Pen Shortage Causing Slagging Matches at Irish Police Station

It has been kicking off in the Henry Street garda station in Limerick, where a shortage of pens behind the counter has led to angry encounters with members of the public. Local police are turning people away and asking them to return with their own pens to sign paperwork, which is causing angry low-grade criminals to get even angrier. Read More >>

Camera Blamed for Delays, as HTC Throws Money at New Marketing Push

HTC's new marketing boss Benjamin Ho has confirmed that camera component difficulties were behind the short delay in getting its new HTC One out to the world, with the bespoke "ultrapixel" unit leading to supply problems. Read More >>

Foxconn’s Work Force Struggling to Cope With iPhone 5 Demand

The Angry Super Teenage Workforce of Chinese tech assembly specialist Foxconn is struggling to build Apple's iPhone 5 quickly enough, with the company's chairman saying his factories are "falling short of meeting the huge demand" for Apple's latest mobile. Read More >>

Internals of a Rumoured New Apple iMac Leak as Stock Runs Dry in the UK

We've been hearing rumours about an iMac refresh for quite a while, but now a supposed leak of some redesigned internal iMac parts matches up well with a recent stock update from a UK high street retailer. Could an iMac refresh hit this month? Read More >>