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  • News: OS X Lion May Support Nuance

    Last month we heard that Apple was negotiating with Nuance to bring voice recognition to iOS 5. Looks like that partnership may have formed, as hints of Nuance's voice recognition software were reportedly found in OS X Lion and the latest internal iOS build.

  • News: Report: Apple iPhone 5 to launch in September

    According to 9to5Mac, Apple will launch the iPhone 5 in September. The site references "a previously accurate Apple source" as saying that the next-generation Apple iPhone will launch in three months and will include speech-recognition capabilities from Nuance, but won't include some of the features that have been rumoured.

  • News: Unlocked iPhone 4 Coming this Week? Sounds Good to Me

    Rumor has it Apple will start selling unlocked iPhone 4s in the U.S. starting Wednesday. It's unknown how much the alleged unlocked iPhones would cost, or what networks would run on. For those unfamiliar, selling unlocked iPhones is common outside the U.S., so the move would not be unprecedented.

  • News: OS X Lion's download-only distribution will hurt retailers

    Apple's decision to sell the Mac OS X Lion upgrade through its own Mac App Store won't hurt the company's bottom line but will certainly impact traditional retailers, a market analyst said.

  • News: No iTunes in the Cloud launch in UK this year

    iTunes in iCloud could be six months away or more for customers in the UK, according to a report.

  • News: Apple Premium Retail Store to open in Shrewsbury

    Shoppers in Shrewsbury will soon be able to get their hands on Apple products in a new store in the the Upper Mall of the Darwin Centre.

  • News: Father's day gift guide

    It's that time of year again, and no we don't mean summer. It's Father's Day on June 17, the one day of the year when you thank your Papa for all the help he's given you over the past year.

  • News: Android vs. iPhone and iPad by the numbers

    It looks increasingly like Android will be the major challenger to both Apple's iPhone and iPad.

  • News: Police: Mac technician installed spyware to photograph women

    He was hired to fix their computers, but police say that Trevor Harwell instead installed spyware software that took candid photos of his clients in various states of undress.

  • News: Say Goodbye to Google Search Portals for Linux, Mac and More

    Fans of Linux, Microsoft and Macs used to be able to search for information about those topics on Google using specialized search tools that narrowed the results to a focused set of highly relevant Web sites.

  • News: Apple's new campus spaceship in pictures

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs presented his high-tech plans for a spaceship-like new Apple HQ building to Cupertino City Council.

  • Opinion: Why Apple's iCloud could mean your next phone is an iPhone

    iCloud may not seem as exciting as a new smartphone or tablet, but it may guarantee that I buy a new iPhone when my current one dies.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 05/07/2011

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

  • News: iCloud and iOS 5: New challenges for the enterprise

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs is known for wowing audiences with his presentation style and with new and polished technologies for Apple's desktops, mobile devices and media services. His keynote address Monday at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was no exception. Jobs and other Apple executives showed off some of the features of the company's Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion," which is due out next month; the next generation of its iOS mobile platform; and the company's new cloud service known as iCloud.

  • Opinion: iOS 5: 5 Blatant Android Rip-Offs

    Apple unveiled a host of new features in iOS 5 due out this fall including revamped notifications, over-the-air updates, and cloud data storage. You might even call these new features magical or revolutionary, unless you're an Android user, then you'd call them "stuff I've been using for years." The latest additions to Apple's mobile OS are probably a welcome relief for iPhone and iPad fans, but it's hard to call iOS "the world's most advanced mobile operating system" when Apple is playing catch up to Android. Here's a look at the five biggest Android rip-offs in iOS 5.

  • News: iOS 5 finally gets custom notification tones

    Apple this morning unveiled the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 5, particularly focussing on an overhauled notifications system, an 'iMessage' service, wireless syncing, a 'Newsstand' app, and built-in Twitter integration. However, one of the 200 new iOS 5 features overlooked by many media outlets is custom notification tones for SMS, e-mail and voicemail sounds. Hurrah!

  • News: 5 Productivity Boosters in OS X Lion

    While iOS 5 looks like a bit of a snooze, today's announcement of OS X Lion looks like a productivity geek's playland. Better navigation throughout the OS, improved file management, and cool sharing features should make Lion well worth its $30 price tag. Here are five ways it'll make Mac users more efficient.

  • Video: Watch Steve Jobs preview Apple's iCloud

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs returned to the keynote stage yesterday to launch Apple's upcoming and anticipated iCloud service. iCloud will let users store documents, calendars, contacts, photos and music online and distribute them to other devices, including Macs, iPads, iPhones and Windows PCs.

  • News: Apple announces iCloud: a virtual digital hub

    Apple's Steve Jobs today announced the Apple iCloud, and demoted the PC to 'just another device' status. The iCloud is a connected, hosted account that stores all files and communications in a single place, accessed from multiple devices.

  • News: Apple announces iOS 5, shows 10 new features

    Apple tonight demonstrated iOS 5, its next generation operating system for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. According to Apple, there are more than 1,500 new APIs and 200 new features in iOS 5. Interestingly, many of these replicate functionality already provided by third-party apps, ehich is unlikely to prove popular with Apple's software partners.



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