Korean  Steve Jobs invents online shopping
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Kim Jong Un is ahead of the West in all ways

The Steve Jobs of Asia, North Korea's Kim Jong Un who already invented a wall garden to keep his citizens in and a reality distortion field, has now invented online shopping.

Swedish take on Apple in EU
Published in Mobiles


Ericsson's Patent war escalates

Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson has send a tough massage to Apple as it extended its patent war against Jobs' Mob from the US to Europe.

Ex-NSA bloke mocks Apple's security
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Jobs' Mob's security is easy like Sunday morning

A former US spook found himself at the centre of another religious war when he dared to say that Apple Mac security was trivial.

Apple wants your DNA
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We offered to spit at them

Fruity cargo cult Apple is asking its followers for their DNA.  We thought it might be for some medieval black magic, or to work out if stupidly handing out money for overpriced gadgets was genetic.

Next iPhone will be Galaxy class
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Only a rounded rectangle between them

Samsung has officially scored a huge chunk of the hardware work in the iPhone 7 and will be putting a chip and a screen on the new shiny toy.

Apple faces more anti-trust music
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Because it is too caring and sharing

Apple's wheeling and dealing with the record labels is under US antitrust scrutiny as it might turn out to be a little bit illegal.

Ipad sales plummeting fast
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More than 20 per cent in 2015

Shipments for Apple iPad products will be down over 20 per cent on year in 2015, according to sources within the Taiwanese supply chain.

General Electric teams up with Apple, Qualcomm
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Build a more expensive lightbulb

General Electric has teamed up with Qualcomm and the fruity cargo cult apple to build digital technology into LED lightbulbs.

Apple Pay being accepted in UK
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Tesco leads the way

Apple Pay was supposed to launch in Europe sometime this year, but it seems it's already alive and kicking in Britain, at least in some colations. 

Smartwatches cause car accidents claim
Published in Wearables


Begun the lawsuits have

Fruity cargo cult Apple's latest nice looking over priced junkware is getting it into a spot of legal bother.