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  • News: The birth of the iPod

    The destiny of Apple changed drastically 10 years ago with the release of a deceptively simple digital music player.

  • Opinion: Apple's iPod Turns 10

    Apple's iPod, which transformed the way music is sold and distributed and revolutionized the consumer electronics industry, turned 10 on Sunday.

  • Opinion: PlayStation Suite will Move to More Android Devices, Sony Exec Says

    Sony's second in command, Kazuo Hirai, confirmed this week that his company is working on bringing its PlayStation Suite of games to more Android devices in the future.

  • Opinion: Apple's iPad Dominance Fades? I Don't Think So

    What? Android tablet market share has skyrocketed almost 700 percent since a year ago, and the Apple iPad has plummeted to a meager 67 percent of the market? Why is it then, that iPads are everywhere, and the only place I see any other tablets is on the display table at Best Buy?

  • Opinion: Hacker Creates New Way to Communicate Road Rage

    A gadget has been created to help motorists communicate their angst toward other drivers without using the ubiquitous hand gesture. But you might want to watch what you say because you never know who is in the other car.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor rollup for the week ending Oct. 21

    For the iOSsphere, it’s like the iPhone 4S never happened. The fever of speculation around the Next Apple iPhone rises and ebbs like a great tide, ever restless.

  • Opinion: What's in Your Bag? Claire Chambers, CEO, Journelle

    PCWorld Business Center's "In Your Bag" series takes an intimate look at the essential tech gear that small-business leaders carry with them.

  • News: Remains of the Day: iPhone baloney

    The iPhone 3GS is racking up sales while the iPhone 4S is getting ready for a wide release. Also, keep your friends close, but your iPads closer, thanks to a new security flaw. The remainders for Friday, October 21, 2011 are on the prowl.

  • News: Zambia halts pre-export plan to block counterfeit Chinese phones

    While several African countries are battling to block the entry of counterfeit mobile phones and other electronic products from China, Zambia has abandoned the implementation of a pre-export verification system that was aimed at blocking the products from entering Zambia.

  • Opinion: ITC Deals HTC Setback in Apple Patent War

    While Apple continues business as usual with the launch of iOS 5, iCloud, and the iPhone 4S, and Android marches on with the unveiling of Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich", a war between iOS and Android is being waged in courtrooms around the world. In one of those battles--between Apple and HTC--it seems that Apple has the upper hand following a decision from the US International Trade Commission (ITC).

  • News: Apogee Jam guitar interface lets you rock through your dock

    When Apple announced GarageBand for iPad ( Macworld rated 5 out of 5 mice ) back in March 2011, the company showcased the $99 Apogee Jam as a way to connect your electric guitar or bass to your iPad or iPhone.

  • Opinion: How to Sync Your Android Phone or Tablet with iTunes

    It's not uncommon to have iOS and Android users living under the same roof. Indeed, perhaps you've been an iPod owner for many users, but recently decided to pick up an Android-powered smartphone or tablet. Now the question becomes, how do you sync your iTunes music and playlists with your Android device?

  • News: iPhone powers growth in Verizon smartphone sales

    The iPhone is helping Verizon Wireless make big strides in the smartphone retail business--so much so that it appears to be catching up to AT&T's head start selling the Apple device.

  • News: Forrester: Tech Changes to Expect in Next 3 Years

    Business Intelligence tools, mobile apps and cloud application platforms are areas that will evolve and create significantly more business value between today and 2014, according to a new Forrester report on enterprise technology trends.

  • Opinion: Doctor Who? Could Be You

    If you practice saying "Come along, Pond" in the mirror a lot, then let ThinkGeek scratch your itch with a spot-on replica of the jacket worn by Matt Smith on the BBC's Doctor Who. As the "11th Doctor" on the long-running series, Smith sports a smart (if nerdy) tweed jacket as he romps around through time and space conquering evil.

  • News: Google TV 2.0 May Support Android Apps

    The second incarnation of Google’s TV set top-box software will incorporate apps from the Android Market and will look a lot like Android for tablets. A leaked -- perhaps accidental -- sneak peek at the update indicates Google TV 2.0 will feature full-blown Android Market integration for apps and content that should enhance the TV part of Google TV.

  • News: Steve Jobs ranted, raged against Android as 'grand theft'

    Excerpts from Steve Jobs' about-to-be-published biography show the source and character of Apple's aggressive patent war against the rival Android mobile operating system.

  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: California dreamin'

    The influx of iPhone 4S cases continues this week, as more and more manufacturers have revised their existing lines of cases to include some exciting new designs. And, of course, most iPhone 4S cases can be used with the iPhone 4, which is great news to those of us who are holding out a bit longer for a completely redesigned handset.

  • News: Cell Phones Don't Increase Cancer Risk, New Study Says

    A Danish study that monitored 350,000 cell phone users over an 18-year period found no link between mobile phone subscriptions and an increased risk of cancer.

  • News: Turn sunlight into power with Changers kit, website

    Changers has unveiled a device that harnesses the sun’s power to help charge mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad. But the Berlin-based start-up is also hoping to harness the power of a social network to make people more aware of their energy consumption.



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