Apple unveils iOS 9 at WWDC 2015
Published in Mobiles


Coming this fall

In addition to the WatchOS 2 and the new OS X El Capitan, Apple has also announced the new iOS 9 mobile OS at its WWDC 2015 even in San Francisco.

Apple announces OS X El Capitan
Published in News


Focus on user experience and performance

During WWDC 2015 event in San Francisco, Apple has unveiled the new version of its OS X operating system, the OS X El Capitan.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 gets a customer
Published in Processors


Xiaomi not worried by the fire breathing dragon rumours

Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm whose Snapdragon 810 which has not been doing so well when it comes to customers, or heating has found a customer for its 820 model.

iOS copies Windows 8
Published in Mobiles


Exterminate the desktop

The fruity cargo cult, Apple, which  has never been afraid of taking people's useless ideas and turning them into money, has decided to copy Microsoft's least favourite idea – killing off the desktop in Windows 8.

Apple burnt by Newsstand App
Published in News


Apple wanted too much of the pie 

Fruity cargo cult Apple's attempts to squeeze money from newspapers has failed completely and the outfit has pulled its much marketed Newsstand App.

Apple announces Apple Music at WWDC 2015
Published in News


The "new" music service

Although rumored earlier, Apple has now officially announced its new music streaming service, the Apple Music.

Apple announces 100 billion downloads from App Store
Published in Mobiles


25 billion downloads in last 12 months

During its WWDC 2015 event, Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, has announced that Apple's App Store has reached a 100 billion apps downloads.

Apple tries to off-load Apple Pay on the Brits
Published in News


No luck in the US

While US retailers have treated Apple Pay with a loud resounding yawn, Jobs' Mob thinks it will have more like with the British.

FBI claims Apple is helping Islamic State
Published in News


Tim Cook only wants to decapitate Google

The FBI claims that Apple is using technology which is helping Islamic State on its terror campaigns.

Apple TV is cannibalising Mac
Published in News

Which shows the Mac's key use

In a story which was supposed to show Apple TV giving streaming-media box companies a kicking, CNET accidently revealed that the low powered, low function product is actually damaging Jobs' Mob's sales of Macs.