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  • 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.

  • News: Lotus Notes push email coming to iPhone

    The newest version of Lotus Notes and Domino will push email, contacts and calendar items to iPhone users.

  • News: How 10 great products got their names

    They sound right now, but how did our favourite products get their odd names? From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, PC Advisor explains.

  • News: Apple breaks into UK Top 5 PC makers

    While UK PC sales slid by 5.1 percent in the first quarter of 2009, Apple's Mac sales grew 6.6 percent to take the company into the UK top five for the first time (replacing Fujitsu Siemens).

  • Opinion: Apple sued over alleged MagSafe fire hazard

    Don't look now, but Apple's got itself tied up in another lawsuit. This time, the fuss is over Apple's much-hyped MagSafe adaptor, which is allegedly prone to fraying, sparking and creating a fire hazard.

  • News: 'Apple to buy Twitter' rumours rubbished

    Internet hype suggests that Apple is in talks to buy micro-blogging site Twitter for $700m, but analysts are moving to quash the rumours. Neither Apple nor Twitter have commented on the stories, which appear to come from a single source.

  • News: 8 reasons why a PC is better than a Mac

    With around nine out of 10 computers running one version of Windows or another it's clear that PCs are more popular than Macs, right? Just to be sure we've put together eight compelling real reasons why your next computer should be a PC and not a Mac.

  • News: Apple iPhone sales up 123 percent

    Despite a decline in Mac sales, Apple reported a strong second quarter, driven by iPhone sales.

  • News: Apple: Netbooks are 'junky' and unusable

    Exec dismisses plans for Apple mini laptop, claiming the format can't compete with the iPhone and iPod touch

  • News: Hackers activate first Mac OS X botnet

    The first botnet designed to attack Apple's Mac OSX operating system has been activated, according to rumours on the web.

  • News: Vmware exposes Macs to Windows hack

    A bug in VMware's Fusion virtualisation software could be used to run malicious code on a Mac by exploiting Windows in a virtual machine, according to a security researcher. VMware has released Fusion 2.0.4 to plug the hole.

  • News: Lawsuit asks court to stop Apple iPhone sales

    Taiwan chip designer Elan Microelectronics is suing Apple over the infringement of two US patents.

  • News: UK Mac fans angered by Macworld Expo move

    In a move almost as dramatic as Apple pulling out of the show or Steve Jobs not showing up for a keynote, Macworld Expo has moved its dates to February for its 2010 run. While this suits many US West Coast visitors, it has frustrated UK attendees who usually visit both Macworld Expo and CES in one trip. It also now effectively clashes with Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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