On Apple’s home turf with a cheaper easier product
Smartphone leader Samsung is taking its eBanking product to the home turf of its rival Apple.
$400 million for trying to fix the price of ebooks
One of Steve Jobs’ more despicable moments has finally cost his fruity cargo cult money.
Xiaomi warns it could all go so wrong
The trend towards waterproofing smartphones could end badly, according to Xiaomi CEO Lin Jun.
Court ruling means it could face a ban
Apple’s Chinese troubles deepened after a court decided that it had stolen the design for the iPhone 6 from a local smartphone maker.
Apples are not the only fruit
The Tame Apple Press has been running down Qualcomm since its favourite company announced it was buying chips from Intel, but there are good reasons why the American chipmaker should not care that much.
Goodnight US and Korea
Chinese companies are swamping the top of the pops of smartphone makers and while Samsung and Apple are the main brand leaders, companies based behind the Great Wall take up the rest of the spots.
Our list of coming Apple “attractions”
Apple appears to have written of this year as too horrible to mention, and its much hyped announcements at Apple WWDC 2016 were nothing more than a loud sounding yawn. But what should they have said?
Opinon: Big announcement turns out time for a snooze
Apple had a chance yesterday to convince the world that it had not run out of ideas, it was no longer dependent on China, and had a cunning plan to save itself from obscurity – it failed.
Redesigned Control Center, facial recognition, dynamic maps and more
On Monday during WWDC 2016, Apple announced the tenth version of its mobile operating system, now called iOS 10. With iPhone sales remaining almost flat over the past two quarters, the company knew it had to bring its software platform up to speed in any acceptable way possible to prevent revenue drag for the upcoming iPhone launch this September.
So much for being environmentally friendly
The fruity cargo cult Apple's green credentials have been called into question after it was revealed in the US it is doing its best to get a law allowing users to repair their own gear scrapped.