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By Jesus Diaz on at

The Shit Tablet Apple Thinks Samsung Must Make

This image shows Apple lawyers' wet dream for a Samsung tablet. It demonstrates one thing: the Apple lawyers who described it are imbeciles and/or clueless mischievous snakes. Just as much as Samsung's product people are unimaginative shameless cloning bastards.

Apple TV Finally Streams TV Shows in the UK

By Sam Gibbs on at

The Apple TV has finally been given the gift of streaming TV shows from the iTunes store in the UK. You still have to buy them first though -- you can't rent them -- which means it's not exactly a cheap way of consuming your favourite TV shows; if they're even available on iTunes that is.

Siri Is Apple's Broken Promise

By Mat Honan on at

A long time ago, I made a pact with Apple. "You can control my entire technological life, from my computer to my phone to my stereo. I'll pay premium prices. I'll dive into your product ecosystem, and buy books and music and movies and apps from you. Even though they won't work on devices made by anybody else."