Jobs movie accurate claims writer
Published in News

Jobs is apparently still spinning in his grave

The writer of the new Steve Jobs movie has counter attacked against Apple’s moves to have the film canned saying that his “conscious was clear” and the film was pretty accurate.
Lenovo snubs Microsoft Surface
Published in Notebooks


It's a rival product


Chinese maker of the ThinkPad is refusing to sell Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet because it is a rival product.

Samsung cutting prices on 14nm FinFET
Published in Processors


Begun the price wars have 

It is starting to look like a price war is brewing at the higher end of chip production, with Samsung already negotiating price cuts.

Apple's faith-based security by obscurity failing
Published in News


Running away from that bunny


Malware writers are finally getting around to writing code for Apple gear and needless to say it is falling over fast.

Apple faces costly damages bill after nicking chip designs
Published in Processors


Insistance that it invented everything could cost billions

Fruity cargo cult Apple hoped to save a bundle by creating its own version of the ARM chip for its over-priced shiny toys the iPhone and the iPad. But it might have ended up costing it  more than a billion.

Acer looks hopefully at Microsoft surface
Published in Notebooks


Sales will not kill off PC


Acer has denied a story that the Tame Apple Press has been spinning claiming that Microsoft's partners are furious with it for releasing a Surface Pro which is rather good and could damage their business.

Apple discriminates against Australians
Published in Mobiles


Aparthied behind the Walled Garden 

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to punish Australians for refusing to pay over the odds for its hardware and set up a sort of aparthied behind its walled garden for those who come from a land down under.

Half of Brits use health apps
Published in Mobiles


I am the Doctor

With the British government doing its best to gut the National Health Service, it appears that its citizens are turning to their smart-phones to find out what is wrong with them.

Tag Heuer's watch teased
Published in Wearables


Oh you little Intel Android tease you.

Google, Intel and luxuary watch-makter Tag Heuer have been teasing the release of a new smartwatch.

iOS 9 screen freezes continue
Published in Mobiles


Older phones suffer despite updates

It would appear that iOS9 was all about forcing users of old iPhone5s to upgrade to something more pointless and expensive.