12.9 inch iPad Pro unveiled tomorrow
Published in Mobiles

Side-by-side apps, A9X monster 14nm CPU

Apple has a busy day tomorrow. Apart from the iPhone 6S with iPhone 6S Plus, new Apple TV and Apple watch bands, the company plans to unveil the biggest yet, 12.9 inch iPad PRO. 

China jumps on VPN tools
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08 September 2015

China jumps on VPN tools

Astrill restricted

China is doing its best to make sure its workers cannot use VPNs to sneak past its Great Firewall of China.

Apple tries to buy intelligence
Published in Mobiles

Running out of ideas

Desperate to find new ways to flog its iPhones in a dying market, fruity cargo cult Apple is turning to artificial intelligence.

Germans fascinated with two-in-ones
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Unificaton is very precise

Germany appears to be jolly interested in unification again and are fast becoming the blue-eyed poster boys for two-in-one computers.

Intel might have miffed the Tablet market
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Why do you need one?

As Intel unveiled its Skylake chips yesterday it was hammering in another nail in the coffin of tablets.

Android Wear now works with iPhones
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Liberate yourself from the iWatch

Apple users who have realized that owning an iWatch is a liability are being given the chance to upgrade to more sensible technology.

Apple's security turned over again
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Chinese hackers make short work of it

The fruity cargo cult Apple's faith-based security is being turned over by atheistic Chinese hackers.

Apple censors charity concert for a quick buck
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PR...  Apple has heard of it

Fruity cargo cult Apple slumped to a new low over the weekend after it appears to have threatened a law suit if the popular beat combo artist Drake was heard on a rival music streaming service rapping at a charity gig.

Xiaomi makes its own SoC
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Joining the big boys in 2016

Xiaomi is the latest big phone manufacturer trying to make its own SoCs to differentiate itself from the fearsome competition. 

Chinese smartphone makers carve up local market
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Whatever Apple claim

While Apple is claiming it is cleaning up in China, some figures in from the Far East suggest that the market has been carved up by local suppliers.