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Apple spreads the pink love in time for Valentine’s Day
The tech giant highlights the iPhone 7, the iPad Pro, and the Apple Watch, designed for ‘all the ways they move’. LOLS.
Dominating Apple not immune to tablet market woe, Lenovo ‘one to watch’
Even the holiday quarter of 2016 couldn't save the dwindling tablet market as it continued its spirally decline, IDC says.
Apple pips Samsung following ‘roller coaster’ year for the smartphone
"There's no question 2016 marked a memorable year for the smartphone. To round it all off, we now have a three horse race at the top of the market."
Apple’s first quarter results are out – and the news is (mostly) good
And they've done it - Apple proves that they can grow revenue for the first time in a year.
Apple could be close to manufacturing deal in India
Apple has said that it appreciates the open and constructive dialogue that it held with Indian officials
Apple vs Qualcomm: Two more lawsuits in semiconductor war
"Qualcomm is prepared to defend its business model anywhere in the world."
Apple issues security patches for…just about everything
If you have a piece of Apple technology in your house or office, chances are that it’s time you updated it.
Apple's $1billion lawsuit against chip maker Qualcomm
“We welcome the opportunity to have these meritless claims heard in court."
Kogan takes on Apple with slim laptop range
"The new Atlas UltraSlim range continues Kogan’s move to make the most in-demand consumer products more affordable for everyone."
Hands-on review: STM Dux Hardshell case range
We look at the latest range of protection equipment from Australian manufacturer STM
Detachables: Apple pushes Microsoft out of top spot
“Consumers see iOS detachables as entertainment devices, which is working in favour of Apple."
Fitbit still on top in wearables market, Apple's 'aging lineup' sees decline
"Simplicity is a driving factor and this is well reflected in the top vendor list as four out of five offer a simple, dedicated fitness device."
Trump promises Tim Cook 'big tax breaks' if iPhone is built in America
“We’re going for a very large tax cut for corporations, which you’ll be happy about."
Hands-on review: Final Cut Pro X 10.3 - creativity abound
By taking the time to digest the new interface and customise it as you see fit, you might be surprised at how intuitive Final Cut Pro has become.
Gartner: Chinese smartphone vendors gain ground after Samsung Note7 withdrawl
Samsung is still king of the smartphone vendors, but its sales are dropping. Huawei, Oppo and BBK are in prime position for global market growth.
Apple admits that touch disease is real
Given Apples iPhone sales have been slow to flat for 3 straight quarters, the timing of this situation is bad news.
17 different types: Is this Apple's dongle bongle?
Apple fans are going online to vent their anger at the dongle bongle. They may have good reasons too. Apple now sells a staggering 17 different types.
What the U.S election means for the tech sector
Pussy grabbing aside, what does the next President of the United States have in store for the tech sector?
There's great news for Android, but not so good for Apple
The relentless march of Android continues, and it isn't good news for Apple. There is no Steve Jobs to ride in and turn things around this time.
Late quarter drive from Apple sees significant growth in smart watch market
“The inclusion of GPS by Apple and many other vendors now poses a big threat to traditional GPS watches and fitness trackers."
Are Chinese vendors saving the global smartphone market?
"The decline of the two smart phone giants means market growth can be attributed to Chinese vendors, with Huawei, Oppo and Vivo rounding the top 5."
Apple unveils new MacBook Pros
Isn’t it interesting how each iteration of laptop computers become lighter, thinner, and faster?
New IDC stats show Galaxy Note7 debacle hasn't slowed Samsung down
New statistics from IDC show that despite Samsung's Galaxy Note7 being removed from the market, this has had no effect on global smartphone shipments.
New survey ‘disappointing’ for Fitbit as Kiwis vote on their favourite electronics
Apple and Samsung remain on top, while LG, Panasonic, Sony and The Warehouse's Veon proving popular with Kiwi consumers.