Apple pulls Monster's licence
Published in News


How dare you sue us!

Jobs' Mob has shown its petty side after it pulled the licence for Monster Cable to make expensive wires for its expensive toys.

Apple puts iWatch in stores
Published in Wearables


Maybe some idiot will buy them

Apple mysteriously has enough iWatches on hand to start putting them in its own stores.

Apple is convicted of playing monopoly
Published in News


Go directly to jail do not collect $200

Fruity cargo cult Apple has found that its anti-competitive practices of forcing telcos to do what they are told do not go down well in Taiwan.

New York Times damns iWatch
Published in Wearables


Writing is on the wall after Apple loses key Ally

In a sign that the end is near for the iWatch, the New York Times has admitted that it is rubbish.

Xiaomi sells 6 million Mi Bands
Published in News


$13 fitness band kicking iWatch to death

Although you will not see it in the Tame Apple Press, in China Xiaomi is flogging shedloads of fitness bands for $13.

Pegatron points to IT revival
Published in News


June was the turning point

While the IT industry has been performing as well as a contestant on the Italy's Got Talent show, Pegatron thinks that things will turn around this month.

Most iPhone users would risk death to save their phone
Published in Mobiles


Perspective they have heard of it

The standards of the world have slipped to such a state that most Apple fanboys would actually risk death to protect the shiny toys.

Quanta reports rise in notebook sales
Published in Notebooks


Surprises

The PC maker Quanta Computer's has reported a surprise hike in the sales of notebooks.

Samsung claims it is King of the LTE patents
Published in News


Your invoice is in the mail

Samsung Electronics has told the world that owns the largest number of patent rights essential for long-term evolution (LTE) technology in the world.

Twitter thinks you want video on your iWatch
Published in News


For those who have the Superman's eyes  

After Apple released its iWatch the industry has been trying to think of things it can be used for and Twitter has apparently come up with the daftest.