iPhone 7 fails to wow China
Published in News


We thought this might be the case

It  look like Apple marketing might convince Americans to renew their phone but even the Tame Apple Press admits that Jobs’ Mob is not having much luck convincing the Chinese.

Smartwatches fail to catch on
Published in Wearables


Now is not the hour

While the fruity tax-dodger Apple does its best to convince the world that its Smartwatch 2 is any different from the expensive chocolate teapot which was the earlier model, it appears that other more “cutting edge” manufacturers are giving up on the tech.

iOS “feature” helps kids distribute pony porn
Published in Mobiles


Think of the children

Upgrading your iPhone might cause a few problems for parents who don’t like their children seeing online porn.

Chipworks reveals the iPhone 7 has Intel XMM7360
Published in Mobiles


iPhone 7 Model A1778

Intel is officially part of the iPhone 7 Model A1778 as Chipworks cracked it open and found Intel’s Baseband Processor (Modem) PMB9943 chip also known as the Intel XMM 7360.

iFixit spots Qualcomm modem in iPhone 7 Plus
Published in Mobiles


Snapdragon X12 LT in one

Someone has finally opened up the iPhone 7 Plus and found it uses a Snapdragon X12 LT from Qualcomm. This version of the phone was headed for the Japanese market. 

Logitech shows off more G213 Prodigy RGB details
Published in News


Brings a lot of features for its price

Logitech already unveiled its  line of Prodigy gaming products, including the new headset, mouse and the G213 Prodigy RGB gaming keyboard, but now we have a few more details about the keyboard.

LG V20 is the first device to support the AWS-3 LTE spectrum
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Supplemental downlink and uplink bandwidth

LG recently said that its upcoming V20 smartphone is the world’s first “native Android 7 device,” but it appears the company may also have another first-to-market feature for the  device in terms of LTE spectrum support.

Japan to spend a billion on artificial intelligence
Published in News

You know it makes sense

The Japanese government is set to spend $974 million on a 10 year project to make artificial intelligence (AI) a reality.

UK planning to rebuild a cyber-version of Hadrian’s Wall
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Which will probably work just as well

The UK government is seriously considering building a national firewall similar to China.

Samsung 7 recall failing
Published in Mobiles


Users don’t want to let them go

Despite all the horror stories in the Tame Apple Press, and the fact the product is having a recall, Samsung Note 7 owners are not handing over their machines.