App developers starting to rebel against Apple
Published in News


The peasants are revolting

App developers are defying Apple in record numbers, according to a new coalition of companies aimed at breaking the iPhone maker's tight grip over its mobile software and the way it governs the App Store.

Old Apple and Google deal sets the watchdogs barking
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Prime example of antitrust

Apple's agreement to feature Google as the preselected search engine for iPhones, saying America's Justice Department views it as a prime example of what prosecutors say are Google's illegal tactics to protect its monopoly and choke off competition.

Apple’s late adoption of 5G does not mean much
Published in Network


Challenges remain says IDTechEx

Fruity cargo cult Apple’s late integration of 5G into all four newly announced iPhones does not mean that the tech is suddenly going to get popular according to IDTechEx.

Apple has throttled away any Android advantage
Published in Mobiles


Benchmarks show power supply issues covered

While the Tame Apple Press is creaming itself over the new iPhones, it appears that the new gear is getting its clock cleaned by Android phones.

Apple deals with Google’s Project Zero by hiring key hacker
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One way to make a problem go away

Apple has poached a key member of Google’s Project Zero, a hacking team at Google that has found dozens of critical vulnerabilities in Apple’s iOS and other Apple software.

Apple finally gives fanboys 5G
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 11:33

Apple finally gives fanboys 5G


Late

More than a year behind everyone else in the phone industry, the fruity cargo cult Apple has finally invented 5G and installed it in its phones.

Apple’s T2 security chip has an unfixable bug
Published in PC Hardware


Shedloads of threats

While Apple’s T2 security chip appears mostly to help Jobs’ Mob control its Walled Garden of delights, it apparently is not very good at security.

Epic loses antitrust injunction
Published in Gaming
Monday, 12 October 2020 11:17

Epic loses antitrust injunction


Apple fanboys celebrate at the prospect of paying more money

Epic Games "did not win its preliminary injunction in its antitrust action against Apple, which would have forced Apple to allow Fortnite back onto the iPhone, iPad, and Mac".

Apple forced free ProtonMail to charge
Published in News
Friday, 09 October 2020 12:02

Apple forced free ProtonMail to charge


Even if it had been free for years

Fruity cargo cult Apple forced a free app developer to make in-app purchases (IAP) and threatened to remove the app if it told customers.

Intel, Qualcomm, Tesla against ARM–Nvidia merger
Published in PC Hardware


Exclusive:
Few others, Apple maybe

Multiple well-informed sources have informed us that there is a big uprising in Silicon Valley against the proposed Nvidia–ARM acquisition. We have spoken with people from multiple technology companies, and everyone - outside ARM and Nvidia - believes that this is bad for the industry.