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  • 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.

  • News: Apple iOS 4.2 update available to download

    Apple's long awaited, much anticipated iOS 4.2 update for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch should finally be available today according to a report, with speculation the update will be available at 6pm UK time.

  • News: 6 things Apple might announce today

    "Tomorrow is just another day. That you'll never forget". Five suggestions for what Apple could be planning to surprise us with on November 16, 2010.

  • Libratone Beat wireless speaker

    Libratone has launched a triangular speaker that can be used wirelessly and is designed to fit snugly into the corner of a room and yet promises to deliver a hefty dose of audio. The Libratone Beat goes onsale in the UK at the end of this month. 

  • News: Fix for iPhone alarm woes revealed

    A bug in the iPhone operating system iOS, which resulted in alarms going off an hour late as Europe this week can be easily fixed.

  • News: Report: Apple, Google vying for mobile payment startup

    Both Apple and Google are in talks to acquire Boku, a company offering online payment technology via mobile phones according to TechCrunch.

  • News: Apple's Lion: A marriage of iOS and OS X

    Apple recently announced at its Back to Mac event that it's releasing a new version of Mac OS X, known as Lion, (which leaves very few big cats left for future releases).

  • News: The 30 best Safari extensions - so far

    Apple began following in the footsteps of Firefox and Chrome this summer, by allowing developers to create extensions for its Safari 5 web browser and more recently launched its Extensions Gallery.

  • News: Mac users hit with Windows-style 'Koobface' Trojan

    A new Mac OS X Trojan-worm based on Koobface has been discovered circulating via Facebook and Twitter.

  • News: Apple dumps Flash from Mac OS X

    Apple has revealed it will stop bundling Adobe's Flash with Mac OS X.

  • Video: New MacBook Air models launched

    Plus: Bill Gates' successor steps down, and more stories

  • Video: Steve Jobs demonstrates FaceTime on Mac

    FaceTime software available for Macs with OS X 10.6

  • Video: Apple unveils iLife 11 features

    Updated features of iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand

  • News: 5 Criticisms of Mac App Store (And Why They're Wrong)

    The Mac App Store has the potential to breathe new life into the Mac platform. With Mac marketshare rising and there being a growing number of developers with skill in Objective-C from the iOS side of things, the time is definitely right for a centralized, and familiar-looking app delivery model for the Mac. However, since Apple released the Mac App Store guidelines similar to those for iOS, there has been a fair bit of criticism going around. Here are some of the criticisms I've seen and why they're wrong (or at the very least probably shortsighted).

  • News: Apple's new Mac line-up in pictures

    Apple took a break from iPhones and iPads this week, to reveal its new Mac software and hardware.



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