TSMC expects sales drop
Published in News
24 September 2015

TSMC expects sales drop

But revenues up

Chipmaker TSMC has warnedthat its revenues for the fourth quarter will experience a sequential decline, however its bottom line has been saved by the fact that the US dollar is doing well against the Taiwan currency.

Fingerprint sensors fall below $5
Published in Mobiles

Everyone can get their mitts on them

While fingerprint sensors are seen as a "top of the range" smartphone item, the cost of providing them is now minimal.

Ipads are child abuse claims Dr House
Published in News

They will melt your p
recious little snowflake's brains 

Giving a child an iPad is child abuse a top psychologist with the bankable name of Dr Richard House.

Apple tells users to "hit the road jack"
Published in Mobiles

Change the port,  force upgrade,  profit

Fruity Cargo cult Apple is hatching out a new cunning plan to make piles of dosh by forcing its soon to be shrinking user base to buy new headphones.

Apple press blames Chinese for its security mess
Published in News

It is not our fault

The Tame Apple Press after playing down the security mess which was the mass infection of the Apple Store, is now claiming it was not Jobs' Mob's fault.

Acer expects 80 per cent growth in two-in-one shipments
Published in Notebooks

Microsoft and Apple kick-starting the market

Acer expects the release of two versions of the Surface Tablet, one from Microsoft and the other from Apple, will kick-start the two-in-one market .

Apple hopes car will replace gadgets
Published in News

Car on agenda as iPhone dies

It is starting to look like the fruity cargo cult Apple is banking on the car industry to be the next big thing after the world loses interest in iphones and ipads.

ARM under pressure after customers merge
Published in Processors

Atmel and Dialog could be bad news

Chip designer Arm is under pressure after two of its customers decided to combine their businesses. Anglo-German Dialog Semiconductor wrote a cheque to buy US rival Atmel for $4.6bn.

Pope saves NY from iPhone cult
Published in Mobiles

Papal intervention slows deliveries

Pope Francis has temporarily managed to save New York from the clutches of the iPhone Cult which is a dangerous American religion which encourages people to lower the standards of the world by surrendering to a "reality distortion field" which requires you to buy expensive phones.

Telcos sell Apple watch on Friday
Published in Mobiles

In Europe and in US

T-mobile in the US has announced that the company will start selling the Apple watch on Friday but it turns out that a few European Telecoms will start get it too. .