Manufacturers embellish truth about battery life
Published in Notebooks


Which? calls them out


Consumer outfit Which? claims that manufacturers are not telling the truth when it comes to claims about battery life.

Galaxy S8 smartphone’s facial recognition not that secure
Published in Mobiles


Tame Apple Press launches its strike


The Tame Apple Press is having difficulty now that the Galaxy S8 smartphone is out and providing technology that the iPhone 7 doesn’t and the iPhone 8 probably lacks.

Smartphone is doomed
Published in Mobiles


We are calling it


Given Fudzilla’s tendency to spot trends well ahead of everyone else, we have decided to call the death of the smartphone.

There's a daft claim about Intel's modem success
Published in News


Analyst’s thinks it can sell outside Apple

Susquehanna Financial Group, analyst Christopher Rolland has made the bizarre claim that Intel’s partnership with the fruity cargo-cult Apple will mean that it will become a key mobile modem player.

Boffins send lemonade on the internet
Published in News


When life gives you Apple, make lemonade


A group of researchers at the University of Singapore has worked out a way that it can convince you that you're drinking lemonade and can send it virtually over the internet.

iPad responsible for US and UK laptop ban
Published in Notebooks


Wrong sort of religious hatred 


It turns out that it was not Donald (Prince of Orange’s) hatred of all things Muslim that led to US and UK bans on laptops in aircraft last week – but an Apple iPad.

TSMC gears up for A11 processor
Published in Processors


Volume production in April


The fruity, tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple’s bestie TSMC is gearing up for volume production of the A11 processor in April.

Industry ignores Samsung’s tough battery standard
Published in News


We wonder why?


Samsung has learnt a lot from its incredible flaming battery fiasco, but it seems it is not having much luck in teaching the industry to learn from its mistakes.

Woz invests big in automated paper-digitisation
Published in News


Robot's Staple diet creats more cash 


The real brains behind Apple, Steve Wozniak, has written a cheque for a huge chunk of the automated paper-digitization company named Ripcord.

Apple wins in Beijing in iPhone patent case
Published in News


Shenzhen company plans to appeal

Over the weekend, a Beijing court overturned a local intellectual property bureau’s ruling that Apple had violated a defunct Shenzhen company’s patented design with the iPhone 6. The ruling is the latest indicates that Chinese courts will not always rule in favor of its home markets.