Apple furious at “Amazon” for peddling fakes
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If only Amazon had good reason to love Apple

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is furious that 80 percent of the “Genuine Apple” accessories on the Amazon site are fakes.

Nintendo next gen console ready for March
Published in Games

New video out today teasing NX

Nintendo is expected to show off a teaser video for the new NX console which it plans to launch globally in March.

Samsung’s 8 GB micro-RAM headed for mobile
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8GB DRAM in a tiny package even if you don't need it

We should start seeing 8GB appearing as standard in flagship mobile phones soon thanks to Samsung’s new silicon that packs 8GB of DRAM in a single tiny package.

Apple throttles the speed on cheapest iPhone 7
Published in Mobiles

You have to upgrade

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has a natty way to force those who splashed out on the entry model iPhone 7 to upgrade to the more expensive version – it gave it slower memory.

LeEco unwraps phones at US event
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It's not French, though but

In the style of a large tradeshow press event, LeEco officially launched in the USA.

Bug in Intel chips threatens security
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Wooden flaw

Researchers claim that they have discovered a bug in Intel chips that could compromise system securities.

Wearables will help your health
Published in Wearables

Deep learning at bodily level

A research analyst has forecast that the market in health related wearables will revolutionize the lives of people suffering from diabetes.

FBI Czech Russian hacker
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 Putin's Democratic party hacker?

Czech police and the FBI have fingered the collar of a Russian citizen and the press is wondering if they have caught the US Democratic party hacker.

Samsung plans two new smartwatches
Published in Wearables

Gear S3 Frontier and S3 Classic out next month

Samsung has announced that it will be releasing the Galaxy Gear S3 smartwatch next month.

Ecuador admits pulling Assange’s internet plug
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Stop interfering in the US elections

The Ecuadorian government has had enough of Julian Assange trying to game the US elections with Russian supplied propaganda and has pulled the plug.