Apple chucks its toys out of the pram
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How dare the US government call us a monopoly

The fruity cargo cult Apple announced that it will demand a US  judge to strike out a lawsuit brought forth by the Justice Department and 15 states in March, which accused the iPhone manufacturer of dominating the smartphone market, disadvantaging smaller competitors, and inflating prices.

Apple fixes privacy howler
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Permits users to delete their pictures for good

The red faced fruity cargo cult Apple has fixed a “feature” on iOS 17.5 that resurrected long-delete and potentially embarrassing pictures.

Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge leaks ahead of launch
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Coming in 14- and 16-inch sizes

Since Qualcomm announced its Snapdragon X Elite platform, we had plenty of leaks from manufacturers ready to hop on that Windows on ARM train with the new SoC, and the latest one comes from Samsung in the form of Galaxy Book4 Edge, which will be available in 14- and 16-inch sizes.

Samsung mocks Apple’s own goal
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We would never crush creativity

Samsung is having a field day with Apple’s bizarre marketing mistake in which it promised to crush all creativity of users who bought its new iPad.

Samsung's 3nm Exynos W1000 to go into the Galaxy Watch 7
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A big upgrade compared to the 5nm Exynos W930

According to a fresh report coming from Korea, Samsung's Galaxy Watch7 could get the new 3nm Exynos W1000 chipset, which could bring a significant boost in both performance and efficiency.