Chromebooks sell like hotcakes
Published in Mobiles


Hotcake makers unavailable for comment

Market research firm Gartner has estimated 7.3 million Chromebooks would be sold this year, thanks mostly to the education industry realising that kids need keyboards rather than touchscreen tablets.

Analyst realises that Apple watch is a lemon
Published in News


Sales forcasts slashed

Analysts have finally started to wake up to the fact that Apple is probably attempting to flog a lemon with its iWatch.

Apple launches new 15-inch MacBook Pro with AMD graphics
Published in Notebooks


New iMac with Retina 5K display

Apple has unveiled its newest 15-inch MacBook Pro which includes both AMD Radeon R9 M370X GPU,  the Force Touch technology.  It has also been showing off a new US $1,999 priced iMac with Retina 5K display.

Apple TV was a myth which mythed all its targets
Published in News


Hail hydra 

When anyone says that Apple has run out of ideas, someone in the Tame Apple Press starts to talk about Jobs' Mob's television plans and how they are going to "game change" the entertainment business.

Intel launching new Thunderbolt
Published in News


But Apple thinks it might be Zeusless

Intel is just about to release a new version of Thunderbolt, just as its most major customer – Apple, has dropped the technology from its 12-inch MacBook.

Quanta denies iWatch a challenge
Published in News


Yields will be fine

The dark satanic rumour mill has been churning out yarns claiming that Jobs' Mob's iWatch was suffering from poor yield rates at the Quanta plant.

Tame Apple Press admits that iPads faltering
Published in News


Flickering reality distortion field

The Tame Apple Press is starting to realise that all those years about the iPad being game changing were basically a lie peddling another hula hoop style fad.

Wistron reports huge notebook shipments
Published in News


Company flat out

Hardware maker Wistron has announced it shipped 1.4 million notebooks, 900,000 smart handheld devices, 600,000 LCD monitors, 1.1 million desktops, 500,000 LCD TVs and 160,000 servers in April 2015.

Apple fanboys cheating in exams
Published in Wearables


Too dim to study

Apple gear is being seized by Universities fed up with Apple fanboys trying to use the shiny toys to cheat in exams.

TSMC is the king of 28nm
Published in Processors


78 percent of the market

TSMC looks certain to keep its foot firmly on the throat of 28nm chip production, according to a new study.