Apple builds Android App
Published in Mobiles
17 September 2015

Apple builds Android App


Falling customer numbers? There is an Android app for that

Desperate to drive customers to its flagging iPhone 6S and its Surface Pro clone Apple has officially created and released an Android app.

Apple delays watchOS 2 rollout
Published in Wearables


Not coming today

It appears that Apple has some problems with its watchOS 2 update as the rollout will not begin today, as it was earlier announced.

Apple blasts Hollywood Heresy
Published in News


Steve Jobs was nice really

Apple is having a huge problem with the image of its dead former CEO Steve Jobs.

IKEA beats Apple technology
Published in Mobiles


Offers it free

The maker of meatballs and flat-pack furniture, IKEA has managed to take technology "invented by Apple" and make it available for its customers free.

Apple TV non-starter in the games industry
Published in Games


Analysts say it is going no-where fast

While the Apple fruity cargo cult is pushing the world to see its TV as a gaming machine, it has not got any chance at all, according analysts.

Apple iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus come with 2GB of RAM
Published in Mobiles


Big 12.9-inch iPad Pro has 4GB of RAM

Apple has already announced its new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones as well as the big 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but the company did not reveal any details regarding the amount of RAM in these devices.

Apple PR hints iPhones 6S sales to break records
Published in Mobiles


More than 10 million in the first week

Love it or hate it, the new iPhone 6S / 6S plus are on good track to beat the last year's sales records. In the first week iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sold 10 million pieces. Here's the latest sales update from Apple.

Nvidia's flaming shield has new "feature"
Published in Games


Released with a broken hard-drive

Nvidia, which is already reeling from having to recall its Shield consoles for getting a little too hot now has another problem.

Smartwatches used to spy
Published in Wearables
14 September 2015

Smartwatches used to spy


Data leak

In another reason not to own a smartwatch, a team of boffins have turned them in to devices which can spy on their owners.

3D Touch not enough for iPhone 6s analysts warn
Published in Mobiles


Sales will fall to 2013 levels

Beancounters at Digitimes Research have warned that the introduction of 3D Touch may not be strong enough to stir up demand for the new iPhones as the outfit loses control of China.