Apple: We Would Never!

Following news that the US Department of Justice has allegedly opened an investigation into Apple’s practice of throttling iPhones with ageing batteries, the company is speaking out. Read More >>

Equifax, Which Said Executives Did Not Know of Hack Before Trades, Has Launched a ‘Thorough Review’

Equifax Inc. has insisted that three executives who sold off over a million dollars in shares just days after news of a massive hack of 143 million Americans’ financial data spread internally were not aware of the breach when they made the sales. Read More >>

The Competition May Be Catching Up With Netflix

Netflix issued its first quarter user gains report to investors today and the fact that it fell short of user growth estimates caused a brief drop in the streaming giant’s stock price. It blamed the lackluster growth on one thing: no House of Cards-style blockbusters. But in reality, Netflix is probably waking up to the crowded streaming landscape. Read More >>

Adobe’s Put the World’s Most Terrible Stock Photos on T-shirts

Image manipulation specialist Adobe has made a small pivot toward the clothing world, deciding, quite correctly, that it would be a bit of a laugh to put some terrible stock photos on T-shirts. Read More >>

Apple Execs Sold Off $143 Million of Stock Before iPhone 6 Launch

Apple execs, including Tim Cook, sold off a total of $143 million (£87.7m) of stock in the days leading up to the iPhone 6 launch, which, totally coincidentally, was right when Apple stock was at an all-time high. Read More >>

Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Edition Hands-On: The Best Got Better

For years, one of Android's biggest problems has been Android skins that weigh down the best hardware the platform has to offer. But now the two best Android phones in the world—the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4—come in pure, stock Google Editions. And after spending some time with both, we can confirm that ditching the skins has made them better than ever. Read More >>

The Sony Xperia Z Is the Latest Rumoured Google Edition Phone

Whether Google's dumping the Nexus line or not, it seems the "Google Edition" series is growing fast. First we had the Samsung Galaxy S4 without all that bloat, then an HTC One with stock Android, and now rumours are circling that we'll get a Sony Xperia Z with Jelly Bean sans skin the way Google intended. Read More >>

MacBook Air
Looks Like We Might Get a New MacBook Air at WWDC This Year

The Apple rumour mill is already gearing up ahead of WWDC this year, with stock trackers the first line in the new-product guessing game. It seems big retailers like Amazon are running dry of MacBook Airs both in the US and UK, which whispers refresh to those in the know -- probably just with Haswell chips and Iris. Read More >>

Apple Has Rejected Up to 8 Million iPhones Delivered By Foxconn

China Business is reporting that Apple has returned up to a mind-boggling 8 million iPhones to Foxconn because of quality issues. 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 >>

Nexus 4 May Be Back In Stock 3PM Today

If the rumours are to be believed, the magic Google fairy will be delivering a job-lot of Nexus 4s to the UK Play Store at 3PM today. While we can't confirm the exact time, the omens point to it being back in the UK in the very near future. Suffice to say, if you're hankering after a N4, I'd be on the Play Store website at 2.59. [phoneArena] Read More >>

Stupid California Cost Itself £450 Million Over Stupid Facebook IPO

It's generally a bad idea to base your budget on hypothetical money that may or may not end up in your pocket. It's a much worse idea if you're the state of California, and that money is wacky Facebook cash. Read More >>

LG Nexus 4
Nexus 4 “Sold Out” Again as Google UK Exec Offers “Unreserved Apology”

Nearly a month after first putting the Nexus 4 on sale Google is still suffering severe stock and PR problems, with the 16GB version of the phone joining the 8GB model in disappearing from sale again -- and Google's UK boss has been forced to apologise for the enormous mess. Read More >>

Nexus 4
5-6 Weeks Shipping For a Nexus 4 — What Are You Playing at Google?

So, Google finally got more Nexus 4 stock in yesterday, which was great, but the really bad news is there's now a five to six week wait for delivery. Yes, over a month. Christmas is a no-no, and it seems you'd be lucky to even get your mitts on one by early January. What the hell Google? Read More >>

Google Nexus 7 3G Finally Back In Stock For Your Panicked Christmas Buying

Those looking to pick up one of Google's awesome new 3G variants of the Nexus 7, possibly the perfect gift to yourself for Christmas, will be glad to know it's finally back in stock. £239 buys you a 32GB HSPA-packing Nexus 7 with a 3-5 day delivery time. Just don't leave it too late -- Santa can't work miracles when the post's borked. [Google Play via Android Central] Read More >>