Apple to spend some of its tax-free cash pile in EU
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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.

Apple and Linux buggier than Windows
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Monday, 23 February 2015 11:56

Apple and Linux buggier than Windows

 
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.

UK wants Internet defined as a utility
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Friday, 20 February 2015 12:18

UK wants Internet defined as a utility


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.

Outfit behind Superfish claims it is under attack
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Fiasco gets worse

The outfit at the heart of the Lenovo "superfish" spyware scandle Komodia is being attacked.

Ryan Air teams up with Apple
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Friday, 20 February 2015 12:10

Ryan Air teams up with Apple


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.

Sony releases daft silent SD cards
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Friday, 20 February 2015 12:07

Sony releases daft silent SD cards


Sounds of silence 

Sony has released a super expensive SD card for the terminally daft in the audiophile market.

Japan Display does deal with the devil
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Friday, 20 February 2015 12:03

Japan Display does deal with the devil


Teams up with Apple

Japan Display is apparently ignoring what happened with the Sapphire Glass fiasco and is considering building a plant with Apple.

Lenovo installs malware in laptops
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Thursday, 19 February 2015 13:05

Lenovo installs malware in laptops


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.

Raspberry Pi 2 sells half a million in three weeks
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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.

Mark Cuban slams net neutrality plans
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Thursday, 19 February 2015 11:45

Mark Cuban slams net neutrality plans


Ayn says it will F*ck everything up.

Cable company boss and worshipper of Ayn Rand, Mark Cuban has warned that if the Government pushes through its net neutrality bill then "the Internet will be "f*cked up."