Samsung rules India
Published in Mobiles
28 October 2016

Samsung rules India


At least it has some good news 

While you would be forgiven for thinking that Samsung is stuffed thanks to the Note 7 fiasco, the story is far from over. The Korean phone company has been making all the right moves which in the long term will pay off big time.

Apple increases UK prices
Published in News

See Brexit was good for Brits after all

The fruity cargo-cult Apple is jacking up the prices of its already pricey goods in the UK.

Macbook pros hate iPhones
Published in Notebooks


As iPhone friendly as a great white shark 

The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple wants punters to waste $2,399 on a new MacBook Pro which has a design flaw which makes the gear as user friendly to iPhones as I am.

Apple goes public on MacBook Pro 2016 notebooks
Published in Notebooks


Coming in three versions

Apple has  "unveiled" its newest Apple MacBook Pro 2016 notebooks at its special Hello Again event, confirming earlier rumors of OLED Touch Bar, Touch ID and USB-C ports.

Angry French Apple customer escapes Jail
Published in Mobiles


Smashing but expensive time


The French Apple customer who became an internet sensation with his rather clear view of Apple products has avoided going to jail for smashing the shiny gear with his balls of steel.

Apple delays launch of expensive new wireless ear-buds
Published in Wearables


Now hear this

Fruity tax dodging cargo-cult Apple has put the brakes on the release of its super-expensive and largely pointless ear-buds.

Apple tanks
Published in Mobiles
26 October 2016

Apple tanks


Apple sees first sales decline since 2001

The shine has finally come off the tax-dodging fruity cargo cult Apple and no amount of spinning is saving it.

PC memory shortage predicted
Published in Memory


Next month

There could be a memory shortage for PC vendors brewing, after aggressive short-term orders coming in from smartphone vendors.

No-one wants a Sony or Apple smartwatch
Published in Wearables


IDC confirms what we have been saying for years

The Tame Apple Press’s efforts at plugging the iWatch for a couple of years have been next to near useless. According to the latest figures no one really wants one.

Samsung S7 grows in popularity – in Korea
Published in Mobiles


Defective Note 7 owners don't defect

Samsung Electronics' flagship handset Galaxy S7 is regaining popularity as  Korea's best-selling smartphone, filling the void in sales left by the incredible melting Galaxy Note 7.