While users and the rest of the world think Apple’s move to kill off the headphone jack is a bad idea, Intel is cheering a general move to a more mobile USB Type-C.
Flaws in the method
Cryptography researchers at John Hopkins University have found another flaw in the encryption used by Apple’s iMessage and while Jobs' Mob might have fixed it, the researchers say that the company's encryption methodology is borked.
Claims it is working on a new AI platform
Fruity cargo cult Apple is trying to convince the world it is “coming up with something new” by talking a lot about Artificial Reality.
Simultaneous release of standard and "S" models possible
A week ago, we reported that alleged prototypes of Apple’s upcoming tenth-generation smartphones were released in a YouTube video comparing dimensions, features and aesthetics between three new devices.
Expect more expensive Apple clones to follow
Software king of the world Microsoft is expected to release three new flavours of Surface three in one desktops later this year.
Can’t take the jibes from Fudzilla
For a while now we have been mocking the fruity cargo cult Apple for being unable to upgrade its Macbook Pro. Now it seems that Jobs Mob has suddenly woken up to the fact that you can’t claim you are cutting edge while peddling four-year-old stock.
Nothing to see here, move on please
A Chinese analyst claims that Apple will release the “new and improved” iWatch when all the coverage is going to be focused on the iPhone 7.
Front people named as secret minutes revealed
The fruity cargo cult, Apple’s mission to lower the standards of the world hit a new “high” today after it announced which celebs were going to host their new self-reverential app developer “reality” show. Gwyneth Paltrow, will.i.am have been named as the celebrities which will add weight to “Planet of the Apps.” It seems such a strange decision that we asked one of our Apple deep throats to find us the minutes of the meeting where it was made. We provide it verbatim:
27,000 PCs still run the ancient software
More than 27,000 PCs in use by London’s Metropolitan Police are running Windows XP despite an IT modernisation programme and fears that it makes them vulnerable to hackers.