Global Tablet sales continue to fall
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4.6 per cent lower

Beancounters working for Digitimes have added up some numbers and worked out that global tablet shipments are expected to drop 4.6 per cent sequentially.

Apple admits deleting music collections
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Clueless as to why

Fruity cargo cult Apple has admitted that its super-cool, innovative, cutting edge, music streaming software does delete users’ old record collections. However it has reassured users that the software genii it hires can’t work out why it does this.

Microsoft and Amazon execs busted for promoting sex slavery
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Top Health bloke and Fire man

Amazon and Microsoft top executives have been arrested in a prostitution sting and charged with promoting sex slavery.

Apple shares in free fall
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Investors wake up

Apple shares are continuing to fall as more investors realise that the share price is not going to go up any more.

Apple in hot water for “nicking ideas”
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This one could cost it $2.4 billion

Fruity cargo cult Apple has found itself in the middle of another accusation that it may not invented some of the technology it made a fortune from.
VoIP-Pal (VPLM) claims that Jobs’ Mob owes it $2.8 billion because of the way its iMessage and FaceTime services work.

IPhone 7 leak confirms it will be dire
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 Nothing to see here move on

Yet another leak has confirmed what we have been saying all along, the iPhone 7 is going to have nothing new or inovative to make upgrading from the iPhone 6S worthwhile.

FTC to clamp down on slow security updates
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Asked eight leading players what they are doing

The Federal Trade Commission has written to eight leading players in the mobile communications arena requiring them to tell the agency how they issue security updates to address vulnerabilities in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile gear.

Apple autocratically deletes music from your hard-drive
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Making you pay twice 

Job’s Mob has started purging the hard-drives of Apple fanboys to force them to use its god-awful music streaming business.

TSMC tapes out Apple's A11 processor
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Full of 10nm FinFet goodness

Apple's partner in crime, TSMC has begun to tape out the design for Apple's A11 processor built on a 10nm FinFET process.

Cupertino residents revolting against Apple
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What has Apple ever done for us?

The small town where Apple is based is starting to get miffed at the arrogant high handed way the outfit is treating the community.