US government stands up to Big Tech
Published in News
Friday, 21 January 2022 12:37

US government stands up to Big Tech


Senate Judiciary Committee bravely approved anti-trust measures

The US Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved a bill that would bar tech giants like Amazon.com from giving preference to their own businesses on their websites, despite hefty lobbying from top executives like Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook.

Tame Apple Press attacks Samsung for “falling behind on AR”
Published in Mobiles


Stop embarrassing Apple by showing its weaknesses on foldable phones

Now that news is starting leak out about Apple’s over-priced AR the Tame Apple Press is lowering its credibility by marketing it and rubbishing the competition.  

Apple asked to kill off its aging mobile technology
Published in Mobiles


Security problem waiting to happen

Fruity cargo cult Apple has been insisting that its phones operating ancient technology and now the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is begging it to stop.

Apple orders US senators to stop anti-trust legislation
Published in News


You thou shalt not do anything that upsets iPhone sales

Fruity cargo cult Apple penned a stiff letter to US senators ordering them not to pass bipartisan antitrust legislation not because it would stop the company from doing what it likes but because it will “harm the privacy of American iPhone users.”

Apple mixed-reality headset looks to be an expensive turkey
Published in Mobiles


You probably were not expecting this

Apple's long-rumoured mixed-reality headset could cost consumers over $2,000 when it eventually ships in 2023.

Apple permitted publication of Safari data for months
Published in Mobiles


Could not be bothered fixing the problem

Fruity cargo cult Apple sat on a serious Safari bug which disclosed user data for months and still cannot be bothered fixing it.

Apple and Google flogging pirated software
Published in News
Friday, 14 January 2022 13:47

Apple and Google flogging pirated software


Dragged into court

The maker of the popular game “PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has launched a US lawsuit claiming that a Singapore-based company made rip-off versions of its game, and Apple and Google have refused to stop selling them.

Biden meets top tech firms
Published in News
Thursday, 13 January 2022 12:43

Biden meets top tech firms


Apparently they will help sort out Open source

The White House will meet executives from leading tech firms, including Google, Biggish Blue, Vole, Facebook, Jobs’ Mob, Oracle and Amazon.

Apple loses another chip expert
Published in PC Hardware
Thursday, 13 January 2022 12:39

Apple loses another chip expert


It just can’t keep them

While the Tame Apple Press claims that Jobs’ Mob is about to replace Intel as the world’s top chip maker, the fruity cargo cult can’t keep experienced personnel.

Apple fanboys want Intel 12th generation chips
Published in PC Hardware
Wednesday, 12 January 2022 12:33

Apple fanboys want Intel 12th generation chips


At least those who know a bit about PCs

While Jobs Mob does not want to flog a Mac with one of Intel's 12th-generation Core processors, there is support amongst those fanboys who know about PCs to make it happen.