“Apple’s” 5K monitor pasted by poor reviews
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Apple's monitor steam powered 


The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is getting pasted by poor user reviews for its expensive new 5K monitor made by its partner LG display.

Apple’s hardware sales fall behind rivals
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Market leaders grew while Jobs’ Mob fell


The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has really dropped the ball when it comes to hardware and is rapidly losing ground to rivals.

Voice assistants are a priority in smartphone launches
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This year, several smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, Samsung Electronics, Huawei, LG and Xiaomi are expected to introduce new devices that feature better AI-based assistants in an effort to increase overall market share, according to industry reports.

Foxconn faces problems setting up shop in US
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Sharp co-operation is not done and dusted


While the press has made much of Foxconn’s plans to co-operate with Sharp to build a new panel plant in the US, the deal is so far from being done and dusted it is increasingly looking unlikely.

FTC to take on Apple for stealing Nokia’s ideas
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"Good artists copy; great artists steal"


The fruity cargo-cult Apple’s policy of stealing other people’s ideas, but vigorously defending its own patents has been called into question by the US Federal Trade Commission.

Apple Airbuds suffer from Bluetooth borkage
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You get what you pay for

The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is finding that its much delayed, expensive wireless headphones shipped with a fault.

MacBook shipments to hit 15 million units this year
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Increases 10 percent

Apple is on target to increase its MacBook and MacBook Pro shipments to 15 million units this year, up from 13.5 million units last year, according to the latest report from supply chain sources.

OLED iPhone might include borderless front panel, no Home button
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Apple and Samsung preparing full screen mobile devices


According to the latest analyst expectations for Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup this year, the devices are expected to include some structural changes to the display panel circuitry along with the addition of a facial recognition system.

Apple sues Qualcomm for being too expensive
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Pot calls kettle black

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple believes that it can make a more than a billion dollars for suing Qualcomm for charging too much on its patents.

Apple plans three new tablets
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An unholy trinity


Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has decided that the reason that people are not buying its tablets is because they don’t have enough over-priced versions available.