Snowden says FBI does not need Apple
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It can hack an iPhone itself


Secret service whistleblower Edward Snowden claims that the FBI does not need any help from the fruity cargo cult Apple to unlock an iPhone,

Dune case looks like a Mac Pro
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Only much cheaper

A kickstarter project has launched for a small form-factor PC case which looks rather like the Apple Mac Pro, but will be able to contain hardware which is probably much better for less cost.

IDC says iPad fad fading
Published in Mobiles


Other tablets dominate

Beancounters at IDC have been reading their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that the iPad is doomed to go the way of the dodo after being kicked to death by cheaper tablets.

All in One sales slip
Published in Notebooks


Down five percent

All in one PCs are generally suffering the same fate as their clunkier cousins.

iPhone 6S Plus outperforms Galaxy S7 Edge in app test
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But Snapdragon 820 is still faster than A9 overall

Earlier this week, a hands-on performance comparison between Apple’s crown jewel of 2015, the iPhone 6S Plus, and Samsung’s crown jewel of 2016, the Galaxy S7 Edge, was uploaded to YouTube where real-world performance was tested side-by-side to see how fast each phone runs a sequence of various apps.

Apple starts sending ghost emails from the 1970s
Published in Mobiles


You get what you pay for

Apple’s programming genii have come up with another feature which fanboys will soon be claiming is super, cool and game changing.

US's highest court forces Apple to face facts
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Steve Jobs ran a cartel

It has taken the highest court in the US to do it, but Apple finally has to admit that its patron saint was a monopolist who ran an ebook cartel designed to raise the cost of books to feather Jobs’ Mobs’ nest.

Macs locked out by virus
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Pay-up or your Coldplay collection will sleep with the fishes

Mac users have been ransomware virus which locks computer users out of their files until they pay up.

Snapdragon 820 wins in AnTuTu test
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Vicar in a TuTu

AnTuTu benchmark  has just released the top 10 rankings for the  smartphone chips of 2016 and revealed that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 is the boss.

Amazon brings back encryption on Fire
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All part of Apple's PR wars 

After firing encryption from its Fire Tablets, the online bookseller, Amazon has bought it back after customers complained.