Eric Schmidt has apparently found religion on privacy, and he's here with a message: mini-drones need to be regulated. Bryan Chaffin thinks that the Google Chairman is plumbing new depths of audacity.
The HTC One earned a 1 out of 10 Repairability Score from iFixIt on Friday, the first time a device earned such a score. Will that result in legions of Apple critics leveling their wrath on HTC? Don't count on it.
Everyone knows that Apple has an enormous cash hoard, but while people talk about the tax hit Apple would take if it brought more of that money back to the U.S., Bryan Chaffin argues that we should also be looking at the politics of local taxes, too.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt and Apple have been tweaking each other over Google Now for iOS. In an interview, Mr. Schmidt suggested—but did not actually say—that Apple was in way keeping Google Now from being released on iOS, but Apple made the rare move of denying in public that Google had even submitted the app for App Store approval.
The world's atwitter with the latest news from Samsung—Lee Young Hee, executive vice president of Samsung’s mobile business, told Bloomberg on Monday that his company is making a smartwatch. As I've read over the reports and opinions on the subject I found myself coming back to a simple question: how will Samsung know what to do before Apple shows them?
Everyone knows that Android has all the market share in smartphones and has achieved near parity or parity with Apple's iPad in tablets. Bryan Chaffin want to know what the heck people are doing with those devices, because they clearly don't use them to surf the Web or use Internet-connected apps.
Some SEC documents filed on Thursday suggest that hedge fund selling contributed to the precipitous decline of $AAPL throughout the December quarter. Bryan Chaffin argues that this is a demonstration that ignorance has always reigned supreme when it comes to Apple.
If Apple is going to offer its own mapping service and local search through Siri, a bona fide search engine would go a long way towards giving the company user data to improve them. It's like Google, but different, and Bryan Chaffin explains why.
Forbes has jumped the shark with a new piece calling for the ouster of Tim Cook as Apple CEO based on falling profits that Apple hasn't actually announced yet. You might find this surprising, but Bryan Chaffin flips his lid.
Bryan Chaffin wants the stupid to stop! There has been an unending onslaught of nonsense being written about Apple in the last several weeks, and Bryan rounds up some recent examples and mocks them for the fun of it.
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