Toshiba recovers from losses after Apple's investment offer
Published in News


But still faces a stock exchange delisting risk


Toshiba Corp’s shares finally recovered this week after Japanese broadcaster NHK reported that Apple is considering a multi-billion-dollar investment into the company’s semiconductor chip business.

Apple faces problems with iPhone 8 edge-to-edge display
Published in News


Can’t get it to go

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is set to dump one of the few things that were moderately interesting in the coming iPhone 8.

Blackberry wins arbitration case against Qualcomm
Published in Mobiles


Claims it was overcharged.

BlackBerry shares surged 18 per cent after the troubled phone maker won a $815 million award from Qualcomm.

Apple turns to medicine
Published in News
Thursday, 13 April 2017 10:31

Apple turns to medicine


What could possibly go wrong?

Now that Apple’s iPhone cash cow is looking decidedly unwell, it appears that the Fruity Cargo Cult thinks that it can reinvent itself as a medical instrument maker.

Apple likely to shaft Dialog Semiconductor
Published in Processors
Wednesday, 12 April 2017 10:30

Apple likely to shaft Dialog Semiconductor

Partner purge to keep ageing cash cow on life support

Fruity cargo-cult Apple is preparing to shaft yet another of its partners in a desperate deal to keep its iPhone cash-cow mooing.

Qualcomm files counterclaims to Apple lawsuit
Published in Mobiles


Fight fire with fire   

Qualcomm’s executives were untraditionally vocal after the Apple lawsuit. Now they've came up with counterclaims and answers to back up their case against Apple. 

World famous photographer abandons his Macs
Published in Notebooks


Apple is dead to me


World-famous photographer, artist, writer and adventurer Trey Ratcliff has shocked the Tame Apple Press by saying the fruity-cargo cult was “dead to him” after treating its creative customers so badly.

Tame Apple press man retires
Published in News
Monday, 10 April 2017 13:59

Tame Apple press man retires


Mossberg retires


The fruity cargo-cult Apple has lost one its key salesmen most favourable journalists after Walt Mossberg announced he is retiring in June.

Nvidia releases Mac drivers for the Titan Xp
Published in Graphics


But Apple has not flogged a machine that can run one


In somewhat strange news, Nvidia is saying that it is releasing macOS drivers for its Pascal architecture GPUs.

Macs are an attack magnet
Published in News
Friday, 07 April 2017 13:37

Macs are an attack magnet


460,000 malware samples uncovered


The myth that Macs were somehow more secure than other operating systems too another battering today in the latest Threat Report by McAfee Labs.