Apple’s Surface Clone goes on sale
Published in News

iPad Pro arriving later this week

Apple’s version of Microsoft’s Surface PC will be available offering shedloads of technology that fanboys have mocked for years with a reassuringly expensive price tag.

Google looking into chip design
Published in Processors

Might break free of Qualcomm

Search engine and mobile phone operating system maker Google is thinking of getting into the chipmaking business.

Tame Apple Press spins Apple watch disaster
Published in Wearables

Claims Apple is the King of Smartwatches

The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat over the failure of the iWatch to meet the hype.

Intel thinks PCs will come back
Published in Processors

But tablets are history

The PC will make a comeback, but the so-called Tablet revolution is history, according to the Chipmaker who missed out on it.

Apple rumoured to be thinking small
Published in Mobiles

VW of tech too late to think big

Jumping on the phablet bandwagon years behind the rest of the market cost the VW of tech, Apple,  big dollars, so now it is rumoured to be thinking small in a bid to claw back its “innovation” image.

Wales wants Apple to stop selling iPhones in UK
Published in Mobiles

Scotland does not care

Wackypedia leader Jimmy Wales has suggested that Apple should stop selling its popular iPhone line in the UK

Apple rejects security app because it mentions Apple insecurity
Published in News

Chaos shows that Apple TV will be as slanted as Fox

It is starting to look like Apple TV will be heavily censored to conform Jobs’ Mob marketing.

Amazon purges itself of Apple
Published in News

Will not sell competing devices

Amazon has finally had a enough of Apple and is pulling its products from its store.

Smartphone sales growth drops to six year low
Published in Mobiles

Strategy Analytics says it has not been this bad since 2009.

Global smartphone sales are slowing down and while the Tame Apple Press is ignoring that even Jobs’ Mob is being effected, it seems that the industry is as bad as it was in 2009.

Apple hopes the Supremes will believe in them
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We are not gangsters really

Fruity Cargo cult Apple is hoping that the US Supreme Court will throw out a case in which its Messiah, Steve Jobs was found guilty of running an illegal cartel with the leading publishers which conspired to push up the price of books.