Tame Apple Press fury at face off
Android manufacturers say that they will adopt some form of 3D face recognition and Huawei will be the first to get a product on the market, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo
Apple has painted itself into a corner
Apple's gamble that it could bully Qualcomm into reducing its costs for its broadband chips by using Intel's lower tech options appears to have backfired and now Jobs' Mob is forced to stick with Chipzilla.
You are not going to get what you pay for
Apple is seeking to push up the margins for its iPhone by getting cheaper components, according to Digitimes Research.
Asian suppliers might be knifed soon
Apple's Asian supplies might be about to receive the long expected knife in the back.
Don't you wish your Android had this many bugs?
Apple’s buggy software is now such a part of its users lives, Jobs’ Mob has taken to promoting it in its adverts.
Helping increase the collective intelligence of the gene pool
The Apple Watch has a rather cool function which is designed to raise the standards of the world by having fanboys accidentally shot by police and thus removing the clinically dumb from the gene pool.
Inquisition against a rival religion
The fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that if you are Iranian, you are automatically forbidden to enter Apple heaven.
No, you don't get what you pay for
Fruity cargo cult Apple is facing a major problem with the batteries of its over-priced iPhone X, putting another nail in the coffin of the gadget which was supposed to turn around Apple's slumping iPhone sales.
Evil contract terms
France will take Google and Apple to court over contractual terms imposed by the tech giants on startups and developers.
Analysis: Qualcomm IP must say American
A shocking development in the ongoing attempt by Broadcom to takeover Qualcomm in a hostile way has finally been put to rest. The US government's Committee on Foreign Investment (CFIUS) advised the President Donald Trump to put a stop to it. The reaction was swift, as the US government ordered both Broadcom and Qualcomm to put an end to the matter, immediately.