Apple wants India to make up for China
Published in Mobiles


Looking to recruit slum dog millionaires

Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is looking to replace what is predicted to become a shrinking market in China by adopting a missionary position for its cargo cult in India.

Analysts think that Intel should buy Qualcomm
Published in News


Fudzilla bugs them

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street have been mulling over the news that Qualcomm might spin off its chip making business.

Magazine accidentally shows how Windows 10 will slow PC market
Published in Notebooks


Windows 10 on a 7-Year-Old Acer Aspire One is Flawless

A magazine which is showing how flawless the new Windows 10 is on a seven year old Aspire One is probably unaware that he is showing what will put the PC market to sleep.

Apple inserts bug into OSX
Published in News


Allows designer malware

The software genii at Apple have redesigned their OSX software to allow malware makers to make designer micro-software that can infect Macs with rootkits.

LG Display goes for flexible display
Published in News


Needed for bendy iPhones

LG Display has announced that is investing in a new production line to create more flexible OLED displays.

Blackberry buys AtHoc
Published in News


Wants more security

Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry is buying AtHoc.

Scientists find that sexist gamers are pants players
Published in Games


Being a poor player makes you a jerk

Some interesting research about gamers who hassle women suggests that the worst offenders are not good at playing the games.

Oracle wants a piece of Android
Published in Mobiles


Break off a kitt-kat 

Database outfit Oracle's moves to try and copyright APIs appear to be part of an attempt for Oracle to make money on Android.

LG faces Google  takeover rumours as profits triple
Published in Mobiles


Daft ideas of our time

We feel sorry for LG. Just as it announced that its display business had a stonking operating profit for the April-June quarter nearly tripled from a year earlier it was overshadowed by a rumour of a takeover from Google.

Tsinghua still wants Micron
Published in Processors


Climb every mountain

China's Tsinghua Holdings is still hoping that it can by the US chipmaker Micron, despite offering a price which is too low and for a deal that might be blocked by security watchdogs.