Wistron reports huge notebook shipments
Published in News


Company flat out

Hardware maker Wistron has announced it shipped 1.4 million notebooks, 900,000 smart handheld devices, 600,000 LCD monitors, 1.1 million desktops, 500,000 LCD TVs and 160,000 servers in April 2015.

Apple fanboys cheating in exams
Published in Wearables


Too dim to study

Apple gear is being seized by Universities fed up with Apple fanboys trying to use the shiny toys to cheat in exams.

TSMC is the king of 28nm
Published in Processors


78 percent of the market

TSMC looks certain to keep its foot firmly on the throat of 28nm chip production, according to a new study.

China's smartphone market slumps
Published in News


So much for Apple growing there

While the Tame Apple Press made much out of Apple's lack lustre results by talking up its smartphone prowess in China, it appears that things are not well behind the Bamboo curtain.

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
Published in News


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.