European tech feed up with being told to eat cake
European technology businesses are complaining that Google and Apple are abusing their power and scale.
Xiaomi in number two spot worldwide
Apple shipped 3.5 million wearable devices worldwide in the first calendar quarter of this year, rising 59 percent from 2.2 million units in Q1 2016 and overtaking Fitbit as the world’s largest wearables vendor for the quarter.
Suppliers readying for production ramp in June
Mass production and component orders surrounding Apple’s next-generation iPhone are still on schedule and devices are expected to be unveiled in September, according to the latest Chinese-language news report.
Makes more cash than expected
Fitbit surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue above its own forecast.
You still need us and we will sue you to prove it
Apple’s attempts to strong arm its suppliers by cutting off their money supply unless they give it huge discounts is starting to get some kick-back from its suppliers.
Apple, Google and Microsoft need no education
A hardware war is brewing over the US education market with Apple, Google and Microsoft mud-wrestling for the hearts and minds of educators and school districts.
Looking for the City of Light
The fruity cargo-cult Apple has signed a deal with Inventec to produce a connected speaker device which will echo Amazon's Echo with a pricey product which does less.
Can’t touch this
Samsung’s new digital assistant AI-powered bot Bixby can rap, and slags off Apple’s Siri, so you don’t have to.
Cash cow on life support
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has finally fessed up that its iPhone cashcow is on life support.
Expect the Tame Apple Press to give it another headline
Fruity cargo cult Apple is expected to announce the results of a huge corporate tax dodge today, but expect the Tame Apple Press to be running stories about how wonderful the company is.