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  • News: Apple glitch offers OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard for sale

    A mistaken offer in Apple's online store on Wednesday could signal that the company's latest Mac operating system, code-named Snow Leopard, is primed for launch as early as next week.

  • Opinion: What can we expect from Apple's autumn event?

    Speculation is mounting over Apple's autumn event, where the firm is expected to unveil a revamped iPod line and other product news. The Apple tablet may not make an appearance at the event, which is likely to take place on September 9, but rumours include the debut of a new social feature for iTunes 9.0 and an appearance by Steve Jobs, according to All Things D.

  • News: Apple iTunes sells 25% of all US music sales

    Apple's iTunes Music Store now sells 25 percent of all music sales in the US, and 69 percent of the entire US digital music market.

  • News: Apple tries to kill Steve Jobs story in Sunday Times

    Apple tried to block a lengthy 4,000 word plus profile of Steve Jobs from being published in yesterday's Sunday Times newspaper.

  • News: Apple's Snow Leopard could ship early

    Apple could release Snow Leopard, the Mac OS X upgrade, earlier than expected according to reports from several Apple watchers. Mac sites are reporting that the new software could be released as early as 28 Aug

  • News: Microsoft puts Outlook in Mac Office

    Microsoft on Thursday said that starting next year it will include Outlook in its version of the Office for the Mac platform, replacing Entourage, the e-mail and groupware application for Mac users the suite has now.

  • News: Apple boss calms raging Panic

    Steven Frank, Mac developer and co-founder of software company Panic, has become the second high profile industry observer to receive feedback from Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing in less than a week.

  • News: iPhone invented in 1970s by Brit boffins

    The Apple iPhone and iPod wouldn't be here if it wasn't for a bunch of 1970s British boffins and their innovative "transputer" technology, sponsored by the Labour government of PM Harold Wilson.

  • News: See Microsoft's new retail logo

    Microsoft has designed itself a new logo for its forthcoming retail stores, which aim to take on the popular Apple retail stores across the world.

  • News: Amazon: Mac OS X 10.6 sells faster than Windows 7

    Pre-orders for Apple's upcoming Snow Leopard operating system topped Amazon.com's bestseller list yesterday, just days after the online retail giant put Mac OS X 10.6 on its site.

  • News: Steve Jobs to give CES 2010 keynote?

    Apple plans to attend next year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and Steve Jobs could give the keynote, according to online reports.

  • News: Apple chief may be new ITV CEO

    The head of Apple Europe, Pascal Cagni, is being considered for the role of Chief Executive of ITV, the largest commercial television network in the UK.

  • News: Apple iTablet to stimulate 'music booklet' sales

    Rumours of an imminent 'Apple iTablet' refuse to go away, with the iPod maker reportedly in talks with book publishers and record industry executives over content for the device, according to the Financial Times.

  • News: Apple Tablet to run on Verizon 4G network?

    Verizon Wireless is to speed up the roll-out of its 4G network in the US, possibly in conjunction with the release of a new Apple 'iTablet' device, according to a TechCrunch report.

  • News: Apple admits iPhone 3GS supply problems

    Apple sold seven times as many iPhones last quarter as the same period last year. But it's certainly not all good news, as Apple once again has iPhone supply issues.

  • News: Apple beats the downturn with strong iPhone sales

    Once again Apple has proven that it's a different kind of technology company: in this case, one that can beat recession.

  • News: Apple, BlackBerry sell 3% of mobiles but grab 35% of global profits

    In 2008 Apple and RIM accounted for just 3 percent of all global mobile phone sales but 35 percent of operating profits, according to Deutsche Bank analyst Brian Modoff. In 2009 he estimates that the two smartphone makers will take 5 percent of the market in unit terms but 58 percent of total operating profits.

  • News: In pictures: The 15 greatest tech designs ever

    With beautiful Blu-ray players, great gaming PCs, superb storage devices and more, we drool over some fantastic technology eye candy.

  • News: Apple needs netbook quick warns IDC

    Apple's Mac sales are up, say analysts. No, hang on - they're down, say other analysts. Whatever, most agree that Apple's lack of a netbook is costing the company dear.

  • News: Reports: Apple netbook coming in October

    According to reports on a a Taiwanese news site, Apple will release a netbook this October. The Apple netbook will sell for about $800 - that's £491 - and sports a 9.7in. screen, the site reports.



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