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  • News: iPhone 5: Is a Redesign in the Cards?

    Kyle Wiens of iFixit shares insights and predictions about the next-generation iPhone expected to launch this fall.

  • How-Tos: How to Set Up Your Network for PCs and Macs

    With Windows 7, you can easily share files and printers across a network via the HomeGroups feature. Here's how to set up your network to share files and printers with Macs.

  • News: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion 'to launch next week'

    Apple will launch Mac OS X 10.7 Lion next week, with 14 July looking the most likely release day, according to reports.

  • News: Apple aims to stop 'App Store' being used by others

    Despite losing a legal battle to stop Amazon using the term 'App Store', Apple has turned its attention to other software download stores in a bid to stop the phase being used.

  • News: iOS update coming to fix PDF vulnerability

    Apple has promised a fix for an vulnerability in the way that iOS handles PDF documents that enables users to wirelessly jailbreak iOS devices.

  • News: Two new iPhones coming in September - report

    There will be not just one new iPhone launched by Apple in September but two, according to a report.

  • News: OS X Lion to launch next week, say reports

    Apple will release OS X, or Lion, some time next week, perhaps Thursday, according to multiple reports.

  • News: App Store downloads hit 15bn mark

    There have been more than 15 billion downloads from Apple's App Store since it launched in July 2008.

  • Opinion: iPhone 5 Rumor Rundown

    In previous years, we would know what to expect in the next iPhone by now, because we would have already seen it onstage at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. But that's not the way it went this year, so we're left guessing and hanging around the rumor mill, trying to piece together an image of the iPhone 5, 4GS, or whatever they're going to call it. Here's a rundown of what we've heard so far:

  • Acer C110 Travel Series USB-powered projector launches

    Acer has announced a new model in its Travel Series range of pico projectors. The C110 will cost £199 and will go onsale in the UK this August. The 50 Ansi lumens projector weighs 175g and measures a mere 110x85x25mm.

  • News: iPhone, iPad jailbreak code could be utilised by hackers

    A website that shows iPhone and iPad users how to jailbreak their devices, so they can run unauthorised apps, could help hackers exploit a vulnerability in the iOS software, says Sophos.

  • News: Thinner, lighter next-gen iPhones on the way?

    Apple has placed orders for components that will be used in the next-generation iPhones, according to a report.

  • News: iPhone 5 'goes into production'

    The iPhone 5 has gone into production and will start shipping in September, reports from Taiwanese industry sources claim.

  • News: How to prep your Mac for Lion

    Now that Lion has attained "golden master" status, it may be just days before Apple releases Mac OS X 10.7.

  • News: 15 Million iPhones Reportedly in the Works

    Apple's iPhone 5 aka the iPhone 4S aka the next iPhone is set to start shipping in September with 15 million handsets in the pipeline, according to online rumors. Steve Jobs and company reportedly placed an order with Taiwan-based Pegatron to build 15 million units of the next iPhone in time for a fall launch. Pegatron reportedly builds Apple's Verizon-friendly CDMA iPhone 4 that launched in January. Taiwan-based Foxconn produces most of Apple's iOS-based products. The next iPhone will not be a major improvement over the iPhone 4, according to DigiTimes.

  • News: iPhone 5 'goes into production'

    The iPhone 5 will begin shipping in September and is already in production, according to Taiwanese industry sources.

  • Feature: Today's top stories on PC Advisor: technology news, reviews and tips, 04/07/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and trick

  • News: Samsung drops countersuit, but raises stakes against Apple

    Samsung is withdrawing a countersuit against Apple in the ongoing patent infringement battle between the two. It is not surrendering, but seems to be falling back and regrouping - consolidating its legal position and business operations.

  • News: Apple designer comes clean on Google+

    Andy Hertzfeld is the brains behind one of Google+’s most brilliant features, Circles, but is keen to point out that he didn’t design all of Google’s new social service - or indeed the rest of Google.

  • News: The best gadgets of June 2011

    It's been no surprise to see plenty of outdoor and holiday gadgets filling our new products blog this month, but June also saw the unveiling of a number of decidedly cool and innovative tech products. Among them were both the BlackBerry and HP tablets we've been wanting to get our hands on for months, while Samsung and Sony both brought out intriguing ultraportable laptops. But if we're honest, our favourite gadget launch this month was a fantastically quirky camera. Here’s our summary of the gadgets of note for June 2011.



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