Carrier dissatisfaction with Google growing
Published in Mobiles


AT&T looks to Cyanogen

Carrier dissatisfaction with the Android maker Google is growing as more of them look to alternatives to curb what they perceive as the search engine outfit’s inflexibility.

Samsung has got its mojo back
Published in Mobiles


Galaxy S7 selling better than expected


It looks like Samsung is back on track with its Galaxy S7 and selling more than expected, just as its main rival Apple appears to be stuck in neutral.

Falling iPhone sales hit Foxconn’s bottom line
Published in News


Apple addiction causing a few problems

Foxconn saw its net profit fall as interest in it is key partner, Apple, falls.

Intel not inside the iPhone SE
Published in Mobiles


Apple stuck with Qualcomm


One of the things that did not get noticed in Apple’s release notes for its rebadged iPhone5S is that the modem was not from Intel.

PCB suppliers reject smartwatches
Published in Motherboards


Apple proved that they can’t be a new business driver

It seems that Apple’s “super, cool, game-changing” smartwatch has convinced PCB suppliers that the technology will not be a new driver for their industry.

Foxconn buys Sharp
Published in News
30 March 2016

Foxconn buys Sharp


Reduced the price

After much messing around, Foxconn has finally agreed to buy Sharp at a 20 per cent discount.

Intel inside Samsung devices
Published in Notebooks


Slowly edging its way back into mobile

Chipzilla famously missed the mobile boom, but it appears the outfit is slowly edging its way back. Not only is it counting Asus as its chum it seems to be making friends with Samsung.

iPhone 7 will not be a major redesign
Published in Mobiles


Apple delays key release until next year 

Fruity cargo cult Apple is not going to release a “new” iPhone until next year, according to Wall Street analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

FBI cracked iPhone
Published in Mobiles
29 March 2016

FBI cracked iPhone


And the Tame Apple Press said it was impossible

All those people who claimed that Apple's "superior, super, cool security" was impossible to crack woke up to a dose of reality this morning when the FBI said it had managed to do it, and did not need Jobs' Mob's help.

iPhone SE has Qualcomm LTE modem
Published in Mobiles


Industry insiders confirmed

Contrary to our previous reports we got a tip that iPhone SE will continue using Qualcomm modems and not change to Intel.