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  1. iPhone battery explodes in Chinese man’s face after he bites it

    Video of the bizarre incident which captured in the store’s CCTV camera was posted on…

  2. YouTuber nearly dies after cementing a microwave on his head

    Jay Swingler, a YouTube prankster from the UK, nearly died after he put his head inside a cement-filled microwave…

  3. UK passes the ‘most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy’

    The UK has just passed a massive expansion in surveillance powers, which critics have called…

  4. I went a week without a headphone jack, and it was not good – because I stupidly threw away Apple’s adapter

    Having spent a week now with an iPhone 7 review unit, I can say that a headphone jack-less existence…

  5. Here’s what happens when you boil an iPhone 6s in melted crayons

    You know how it is. You’re in your kitchen, boiling up your blue crayons…

  6. UK’s Orwellian ‘Investigatory Powers Bill’ seeks to track every Brit’s online activity

    A planned British law to give spies and the police wide-ranging new surveillance powers…

  7. Analyst: Apple CEO Tim Cook acts like he’s insane

    Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook is doing exactly what Albert Einstein said defined insanity…

  8. Wikipedia founder: Apple should stop selling iPhones in the UK if ‘stupid’ new law banning Apple encryption is enacted

    Apple should stop selling its popular iPhone line in the UK if a new law banning fully encrypted communications is passed…

  9. Thurrott: I don’t have an Apple Watch, but I recommend that you don’t buy one

    I don’t have an Apple Watch yet, but…

  10. 6 reasons why Apple is still more doomed than you think

    During its holiday quarter, Apple sold 5.5 million more iPhones…

  11. BlackBerry CEO wants U.S. government to force Apple to make iMessage for BlackBerry under guise of so-called ‘net neutrality’

    BlackBerry CEO John Chen is angry that services like Apple’s iMessage are not available for BlackBerry devices…

  12. iPhone storage lawsuit against Apple is beyond frivolous

    Much ado about nothing…

  13. Apple sued for ‘deceiving’ people about iPhone, iPad storage

    Apple is facing a lawsuit over the amount of space…

  14. Apple hit with class action lawsuit over storage consumed by iOS 8

    Apple has been hit with a lawsuit alleging that it doesn’t inform users just how much storage…

  15. A belief system: Hoping beyond hope for Apple to fail

    The Forbes clown circus is coming to town and driving the car is Bert Dohmen

  16. Nokia re-enters consumer electronics with 7.9-inch iPad mini knockoff

    Just months after selling its ailing handsets business…

  17. Fortune’s 2014 Businessperson of the Year: #1 Larry Page, #2 Tim Cook

    It has been a year of tumult — from volatile markets to viral outbreaks…

  18. Ashton Kutcher, Lenovo ‘product engineer,’ doesn’t fear Apple’s iPad

    I will be really surprised if Apple launches anything that approaches what we have here…

  19. Some random moron named Paul Ausick: iPhone 6 pre-sales record ‘disappoints’

    Apple Inc. reported that the company had sold more than 4 million…

  20. John Sculley: Apple could unveil the ‘holy grail’

    Apple will likely unveil mobile payments on Tuesday…

  21. ‘Hello there’: Eight lessons from Microsoft’s awful job loss memo

    Barely 10 days old, Stephen Elop’s ‘Hello there’ memo has already become…

  22. Analyst: Apple could be ‘obsolete’ in three years

    Apple could be ‘obsolete’ in three years, due to increasing competition…

  23. Microsoft’s idea of Think Different: A color-changing, mood-sensing robot butterfly

    In Microsoft’s great wisdom, they think that a robotic butterfly fluttering all about you…

  24. Isaacson: Steve Jobs would have done Beats deal

    One of the rallying cries of those opposed to Apple’s…

  25. Rumored Beats deal shows Apple has finally woken up to reality or something

    Apple is just a consumer electronics company and has been so for quite a while now…

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