Apple thought about ripping off Tetris
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At least on a prototype

Fruity cargo cult Apple saw the success of the computer game Tetris and said “we will be having some of that” and bashed out a clone.

Microsoft ready clean Mac’s out-of-date clock
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New ARM Snapdragon X will make Macs look as dated as Stevenson’s rocket

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says that while the fruity cargo cult Apple had done a splendid job on its latest Mac, it was going to be outdated by the new windows optimised laptops coming from Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung in the next four weeks.

Apple and Starlink ally to take on security complaints
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An attack on one is an attack on the other

Fruity cargo cult Apple has teamed up with Elon [look at me] Musk’s Starlink to see off a report which shows them both up as a little insecure.

Apple's 'Big Brother' tactics stifle Euro tech freedom
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EU needs to check the fine print

In a classic display of Apple's 'my way or the highway' attitude, the tech giant has finally bent the knee to European law, but not without a sneaky catch that's got third-party browser developers in a right tizz.

Tame Apple Press claims Qualcomm’s better chip is a spoiler
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Nothing can really beat Apple

The Fruity Cargo Cult-owned press has started rumours claiming that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4, expected to be announced in October, will have “spoiler” specifications and the final products will not be as good as Jobs’ Mob.

Apple launches new iPad Pro 2024 models
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OLED display and M4 chipset for Pro, and new iPad Air models in tow

Apple has officially announced its newest iPad Pro models, which will be available in 11- and 13-inch versions, and come with OLED screens, the new M4 chip, the new Apple Pencil Pro, and more, marking the biggest update to the iPad Pro update since it was launched. Apple also announced the new iPad Air 2024 models with M2 chip that will also be available in 11- and 13-inch sizes.

Apple’s spyware problem getting worse
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Faithbased security failing

The fruity cargo cult Apple is getting into serious trouble over its current surge in spyware.

Yet another exploited security flaw in macOS systems
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Cuckoo in the nest

Cybersecurity boffins have unearthed a new information thief that preys on Apple macOS systems. This thief can dig its claws into infected hosts and act as a snoop.

Apple fangirl has 7,500 Firefox tabs open all the time
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You can’t do that on Safari

An Apple fangirl has been keeping a staggering 7,500 Firefox tabs open on her Mac computer for over two years—and she's not planning on closing them anytime soon.

Apple’s China crisis continues
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Meltdown to the centre of the earth

The Fruity cargo-cult Apple’s woes in what used to be a significant market are continuing, according to the latest findings from Counterpoint Research.