Refuses his appeal
Google's AI appears to have gotten a bit out of control after it closed a man's account insisting he was a paedophile.
Game loaded with add trackers
A month after Apple’s favourite newspaper, the New York Times, bought Wordle it has loaded it with advertising trackers.
It is irrelevant now everything runs on Macs
Apple fanzine the New York Times' "On Tech" newsletter has dismissed the news that Microsoft releasing a new version of Windows as a "non event".
Realises that they want too much money
Founder member of the Tame Apple Press, the New York Times, has just realised that working with its favourite company is not the dream job it anticipated.
The structure of the universe has changed
After years of wetting its pants with excitement every time a new iPhone comes out, the New York Times is telling its readers it is pointless to upgrade to the new iPhone.
Hides anti-Google ranters pro-Facebook bias
Apple’s favourite newspaper, the New York Times, has published anti-Google rants from those who represent Facebook.
Apple’s unpaid “press office” refuses to support Apple news
For years the New York Times has bolstered the fruity cargo cult Apple by providing it with free advertising. But now that appears to be coming to an end.
Rant: Keeping the press tame
Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple claims that it is working to defeat all that nasty fake news that is out there, but there is a very real possibility that it will use the system to censor any media organisations which are not card carrying members of the Tame Apple Press.
Turned down its own elite engineer
Fruity tax-dodger Apple has found itself in the middle of an age discrimination row after it turned down a 54-year-old to work as one of its pixies at an Apple store.