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  • News: British Library launches app for iPhone, iPad & Android

    You can now enjoy unique and rare items such as the original version of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland with a new app from the British Library.

  • News: Mac App Store opens its doors

    The Mac App Store has officially opened.

  • Video: The year in review: Gadgets in 2010

    From the Galaxy Tab to the Google Cr-48 laptop

  • News: Apple to be target of cyber-criminals in 2011

    McAfee predicts Apple will be a bigger target of cyberattacks in 2011.

  • How-Tos: How to: The Top 10 Tech Tutorials of 2010

    One of the key functions of the PC Advisor website is to help technology users. We offer free tech support in the Helproom Forum, and hundreds of technology tutorials both big and small. Search around on PC Advisor and you'll find advice on everything from ultra-techie niche problems, through simple home entertainment setup to tips on keeping your PC in tip-top condition.

  • News: The Top 10 Most Popular Products of 2010

    In the past year PC Advisor has reviewed around 1,500 of the top technology products released in 2010. Roughly 15 million people viewed these reviews, choosing an interesting array as their most popular reviews of products released in 2010.

  • Video: The year in review: Apple's 2010

    From the Apple iPhone 4 to the iPad

  • News: Rear-mounted speaker for iPad 2

    Third-party cases suggest camera and speaker additions.

  • News: The Top 10 Technology Reviews of 2010

    We reveal the 10 most popular technology product reviews of 2010, and what makes them interesting.

  • News: Steve Jobs named 'Person Of The Year'

    The Financial Times has named Apple CEO Steve Jobs as its 2010 ‘Person Of The Year’.

  • News: Apple announces Mac App Store will open on Jan 6

    If you've been eagerly anticipating plonking down your hard-earned cash for Mac apps, then you'll want to mark your calendar. Apple announced it would open the doors to its new Mac App Store in 90 countries on January 6, 2011.

  • News: Apple nemesis to offer Mac App Store alternative

    As Apple prepares to launch a Mac App Store for Mac OS X computers, a rival effort is underway by Cydia to offer a similar but unofficial offering.

  • News: Opinion: How a man of 101 uses an Apple iPad

    Over the Thanksgiving holidays I had the opportunity to visit with my favorite 100-year-old—Lew, my mother’s husband. His birthday rolls around again in a couple of weeks and, as you might imagine, with a century of stuff tucked away here and there, he’s a hard man to shop for.

  • News: Apple clarifies Mac App Store rules

    Make no mistake: the news that Apple would be launching a Mac App Store was probably the most significant story to come out of the company’s Back to the Mac event in October—or at least the one with the most far-reaching implications. But since that initial push, which promised that the store would open within 90 days, Apple’s been largely quiet about the new venture. On Friday, however, it updated its Developer News page with three tidbits of information for developers looking to submit apps.

  • News: Apple wins patent on 3D projector that needs no glasses

    Apple has been awarded a US patent for a display system that would allow multiple viewers to see a high-quality 3D image projected on a screen without the need for special glasses, regardless of where they are sitting.

  • News: Orange, T-Mobile offer Apple iPad for £199

    Orange and T-Mobile have confirmed the discounted prices they will be offering on the Apple iPad under their joint 'Everything, Everywhere' brand - you can pick up an iPad for an initial cost of only £199, representing an initial 'saving' of £330.

  • News: More than a third of laptops buyers want a Mac

    More than a third of American consumers planning to purchase a laptop in the next 90 days will buy from Apple, a market research company said this week.

  • News: Apple-1 fetches £133,250 at Christie's auction

    Christie's auction house in London today sold an Apple-1 computer for £133,250, or $213,600 to an unidentified bidder.

  • News: One less thing: Apple bans Steve Jobs doll

    Apple’s sharp-shooting legal swat team has put the frighteners on a firm selling an action figure doll of its CEO Steve Jobs.

  • News: 24 hours with Apple iOS 4.2

    Apple released iOS 4.2 into the wild about 24 hours ago, and users installing the software update have found improved HTML 5 features, quirky bugs and limited AirPlay support.



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