Samsung reports best profit in a year
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Still declining

Samsung appears to be slowly headed out of trouble and is to report its best profits in a year.

Qualcomm and Apple face China syndrome
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Job's Mob melt-down 

It seems that we were right, the Tame Apple Press is preparing the world for a failure in China.

Apple fanboys discover new way to escape the genepool
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Let's make our phone look like a handgun

While a big chunk of Americans don't believe Darwin's theories, it seems that Apple fanboys are doing their best to remove themselves from the genepool.

Apple exterminates Greek users
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You can't afford us any more, see ya

While Greece is worried about having to give all their cash to the Germans, at least they will not have to worry about its citizens wasting their money on Apple's latest musical gimmick.

Apple incompetence could save the world
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Three malwares could wipe out all things Apple

Apple's faith based security system could end up smashing every iPhone and IPad in the world and thus saving the world.

How the Tame Apple press lies
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Knifing Xiaomi

Earlier this week we ran a story which said that Xiaomi was doing rather well and was on target to hit its 80 million phone sales this year. 

Analysts trim iWatch expectations
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What were we thinking?

Wall Street Analysts are suddenly waking up to the fact that they made some career killing predictions over Apple's iWatch.

Hollywood tells truth about Steve Jobs
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Apparently has been reading Fudzilla

Hollywood has dared to make a film which tells the truth about the fruity cargo Apple's profit Steve Jobs.

World's leading operating system is Windows 7
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Looks like that tablet idea was really daft

The world's most popular operating system is still Windows 7, as Microsoft really regrets wasting its time with a tablet interface in Windows 8.

Tim Cook is better than Steve Jobs
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Wall Street speaks heresy

A top Wall Street money man Julian Robertson has committed religious heresy against the Apple Cult by claiming that its latest CEO Tim Cook was actually better than its mystical fruity founder Steve Jobs.