Warning the tax inspectors
Fruity tax avoider Apple is going to spend some of its huge cash pile investing in the EU. This is probably because if it brings back any of its EU generated cash to the US it will be taxed, so it might as well spend it on something useful.
Buggier than a Sardinian cheese
Despite what you might get told by Apple and Linux fanboys, their operating systems are less secure and more buggy than anything which comes out of Redmond.
Must be available to everyone
The UK government has called for the internet to be defined as a utility service which must be available for everyone, like water or electricity, due to its fundamental importance in modern-day life.
Fiasco gets worse
The outfit at the heart of the Lenovo "superfish" spyware scandle Komodia is being attacked.
It likes things overpriced
If the overpriced coffee, loud advertising and fees for carrying a small bag were not enough to deter you from flying Ryan Air, you will be pleased to know that the budget Airline is now becoming an Apple fanboy's paradise.
Sounds of silence
Sony has released a super expensive SD card for the terminally daft in the audiophile market.
Teams up with Apple
Japan Display is apparently ignoring what happened with the Sapphire Glass fiasco and is considering building a plant with Apple.
Superfish adware is a killer shark
Maker of the thinkpad, Lenovo pre-installed a virus-like software on laptops that makes the devices more vulnerable to hacking.
Only a few weeks in the shops
After only a few weeks in the shops, Raspberry Pi 2 sales have reached the 500,000 mark.