Slides of Windows 10 running on a Snapdragon
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The way of things to come

Slides of Windows 10 running on an ARM device powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 have tipped up before they are shown at CES 2017 this week.

Apple knows its wireless airbuds fall out
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Didn’t stop them releasing them

Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple knows that its expensive wireless airbuds fall out of your ears and apparently patented a fix. Only it never used it.

Apple cuts iPhone production by 10 percent this quarter
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Device activations still top holiday charts


Apple is expected to cut back its production of iPhone devices by about 10 percent in the first financial quarter of 2017 due to slower than expected sales, according to a Nikkei daily report filed on Thursday.

Exploding Note 7 did not help Apple
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Analyst angers the Tame Apple Press


NPD analyst Stephen Baker is off the Christmas Card list of the members of the Tame Apple Press which are furious that he made a comment saying that Apple had failed to capitalise on Samsung’s exploding Note 7.

Apple fans psychologically programmed to smash their phones
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New study reveals upgrade psychosis


A new psychological study has discovered that Apple fanboys are programmed to destroy their phones the moment a new one appears on the market.

Apple formally enters the field of AI research with new paper
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Begins focus on improving synthetic training models


Earlier this month, Apple’s director of AI Research Russ Salakhutdinov announced that the company would soon begin publishing research in the field of artificial intelligence, suggesting that the company is keen on improving its relationships with academia and gaining some professional recognition in the process.

Microsoft could be the world’s first trillion dollar company
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It will not be Apple after all


Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn means that the software giant is on track to become the world’s first trillion dollar company.

Apple trying to change Consumer Reports’ review
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The MacBook Pro really is not a battery sucking turkey


The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is working on Consumers Reports to get it to change its mind about the review site’s battery test results for the MacBook Pro.

Will the Apple Time Lords stuff New Year's Eve?
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We can but hope

Apple’s brightest and best software developers will be spending New Year’s Eve with their fingers crossed that their sensational ability to programme will not be questioned by millions of users as 2017 dawns.

Apple’s battery woes spread
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New upgrades make unaffected iPhone 6s sick


Apple seems to be serious in its cunning plan to get users to update to the iPhone 7, by issuing an update which was supposed to fix a problem with the iPhone 6s battery but actually spread the problem instead.