How Apple plotted for years to hurt Qualcomm
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If only Intel could have produced a 5G modem quicker

Fruity cargo cult Apple schemed and plotted for years in a bid to take down Qualcomm, only to be thwarted when its partners could not produce a 5G modem quick enough.

Tim Cook calls for more technology regulation
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Protect privacy

The supreme dalek of the Apple cargo cult, CEO Tim Cook, has called for more government regulation to protect privacy.

Apple can't fix this bug problem with updates
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Although we suspect it will try

A plague of bed bugs has infected the New York cathedral to the Apple gods.

Late 2019, early 2020 high-end mobile chips will be 7nm
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Huawei, Qualcomm, Apple

TSMC has announced that it is doing a test production of  5nm EUV chips, but real production starts in 2020. A long-term investigation leads us to believe that most chips launching in the latter part of this year or early next year will, unlike the UK, remain on 7nm.

iPad iOS will grow up at last
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Wednesday, 17 April 2019 12:38

iPad iOS will grow up at last


Finally getting Windows

Fruity cargo cult Apple is hoping to turn its iPad toy into a more useful tool by copying Microsoft Windows.

Intel walks away from 5G smartphone modem
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Wednesday, 17 April 2019 09:25

Intel walks away from 5G smartphone modem


Apple to go alternatives

In a surprising twist of events, Intel has just announced that it plans to exit the 5G Smartphone modem business. The surprising announcement happened just hours after Apple announced that it had settled its years of legal battles against Qualcomm.

Apple, Qualcomm fire lawyers, make up and kiss
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Nothing hurts any more...

The continuing dispute between Qualcomm and Apple has resulted in both giant firms stalling the divorce agreement and patching things up.

Apple is a Joffrey Lannister to free journalism
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Whimsical feudal lord who either doesn’t understand – or simply doesn’t care

Apple’s shift to focus on growing subscription revenues seems likely to be headed to a bigger regulatory confrontation in Europe.

Huawei open to flogging Apple its 5G chipsets
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It does not have to be Intel, MediaTek or Qualcomm

Huawei has denied holding talks with Apple over 5G chipsets a day after its founder said it was open to selling such chips to the US firm.

Microsoft joins Apple in dirty tricks campaign against Right to Repair
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Returns to its evil Volish ways

It appears that Microsoft has returned to its old evil ways and joined the fruity cargo-cult Apple fighting against Right to Repair legislation in the US.