Apple is the leader when it comes to European court action
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App store will be a test case

Apple, the fruity cargo cult, is likely to be the first to be caned under the EU’s shiny new digital laws to take on Big Tech titans.

Apple admits its AI will always lie
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Monday, 17 June 2024 11:08

Apple admits its AI will always lie


Being creative with the truth

After arriving late to the AI race, the fruity cargo cult Apple has admitted its Apple intelligence will always tell lies.

Firefox stands up to Putin
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Monday, 17 June 2024 10:30

Firefox stands up to Putin


Reinstates anti-censorship add-ons

Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have decided to reinstate Firefox add-ons that the Kremlin had banned earlier this week in Russia.

Former spook joins OpenAI
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Monday, 17 June 2024 10:21

Former spook joins OpenAI


Edward Snowden loses it

A retired U.S. Army general and ex-director of the NSA, Paul Nakasone, has joined OpenAI as the latest addition to its board.

AI faces off against Gray
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Monday, 17 June 2024 10:07

AI faces off against Gray


Virtually Integrated Citizen wants to be the next mayor

In Cheyenne, Wyoming, a new chap has thrown his hat into the political ring – and he’s not even human.

Linux finally gets a blue screen of death
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Apparently it is what Linux fanboys always wanted

After mocking Windows Blue Screens of Death for decades, it seems that Linux fanboys actually wanted one—and now Linux 6.10 will finally bring them one.

ASUS agrees to overhaul customer support
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Poor and potentially illegal warranty practices

ASUS has agreed "to overhaul its customer support and warranty systems” after it was revealed that it was using poor and "potentially illegal" warranty practices for its 2.2 million subscribers.

Apple fanboy sues Jobs’ Mob because of his divorce
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Served up his messages from prostitutes for her to read

An Apple fanboy is suing his favourite company for £5 million after his wife divorced him after reading messages he sent to prostitutes and thought he had deleted reappeared.

UK lags behind on tech skills
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Friday, 14 June 2024 11:57

UK lags behind on tech skills


Brazil looks much better 

A new report by online learning platform Coursera indicates that the UK is lagging behind other European nations in tech and business skills proficiency.

Are fake reviews coming into damage Snapdragon X Elite?
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Or did Qualcomm lie?

Something evil is afoot. Either Tame Apple Press is raining on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X Elite parade, or Qualcomm has been telling huge porkers about its new chips.