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  • Opinion: Microsoft Bing: 'Get a Mac'

    Ask Microsoft whether you ought to buy a Mac or a PC, and its answer will probably be inclined in favour of the latter. Microsoft folks will tell you that a PC is cheaper, is used by the majority of the world, and is endorsed by tiny tots and Jerry Seinfeld alike.

  • Opinion: The MacBook turns Pro

    Apple updated its 13in MacBook a few weeks back, giving the company's least expensive laptop better performance than the more expensive aluminium unibody models. This was a pretty strong hint that the aluminium models were due for a refresh.

  • News: In pictures: the Apple iPhone 3G S

    At first glance, the Apple iPhone 3G S may not appear to be much different to its predecessor the Apple iPhone 3G and the original Apple iPhone, but Apple's newly unveiled smartphone offers a slew of new features plus speed. Here's a gallery of the new arrivals.

  • News: Snow Leopard to cost £19 at September UK launch

    Apple's forthcoming Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard operating system upgrade will cost just £19 when it's released in September.

  • News: Upgrading to iPhone 3G S from iPhone and iPhone 3G

    Only new customers and those who are out of contract qualify for the new iPhone prices. That leaves a lot of current iPhone and iPhone 3G users scratching their heads about how much it will cost them to upgrade to the new iPhone 3G S. Here we answer all your queries.

  • News: Apple shows Snow Leopard performance gains

    Laptops and desktops could see software performance gains with parallel programming tools built into Apple's new operating system, Mac OS X 10.6, which was introduced by the company on Monday.

  • News: Google Chrome for Mac and Linux launched

    Google has released a developer-only version of its Google Chrome browser for Mac and Linux systems.

  • News: Returning Jobs to present at Apple's WWDC?

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs is on track to return from medical leave this month, and there is even speculation that he may be present at the company's annual software developers' conference next week at San Francisco, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday, quoting people familiar with the matter.

  • News: Apple patches QuickTime and iTunes

    Apple has issued patches for its QuickTime and iTunes software, fixing critical security flaws along with a bug that was first hinted at earlier this year in a book on Mac hacking.

  • News: Sony Ericsson boasts new Satio will beat Apple's iPhone

    Sony Ericsson yesterday launched a new smartphone that it says is an Apple iPhone killer. The touchscreen multimedia mobile, which features many of the iPhone's innovative features, is being touted as a "game changer".

  • News: Jacqui Smith claims £242 for husband's iPhone

    Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary, claimed £240 in taxpayer-funded expenses to buy an Apple iPhone for her husband according the latest Daily Telegraph revelation highlighting MPs' expenses.

  • News: Apple iPhone to get direct TV downloads?

    With the next version of Apple's iPhone 3.0 software update set for launch next month, more supposed details are leaking out about what the iPhone and iPod touch software might include.

  • News: Patents point to Apple tablet PC in 2010

    Apple will stay true to its word and snub the netbook market, according to a Wall Street Analyst who predicts that the company is in the process of designing a tablet-like device instead.

  • News: Mac attack posted online by angry hacker

    In an effort to draw attention to an long-standing security problem in Apple's Mac OS X operating system, a security researcher has posted attack code that exploits the flaw.

  • Opinion: Why Steve Jobs will be back this summer

    Wouldn't it be great if, a few weeks after next month's WWDC, Apple maximum leader Steve Jobs returned - tanned, rested, healthy, and brandishing next-generation iPhones and other toys?

  • News: Mac users struggle to install security fix

    Mac users installing Apple's recent security update that patched 67 bugs, have reported an unusually high number of problems.

  • News: Next-generation iPhone specs 'revealed'

    A forum poster on a Chinese Apple website recently published what he claimed to be the specs for Apple's upcoming iPhone model.

  • News: Microsoft slammed over 'irresponsible disclosure'

    A security researcher has called foul on Microsoft for doing exactly what it has criticised hackers over for years: revealing information that can be used to hijack computers before a patch is available.

  • News: 10 web brands account for half all internet time

    The top ten web brands are getting stronger, despite the proliferation of new sites and services. The ten web brands on which Britons spend the most time accounted for nearly half of all UK Internet time - compared to less than 42 percent a year ago.

  • News: Apple patches 67 bugs in Mac OS X

    Apple has released a security update that patched 67 vulnerabilities in Mac OS X.



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