controls
Published in Mobiles


Finally a force that can make Apple obey


The Tame Apple Press has been reporting about how Apple is setting up a super-cool, ground-breaking data centre in China.

EU delivers a nightmare to disposable electronics
Published in News


You will have to make it fixable

The EU Parliament is about to tell makers of badly made electronics which are designed not to last past the warranty date that their products will have to last longer and be fixable.

US government helping Apple dodge EU taxes
Published in News


US companies can do what they like

The US government is helping the fruity cargo-cult Apple dodge millions of taxes in the EU by pressuring governments to look the other way so it can get the money itself.

Imagine there’s no Apple
Published in News


It’s easy if you try


British chip designer Imagination Technologies said it can’t strike a deal with the fruity cargo cult Apple and the sale of the company triggered by the dispute was continuing with talks with potential buyers.

Apple can't make enough iPhone OLED screens
Published in News


OLED process not yielding enough for new phone

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple’s new iPhone 8 will be in short supply because it can’t get enough OLED panels.

Reviewer blasts Apple’s iPad Pro
Published in News


Can't replace your laptop – even for email

While the Tame Apple press has been doing its best to present the illusion that Apple's new iPad Pro is super, cool, and fantastic, it appears that there are more sensible reviewers out there.

Smartphones make you stupid
Published in Mobiles


New study suggests


Apparently having a smartphone close to hand significantly reduces your cognitive ability, according to a new scientific study.

Italy mulls iPhone ban
Published in Mobiles


Persecuting the Apple cult in the traditional Roman way


The country which gave the world pizza, pasta and European civilisation is mulling over saving the nation from the fruity cargo cult by banning the iPhone.

Toshiba names preferred bidder for memory business
Published in News


Japanese consortium with deep pockets might win


Toshiba has named a consortium made up of the Innovation Network of Japan, Bain Capital and Development Bank of Japan, as the preferred bidders for its memory business.