Apple to build reality distortion field
Published in Wearables

Now you can see into its world

Fruity cargo cult Apple's grip on reality has always been somewhat tentative, but now its genii are apparently working out a way of copying Google, Microsoft and VR by creating artificial reality specs.

Internet explorer and Safari users are rubbish employees
Published in News

New Survey dismisses default setting people

People who use Internet Explorer are more likely to be rubbish at their jobs, according to a new survey.

America dismisses Apple Pay
Published in News

Only greenbacks in the Land of the Fee

It seems that the artificial hype generated by the Tame Apple Press about Apple Pay is failing to interest the man on the street.

Fundholders slammed for Apple dependence
Published in News

Breaking investment rules

While some financial fund-holders are flogging their Apple shares, those who remain are increasingly getting slammed for not seeing the writing on the wall.

Man turns to crack dealing to buy Apple Watch
Published in Wearables

Daft excuses of our time

A Chinese bloke turned to crime so that he could afford to follow the voices in his head which told him he needed an iWatch. 

Apple blames servers for outage
Published in News

Networking skills showing

Apple's legendary ability to build super secure robust networks which are the envey of every serious networking company in the world came to the fore this week. 

Developers can't do anything with the iWatch
Published in Wearables

It is bloody useless

If Apple was hoping that developers would invent Apps for its overpriced iWatch, it is sadly mistaken. 

iPhone to get Intel silicon
Published in Mobiles

7360 LTE modem, for now…

Next generation iPhones seem to be getting some silicon from Intel, in the form of the 7360 LTE modem. 

iPhone installs undeleteable iWatch advert
Published in Mobiles

More Malware

Jobs' Mob has decided that the only way that punters will buy their nearly useless iWatch is if they are forced to watch adverts for the thing. 

CIA hacked iPhone a year before its release
Published in Mobiles

Trivial security

Apple's iPhone encryption system was so easy, the CIA and FBI had cracked it a year before the shiny toy hit the shops.