Apple unveils its Watch Series 2
Published in Wearables


Now swim-proof, with new S2 SoC and watchOS 3

Before unveiling the new iPhone smartphones, Apple CEO Tim Cook decided to talk about the Apple Watch first, talking about the watchOS 3, Pokemon Go on the watch and the  Apple Watch Series 2.

Apple talks about Apple Music and App Store
Published in Games


Introduces new Nintendo Super Mario Run game

Apple has kicked off its Apple event in San Francisco, California talking about both its Apple Music and its App Store, with a special focus on games.

Apple event starts real soon now
Published in Mobiles


Here's how to watch it

Apple's event, where we will see new iPhone 7 smartphones and probably some other new devices, will start in less than an hour (10AM PDT) at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco, California and now there is a way to see the live stream, even if you are using a PC.

Apple and Foxconn consider going to India
Published in Mobiles


Get closer to the market

The dark satanic rumour mill is claiming that the fruity tax dodger Apple and its trampoline based supplier Foxconn are planning to set up shop in India.

Apple slammed in age discrimination row
Published in News


Turned down its own elite engineer

Fruity tax-dodger Apple has found itself in the middle of an age discrimination row after it turned down a 54-year-old to work as one of its pixies at an Apple store.

Ireland decides to appeal Apple ruling
Published in News

 

Muddying the waters

The Irish cabinet decided earlier today that it would, after all, appeal the ruling of the European Commission that wants to make Apple pay  €13 billion in missing corporation tax.

Jane Fonda flogs Apple holy relics
Published in News


30 Jobs owned items for sale

Jane Fonda is kicking off a trade in religious relics based around the worship of the dead Apple prophet, Steve Jobs.

How Tim Cook stuffed up Apple's tax disaster
Published in News


Why he should not have confirmed the EU's case

Corporate historians will look at Tim Cook’s handing of the EU tax case as a moment where he should have shut up and saved both his and other company's billions in tax..

Apple chief rants in his pants
Published in News


Irish stew in the name of the law


Arrogant Apple CEO Tim Cook has hit out at the European Commission for daring to fine his company for the trifling amount of Euro 13 billion.

US government furious over EU Apple fine
Published in News


Not paying tax is the American way

The US government is furious that the EU is starting to get hacked off with US companies not paying tax.