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  • News: Rumour: Apple MacBook & iPhone to go 3G

    Banners hanging at Macworld Expo on Monday read, '2008: There's something in the air', suggesting wireless news to come in CEO Steve Jobs' keynote today (5pm, GMT).

  • News: iTunes to launch film rental service

    Film rentals in the USA will be soon be available from iTunes. Apple is expected to launch the service, which will complement its current download-to-own offering, at this year’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco, which starts tomorrow.

  • News: Microsoft unveils Office 2008 for Mac

    Microsoft has announced pricing and availability of its latest Mac-compatible version of its Office suite of business tools.

  • News: Stream audio and video from Mac to PlayStation 3

    Nullriver Software has announced the launch of MediaLink, software that enables Macs to stream audio, video and photos to a Sony PlayStation 3 games console

  • News: Apple to reduce UK iTunes prices by 5p

    Apple today announced that within six months it will lower the prices it charges for music on its UK iTunes Store to match the already standardised pricing on iTunes across Europe.

  • News: Fastest-ever Mac Pro launched by Apple

    Apple today announced its latest professional desktop Macs, featuring huge speed, performance and expandability increases.

  • News: 2007: Apple's biggest ever year

    2007 will go down as a huge year in Apple's three-decade history. We've taken a look back at Apple's biggest 12 months.

  • News: Apple faces class-action music monopoly suit

    Apple is facing a class-action suit that alleges the company unfairly uses technological restrictions with its iPod line and iTunes Music Store to beat out competitors.

  • News: Apple patent sparks rumours of Apple ultramobile PC

    A US patent granted to Apple on Thursday seems to support reports that the company is working on an ultramobile PC to compete with Microsoft and its hardware partners in that market. The patent adds weight to rumours that Apple is set to launch such a product at Macworld San Francisco on Tuesday 15 January, 2008.

  • News: Apple share price tips $200

    Apple Inc. shares broke the US$200 mark for the first time ever Wednesday, then slipped back under the bar to close at $198.95 – about where they stand today.

  • News: iTunes Store to rent movies 'soon'

    Apple and News Corp. have signed an agreement to offer Twentieth Century Fox movies for rent through the iTunes Music Store, the Financial Times reported today.

  • News: Video report: 2007's top tech news

    With the release of Windows Vista, Apple's iPhone and a new breed of portable computer, 2007 was a busy year for the technology industry.

  • News: Apple to add WGA alternative to Mac OS?

    Apple has filed an updated patent application in the US for a product activation and anti-piracy technology that would give the company the same kind of control over its software as the oft-criticised Windows Genuine Advantage platform provides its rival, Microsoft.

  • News: Freezing MacBook keyboards fixed by Apple

    A recent Apple update has fixed keyboard lockups on Leopard-based MacBooks and MacBook Pros, according to users on Apple's support forums.

  • News: ThinkSecret site closes after Apple lawsuit

    Popular Apple rumour site Think Secret is to close as part of a settlement it reached with the Mac maker.

  • News: Analyst: Apple TV is the top video device

    ABI Research says Apple TV is the leading internet video delivery device, though concedes that Apple’s market growth has been stymied by lack of available content and the cost of entry.

  • News: Apple patches fix Mac OS X & Safari 3 beta

    Apple kept its rush of year-end security patches coming on Monday, issuing a flurry of fixes for its Mac OS X operating system and the test version of its Safari browser.

  • News: Leopard is Apple's most successful OS ever

    Mac OS X 'Leopard' was the most successful operating system launch in Apple's history based on first month sales, according to research firm NPD Group.

  • News: Microsoft finishes Office for Mac 2008

    Microsoft Office for Mac 2008 is on track for launch at next month's Macworld trade show, having been signed off by the Microsoft development team working on the project.

  • News: Apple releases GarageBand 4.1.1 update

    Apple's GarageBand has been updated with a maintenance patch that ships in conjunction with new versions of QuickTime and QuickTime Broadcaster.



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