Woman strips for iPhone 6S in shopping centre
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Doesn't work

China appears shocked that Apple's marketing is making people completely insane.

More peace declared in Smartphone wars
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Smartphone trademark world war cools

The world war between companies fighting over patent infringement connected to smartphones is starting to die out as all sides collapse of legal exhaustion.

Android used by 1.4 billion people
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Google mocks Gartner's figures

Search engine outfit Google announced Android was now being used by 1.4 billion people around the world, something which might surprise analysts working for Gartner who believed Android had peaked.

iOS 9 wi-fi default empties your bank account
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Apple's networking genius strikes again

Apple fanboys who install iOS 9 might be blessed with a feature that will give you a phone bill shock enabled by default.

TV news takes a turn for the worst
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Apple fanboys replace real cameras with iPhones

There is always a great danger when an Apple fanboy gets control of a hardware budget and a Swiss television station is going to find out the hard way.

What Tim Cook did not mention  in "record sales" claim
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Wall Street has already seen through it

Yesterday Apple announced that its sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses in its first three days of launch and claimed it was a record. The Tame Apple Press sent its staff to dance in the streets, but the question was why does Wall Street look even more coldly at Jobs Mob?

iPhone 6S has A9 from TSMC or Samsung
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16nm FinFET or 14nm Samsung

There has been a lot of talk whether the Apple's A9 SoC comes from Samsung or TSMC and it turns out that Apple uses both.

Hon Hai will buy most of Sharp
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Possibly with help from Apple 


Hon Hai considering buying a majority stake in Sharp's loss-making LCD business for $1.7 billion,

TSMC expects sales drop
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24 September 2015

TSMC expects sales drop


But revenues up

Chipmaker TSMC has warnedthat its revenues for the fourth quarter will experience a sequential decline, however its bottom line has been saved by the fact that the US dollar is doing well against the Taiwan currency.

Fingerprint sensors fall below $5
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Everyone can get their mitts on them

While fingerprint sensors are seen as a "top of the range" smartphone item, the cost of providing them is now minimal.