Apple plans to make BMW i3 its car
Published in News


It is dull, ugly, pointless and German let's make it even more expensive

The Apple rumour mill was all a whirl after word leaked out that Apple is choosing BMW for its first electric smart car.

HTML5 security might hide web exploits
Published in Graphics


Turning gamekeepers into poachers

Some of the features introduced in HTML5 can be used to hide web-based exploits and help them evade security.

AMD issues new Linux drivers
Published in Graphics


Still a few problems

AMD has released new Linux drivers for the upcoming Linux 4.2 kernel.

Studios conspired with Justice department in Google smear campaign
Published in News


They will do what they are told

The Big Content cartel, which runs the movie and music business, planned to run a campaign to smear Google for refusing to prop-up its failing business model with censorship.

Active virgin predicts the death of smart bands
Published in Wearables


Didn't even know they were alive

CIO of international health club operator Virgin Active, Andy Caddy said that fitness bands from the likes of Fitbit and Jawbone won't be around in two years' time.

China ready to overthrow smartphone hierarchy
Published in Mobiles


Huawei closer to Samsung and Apple

The latest IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker indicates that there maybe problems ahead for Apple and Samsung. 

Analyst dubs Apple a scaredy cat
Published in Wearables


Too frightened to reveal iWatch failure

A German analyst has dismissed Apple's claims that it does not want to reveal its iWatch figures because it would give the competition an advantage.

Apple wants India to make up for China
Published in Mobiles


Looking to recruit slum dog millionaires

Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is looking to replace what is predicted to become a shrinking market in China by adopting a missionary position for its cargo cult in India.

Analysts think that Intel should buy Qualcomm
Published in News


Fudzilla bugs them

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street have been mulling over the news that Qualcomm might spin off its chip making business.

Magazine accidentally shows how Windows 10 will slow PC market
Published in Notebooks


Windows 10 on a 7-Year-Old Acer Aspire One is Flawless

A magazine which is showing how flawless the new Windows 10 is on a seven year old Aspire One is probably unaware that he is showing what will put the PC market to sleep.