Sales continue to fall
Beancounters at Gartner say that the rising US dollar is helping to kill off PC sales.
And they said 100 million couldn't be done
While the rest of the smartphone industry is in the doledrums, Chinese phone maker Huawei is likely to hit is ambitious 100 million sales target.
Wall Street has already seen through it
Yesterday Apple announced that its sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses in its first three days of launch and claimed it was a record. The Tame Apple Press sent its staff to dance in the streets, but the question was why does Wall Street look even more coldly at Jobs Mob?
Will be in 130 countries before end of 2015
Weather you were impressed with the new S, S Plus and its 3D touch, Apple has so far convinced 13 million people to buy it during the first three days of sale.
Asia Pacific growing faster
A new report into the SSD market has concluded that it is getting bigger faster than David Cameron in a butcher's shop.
In Europe and in US
T-mobile in the US has announced that the company will start selling the Apple watch on Friday but it turns out that a few European Telecoms will start get it too. .
Despite stories telling you otherwise
The Tame Apple Press has been flat out claiming that the iPhone 6S is doing really well, based on the word of Apple CEO Tim Cook – however one analyst is unconvinced.
More than 10 million in the first week
Love it or hate it, the new iPhone 6S / 6S plus are on good track to beat the last year's sales records. In the first week iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sold 10 million pieces. Here's the latest sales update from Apple.
Cash flow problems
European notebook retailers are finding it hard to shift products and are suffering from cash flow problems.