Apple to blame for Nivdia cards storing p*rn
Published in Graphics


Apple's genius programming strikes again

Nvidia claims that the recent Chrome security bug which causes its cards to remember sites which should have been forgotten before freezing your screen is entirely the fault of programming geniuses at Apple.

Qualcomm wants to know which rat squealed to the watchdogs
Published in Processors


Applies for court documents

Qualcomm is very interested who ratted it out to the Korean anti-trust authroities and has asked seven of its major customers and rivals to hand over the paperwork of what they told the watchdogs.

Jobs Mob denies Android swap rumour
Published in Mobiles


Apparently it was worth denying

The Apple Press office works in the same way as the British Royal Family’s. Its official line on most things is “no comment.” But this week it took the rare position of denying a rumour.

Google rubs in tech-superiority over watch tech
Published in Wearables


Allows fanboys to defect

Search engine outfit Google is offering Apple fanboys a way to get a proper smartwatch without losing the only product that Jobs’ Mob makes – the iPhone.

Metal chassis makers giving up
Published in Mobiles


Cutting production

Makers of metal cases for smartphones are giving up and are halting their expansion plans.

Apple predicted to slide further
Published in Mobiles


This quarter will be dire

The price of depending on one product will continue to drag Apple down in the first quarter of 2016.

Companies suffer as Apple slashes production
Published in Processors


Apple bubble bursting

The industry leaders who depended on Apple to continue making shedloads of money peddling similar products each year are suffering as Apple slashes production as people no longer want their main product – the iPhone 6s.

Samsung asks court to see common sense over Apple patents
Published in Mobiles


Good luck with that

Samsung has urged a US appeals court on Tuesday to find that a jury in 2014 should not have made the South Korean company pay nearly $120 million to Apple for infringing three patents – The three slide-to-unlock, autocorrect and quick links features.

Apple kills iPhone headphone socket
Published in Mobiles


New cables for iPhone 

It has been confirmed that Apple is going to force its beleaguered users to ditch their headphones in favour of more expensive wireless or Lightning sets.

Apple out-designed by HP
Published in News


Oh the shame of it. Even a printer ink maker can do better

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has out designed Apple and created a much thinner notebook that Sir Jonny Ive could.