… and so we were saved
Software king of the world Microsoft has penned an update which is so good it looks down on less useful software from Apple.
A month after launch few are buying
Fruity cargo cult Apple has slashed production on three of its iPhone cash cows as users finally start to reject its “charge you more money for a mid-range phone” policy.
I know I am normally banging on about privacy but…
Apple’s supreme Dalek Tim Cook has been called out over his company’s privacy hypocrisy after singing the praises of a multibillion-dollar search deal with Google.
Several funds in trouble but they are still buying
Dumb-arsed Wall Street investors who never read Fudzilla placed their funds in danger by putting money into Apple.
Same functions for half the price
Apple’s most scary rival is not the makers of other high-end phones but mid-range phones coming out of China.
From 2G to 5G in 2H 2019
Intel has announced its XMM 8160 5G modem that supports all the "Gs" from 2G to 5G NR and it plans to ship the modem in 2H 2019 so expect it in phones and PCs in early 2020.
Apple's quack software team strikes again
An overpriced iPhoneX exploded after the unfortunate Apple fanboy owner tried to install an update.
Attempt to kill third-party repairs
The Tame Apple Press has made much ado about the fruity cargo cult Apple’s super cool game-changing T2 security chip which is supposed to make Macs like Fort Knox. But according to the Verge, the T2 chip is a nasty bit of DRM whose main job is to lock down Apple devices from third-party repair services.
Who would have thought an overpriced phone would be such a loser?
Fruity cargo cult Apple's share price has fallen after its suppliers warned that their bottom lines would be taking a caning due to poor sales of the iPhone.
We charged you more and you paid it
It looks like those who thought they were getting value for money by spending more on the new iPhones and MacBooks will be disappointed – Apple appears to have admitted its build quality has slipped.