Hacker Hotz builds a driverless car
Published in News


Hacks his own car to do it

The bloke who was the first to jail break the iPhone, George Hotz hacked his own car to turn it into a self-driving vehicle.

Steve Jobs killed the music industry
Published in News


Industry's tallest tree cut down by a herring

The Apple Messiah Steve Jobs is responsible for the destruction of the music industry, so everytime you hear Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift or that god awful Adel it is apparently his fault, according to Pandora supremo Mike Herring.

Apple buys Qualcomm’s secret graphics lab
Published in Graphics


Building its own Interferometric Modulator Displays

Fruity Cargo Cult Apple has bought one of Qualcomm’s Taiwan graphics labs and is operating it pretty much under everyone’s radar to "invent" something that Qualcomm tried and failed to make successful.

Samsung's GPU project slows
Published in Graphics


A laa dee dee, a one two three its Samsung's Larrabee

A while ago Fudzilla reported that Samsung has been working hard  making its own, in house GPU, but it is starting to look like things are not working well in the mix and there have been a few delays.

Samsung gets pressure sensitive screen
Published in News


Under Pressure

The Tame Apple Press has popped a hernia after the Wall Street Journal uncovered that Samsung’s latest effort will feature a pressure-sensitive display.

TSMC gets fan-out (InFO) wafer-level packaging
Published in Processors


All ready for 2016

TSMC is scheduled to move its integrated fan-out (InFO) wafer-level packaging technology to volume production in the second quarter of 2016.

UK government wants to give iPads to criminals
Published in Mobiles

Teaching them how to steal legitimately

The British government, which is currently taking money out of its health and education system, is thinking of spending a fortune giving over-priced iPads to its criminal population.

Cook defends Quasimodo case
Published in Mobiles


Don’t call it a hump call it a noteable feature

Fruity cargo-cult leader CEO Tim Cook is defending forcing Apple fanboys to buy an ugly Quasimodo case if they want their iPhones to have a half decent battery life.

Apple iPhone losing ground to Android
Published in Mobiles


The dream is over


For a while now we have been warning that Apple is losing ground in pretty much all its business sectors but now it seems some figures are confirming it.

Microsoft beating Apple in tablets
Published in Notebooks


Marketing failure


Figures are starting to appear that Apple’s iron grip on the keyboardless netbook market has been lost to its old enemy Microsoft.