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  • News: Adobe: Row with Apple over Flash is over

    Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has said that his company's row with Apple over the lack of Flash on the iOS platform is 'over'.

  • Opinion: Apple iCloud: 5 Burning Questions

    Apple is set to unveil a sleeve of cloud services called iCloud. Apple boss Steve Jobs will make the long-awaited announcement June 6 at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

  • News: Orange offering combo iPhone 4 and iPad 2 deals

    If you want to get your hands on an 3G iPad 2 and an iPhone 4 then Orange has got a combined deal on offer at the moment.

  • News: Apple cracking down on iPhone and iPad 'giveaways'

    Promotions using iPad and iPhones as bait are coming under closer scrutiny from Apple, according to reports.

  • News: Apple takes control of iCloud.com domain

    Apple today took administrative control of the iCloud.com domain less than a week before CEO Steve Jobs is to unveil his company's new cloud-based service.

  • News: 5 Fixes for the Biggest iPhone and iPad Headaches

    No question, the iPad and iPhone are amazing devices. But the iOS operating system isn't perfect. For example: How come AT&T rebills customers every month for cellular data service without asking? Do you really have to buy a AirPrint-compatible printer to print via your iPad? Can you get a refund from Apple on an iTunes purchase?

  • Opinion: WWDC Keynote: Rumor Roundup

    Rumors are flying about what Apple has in store for its users Monday when the company shows off the next versions of OS X and iOS 5, and iCloud, a new online service. Apple set off a rumor feeding frenzy Tuesday after the company announced that CEO Steve Jobs and a cast of Apple executives would introduce the three new products during the keynote for the company's Worldwide Developers Conference.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Samsung says

    Samsung wants a sneak peek at the next iPhone and iPad (don't we all?), Rolling Stone's head honcho finds iPad publications shrug-worthy, and Twitter and the iPhone may soon be better friends than ever. The remainders for Tuesday, May 31, 2011 are here to stay. Until tomorrow.

  • News: iWork comes to iPhone and iPod touch

    Apple has announced the launch of its iWork apps - Keynote, Pages and Numbers - for the iPhone and iPod touch.

  • News: Steve Jobs to debut iCloud, tout iOS 5 and Lion next week

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take the stage at the company's developer conference next week to introduce iCloud -- Apple's new cloud service -- and the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 5.

  • News: Android beating iPhone in smartphone war

    All the hype remains with Apple’s iOS devices – the iPhone and iPad – but research suggests that it’s Google’s Android that is winning the smartphone sales war.

  • News: Apple's Jobs to unveil Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud next week

    Apple will lift the lid on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud, the company's upcoming cloud services offering, at the opening keynote of the WorldWide Developer Conference in San Francisco next week.

  • News: Jobs to keynote Apple WWDC, introduce iCloud

    Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference will introduce the iCloud service, as well as updates to OS X and iOS

  • News: Apple will replace faulty MacBook bottom cases

    MacBook owners who've noticed that the rubber bottom of their laptops have begun to separate from the case now have some recourse. On Tuesday, Apple announced a free MacBook Bottom Case Replacement Program to help quell any separation anxiety.

  • News: Summer launch for the iPhone 5 - rumour

    New speculation puts the iPhone 5 launch date as July or August and suggests that the handset will have an 8MP camera and SIM-less design.

  • News: Is MacDefender Malware a Sign of the Macpocalypse?

    There is a new world order. MacDefender, and subsequently MacGuard, demonstrate that the inherent security by obscurity of the Mac is fading, and that attackers are looking at the bigger picture.

  • News: Mac Malware is Back. Your Move, Apple

    Apple may have conquered the Mac Defender malware with an official support page and a promise to wipe out the problem through a software update, but that's not stopping malware authors from fighting back.

  • News: Web-Based Windows Phone 7 App Store Arriving with Mango

    Microsoft is putting together a Web-based version of its application store for Windows Phone 7 smartphones, in the fashion of leading app stores from Apple and Google. The Web-based Windows Phone 7 Marketplace will arrive this autumn, in time for the release of Mango, Microsoft's latest update of its smartphone operating system.

  • News: Mac Defender Malware: A Survival Guide for OS X Users

    Apple says it has a fix in the works for the Mac Defender fake antivirus app that has plagued a surprising number of Mac users in recent weeks. The company recently posted a Mac Defender support page explaining how you can remove the malware from your system. Apple also says it will roll out an OS X software update to protect Mac users from future attacks.

  • News: Apple laptops, AppleCare dominate Consumer Reports rankings

    Consumer Reportsreally likes Apple’s laptops; its tests found that Apple’s MacBook Pro and MacBook Air were the best 17-inch, 15-inch, 13-inch and 11-inch laptops available. And, based on the results of a reader survey, the publication also ranks AppleCare as far better than any of Apple's competitors' tech support offerings.



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