Sidestepped Irish tax increases
The Paradise Papers have revealed some of the Fruity Cargo cult Apple’s dodgy deals to avoid paying the ridiculously low Irish taxes.
For the grand sum of $120 million
Apple has finally claimed victory over Samsung and now officially invented the slide to lock technology.
You get what you pay for
Apple has admitted that its overpriced iPhone X is suffering from the same screen problems as its rivals who had the misfortune of also putting out OLED screens.
Someone cut off its head
A federal appeals court has now partially ruled in favour of the SCO Group, breathing new life into a lawsuit and a company - now bankrupt and nearly dead - that has been suing IBM for almost 15 years.
Better keep it safe in a nice box at home
The iPhone X is so fragile it will break the first time you drop it
Silence the media
The US is showing that the one percent will buy out and shut down online magazines if they disagree with what they are writing.
Rumours of its popularity greatly exaggerated
Linux fanboys were dancing in the streets when NetMarketShare's desktop operating system analysis, which showed Linux leaping from 2.5 percent in July, to almost five percent in September.
Another daylight savings glitch
Comedy developers at Apple have cocked up the programming for summer time yet again, and this time it has resulted in the Apple Watch shutting down when you ask it about the weather.
Nationwide rollout of TD-LTE services
Mobile Netherlands has deployed and fully implemented Oscilloquartz's OSA 5420 Series as part of its national rollout of TD-LTE services.