Tablet sales reach a new low
Published in Mobiles

So much for game changers

The market for game-changing, super cool keyboardless netbooks is slumping lower than Donald Trump’s approval rating amongst educated black women.

Samsung extends cross license with Qualcomm
Published in Mobiles

Enemy of my enemy

Samsung is about to launch the Galaxy S9 and the US and Chinese version will use the Snapdragon 845. Samsung has been fighting Qualcomm with its own Exynos but the global patent cross-license agreement as well as a multi-year strategic relationship agreement sends a strong no-buy message to Broadcom.

Apple will delay iOS release
Published in News

Wants to tackle quality and security issues

Fruity cargo cult Apple will delay the release of its iOS software this year in a bid to sort some of its comedy programming issues.

Apple under criminal investigation for throttling
Published in News

DoJ and Securities and Exchange Commission want an explanation

It seems that Apple’s battery throttling antics have sparked a criminal investigation.

Apple planning to move to ARM for Macs
Published in Processors

Tame Apple Press demands AMD and Intel should surrender immediately

It is all over for Intel and AMD chip market according to the Tame Press because the fruity cargo cult is going to build its own chips.

Apple might not make another iPhone SE
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If one arrives, it will be the same as the old one

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo issued a research note today that casts doubt on rumours about a second-generation iPhone SE launching in the second quarter of 2018.

Apple starts to kill off its server functionality
Published in News

In other news, iOS still had a server functionality

The Fruity Cargo cult Apple is finally giving up on its server based flavours of OS X.

Apple's new iPad advert is annoying
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Anger on the web

Apple's advert for the multi-tasking capability of the iPad Pro and iOS 11 is managing to get people really cross.

Apple’s crisis has revealed more user assault and battery
Published in Mobiles

One of the reasons why Apple is a closed company

Apple’s decision to allow an app to show battery life on its iPhones might stave off class suits but has revealed another reason for the company’s secret nature.

Qualcomm  to appeal $1.23 billion fine
Published in Processors


The European Commission announced that it would be fining Qualcomm $1.23 billion, for abusing its market position between 2011 and 2016, related to its relationship with Apple.