We thought we didn't do that sort of thing
Apple's move to scan its cloud for kiddie porn has managed to upset Apple staff who are concerned that the outfit is breaking its own privacy policies.
Antitrust inquiry into Apple's antics
According to a collection of internal emails recently released by lawmakers, as part of the House Judiciary Committee's antirust probe into Apple, a series of Amazon advertisements prompted Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller to block in-app purchases of Kindle books on iOS.
Creates a rotary mobile phone
Justine Haupt, 34, hates smartphones and has built her own with no LED screen, a clunky antenna and a rotary dial.
Even in Apple land
The Tame Apple Press, in its bid to push its favourite company, made a staggering claim – thanks to Steve Jobs and his iPad the PC was officially dead.
Yearly product cycles caused carbon footprint to accelerate
When alien archaeologists comb through the wreckage of our dead planet they will be forced to conclude that the electronics industry decisions to market products that last a year before needing to be renewed was a key factor.
Touchscreens led to destroyer collision
The US Navy has worked out that using touchscreens to run its throttle and helm controls on its destroyers was a dumb idea.
No sex please we are British
When Steve Jobs popularised smartphone technology he had no idea that he would be personally responsible for stopping British people from having sex.
I wanna folding phone
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has complained that Jobs' Mob is falling behind in innovation.
Former engineer spins the beans
Apple turned against customers and its employees after the death of co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs; a fired Apple engineer claims in a lawsuit.