Apple’s daft lobbying pays off
Published in News
Friday, 03 May 2019 12:30

Apple’s daft lobbying pays off


Health and safety

The fruity cargo cult Apple has managed to out-lobby moves to bring in a right to fix law in California.

Apple core business slumps
Published in News
Wednesday, 01 May 2019 15:28

Apple core business slumps


As smartphone market dips

While many smartphone manufacturers are seeing shipments slow, a chunk of Apple dipped by nearly a quarter, according to its latest financial results.

Analysis: Qualcomm settles with Apple
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 12:29

Analysis: Qualcomm settles with Apple


Will make 5G iPhone and end uncertainty  

The surprising development and announcement that Qualcomm and Apple have settled at the right time one of the nastiest boxing matches has begun in front of the San Diego court. Intel announced that it would exit the 5G smartphone modem dream while Qualcomm stepped in.

Apple nicked Intel’s modem lead
Published in News
Monday, 29 April 2019 12:56

Apple nicked Intel’s modem lead


Just a little back-stab for a trusted partner

As it mulled over its surrender to Qualcomm, the fruity cargo cult Apple had a parting gift for its modem partner, Intel – it stole its lead designer.

Apple’s key designers flee the cult
Published in PC Hardware
Monday, 29 April 2019 12:06

Apple’s key designers flee the cult


Well, they have not had much to do lately

Apple’s key designers are cleaning out their desks and going off in search of a company which is interested in changing its designs.

Apple’s facial recognition led to teen’s arrest
Published in AI


Now he is suing for a billion

Fruity cargo cult Apple’s super cool facial recognition has provided New York coppers with a reason to arrest innocent black people for absolutely no reason.

Intel didn’t meet Apple 5G chip deadline
Published in Mobiles


That is why they walked away

In the last two weeks, there was much discussion about the possible reasons for Intel to walk away from 5G smartphone modems. The real reason is straightforward, the tape out of the 5G smartphone chip was not successful, and it would not be there in time for the 2020 iPhone. Another critical point was that Intel hasn’t made money on smartphone modems either.

How Apple plotted for years to hurt Qualcomm
Published in Mobiles


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
Published in Mobiles

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
Published in Mobiles


Although we suspect it will try

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