Apple autocratically deletes music from your hard-drive
Published in News


Making you pay twice 

Job’s Mob has started purging the hard-drives of Apple fanboys to force them to use its god-awful music streaming business.

Mobile phone use does not cause cancer
Published in Mobiles


29-year study gives the all clear

It is looking incredibly unlikely that mobile phone use is giving anyone cancer.  A long term study into the incidence of brain cancer in the Australian population between 1982 to 2013 shows no marked increase.

Samsung to team up with Chinese to build logical chips
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Increase logic-chip sales

Samsung Electronics is considering partnering with Chinese semiconductor companies to increase its sales and market share in the less-volatile and more profitable logic-chip business.

TSMC tapes out Apple's A11 processor
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Friday, 06 May 2016 11:02

TSMC tapes out Apple's A11 processor


Full of 10nm FinFet goodness

Apple's partner in crime, TSMC has begun to tape out the design for Apple's A11 processor built on a 10nm FinFET process.

GoPro delays drone launch
Published in Wearables
Friday, 06 May 2016 10:46

GoPro delays drone launch


So much for sorting out its problems quickly

Wearable action camera GoPro was banking on the release of its drone camera, the Karma as a way of pulling itself out of trouble.  But now it has surprised analysts by saying that the drone will be delayed until the Christmas sales.

Serious security flaw in Qualcomm packages
Published in Mobiles


Found in hundreds of Android phone models

FireEye has found a vulnerability in Qualcomm software packages which are under the bonnet of hundreds of Android phone models.

Cupertino residents revolting against Apple
Published in News


What has Apple ever done for us?

The small town where Apple is based is starting to get miffed at the arrogant high handed way the outfit is treating the community.

China using Beidou to track people
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Thursday, 05 May 2016 14:02

China using Beidou to track people


Taiwan government warns employees not to use it

The Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology is warning government employees to avoid using phones that use China's GPS system Beidou to prevent ‘targeted attacks’

iPhone is a leather case in China
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Thursday, 05 May 2016 12:45

iPhone is a leather case in China


Apple didn’t invent the name

Fruity cargo cult Apple has been told by a Chinese court that a leather goods maker invented the name “iPhone” and it can’t kill off the business simply because its iPhone product did rather well.

Oculus COO quits
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Thursday, 05 May 2016 12:26

Oculus COO quits


FitBit’s COO headhunted


Oculus VR’s CEO, Brendan Iribe has announced that Laird Malamed is no longer the company Chief Operating Officer. Instead Hans Hartmann will be leaving FitBit, where he is currently COO, to take over.