Apple stomped on Intel’s RealSense plans
Published in News


Bought the technology from underneath Chipzilla

Intel’s cunning plans for computers that will recognise human emotion using its RealSense 3D camera, have been killed off in the short term by Apple.

A lack of a Bug Bounty causes Apple problems
Published in Mobiles


Hackers would rather sell the iPhone flaws to the government

Fruity cargo cult Apple is having to pay the cost for not paying hackers to find loopholes in its software.

Time called on the Smartwatch industry
Published in Wearables


Bubble burst already

The bottom is dropping out of the smart watch industry as VC’s start to realise that the Apple dream is not making many people much dosh.

Sharp warns on profits as Foxconn deal drags on
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Foxconn expected to lower its offer

Sharp has warned that its annual earnings were likely to fall short of its official guidance citing a slowing China market just as Foxconn is expected to lower its offer for the loss-making Japanese display maker.

Intel and AMD downgraded
Published in Processors


Wall Street losing faith in PCs

It would appear that the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are losing faith in any belief that the PC industry is getting better.

Microsoft Surface phone rumours
Published in Mobiles


Arriving by the end of the year

Details of Microsoft's coming Surface phone have started appearing on online and we did a quick shifty amongst them to find out what was the most likely. 

AI assistant turned fascist sex slave on Twitter
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You have to be careful what you learn from whom

Microsoft’s had a wizard idea about getting its AI robot to learn about humans from Twitter. The program was so good that it quickly turned into a conspiracy theorist, Hitler-loving, incest sex-promoting Trump supporter.

Apple’s new iOS update causes problems for old iPads
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Update or die


Fruity cargo cult Apple is doing its best to force users of its old iPad 2 and original iPad to upgrade to something thinner and more expensive by bricking them if they upgrade to the latest iOS 9.3.

Server sales on the rise
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Fourth quarter increases

Beancounters at IDC have added up the numbers and divided by their shoe size and are claiming that the fourth quarter of 2015 the EMEA server market continued to show moderate growth.

Apple’s cloud disaster
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Blaming Obama now

Fruity Cargo cult Apple has spent billions trying to build its own cloud structure and failed and rather than question its own networking competence it is blaming the government.