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  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending July 29

    Evidence, or "evidence," surfaces this week showing the Next iPhone will be either a lot like the existing iPhone or radically different. Apple moves into weapons manufacturing.

  • News: Everything Everywhere becomes UK's leading iPhone supplier

    Everything Everywhere, the umbrella company that holds the T-Mobile and Orange mobile network operator brands in the UK, is now the country's top iPhone supplier.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy 2 set to beat Apple iPhone

    Galaxy S II sales show Samsung set to overtake Apple as number-one smartphone maker.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Negative charge

    One customer finds himself on the receiving end of a pack of Lions, the masses are still eagerly awaiting the next iPhone, and the expression "crazy like a Fox" takes on a whole new meaning. The remainders for Wednesday, July 27, 2011 are coming soon to a browser near you.

  • News: Installing Lion

    Lion has hit Apple's App Store and a lot of your computers. While those first adopters have dived into the Lion's mouth with feet forward, many more of you are waiting to install the latest version of the Mac OS. And because you are, we'd like to lend a hand by talking about the issues you'll face when installing Lion. Macworld senior editor Dan Frakes joins me to do just that.

  • News: Core i5 MacBook Airs zoom past predecessors

    Macworld Lab has received and benchmarked every standard configuration of the new Core i5 MacBook Airs released last week. We've found that the new processors push the Airs to new performance heights.

  • News: Passwords in Mac OS X can be pilfered with new tool

    A company that makes password recovery tools has released one that can snatch passwords from a locked or sleeping Macintosh running Mac OS X Lion by plugging another computer into the Mac's FireWire port. The attack technique is several years old and the only way to defend against it is to turn the Mac off.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Heavier than air

    Rumors say Apple may be super-sizing the MacBook Air, but they also speculate that you may soon be talking to your iPhone. In fact, these are all just weapons being prepared for the oncoming patent war. And just what will it take to get kicked out of an Apple Store? One man sets out to find the truth. The remainders for Tuesday, July 26, 2011 are service with a smile.

  • News: Microsoft's OneNote app for iPhone comes to UK

    Microsoft has announced version 1.2 of its OneNote app for iPhone, which is the first version to become available to customers in the UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

  • News: French security firm bashes Microsoft for talking up Mac malware

    A Mac security firm today criticized Microsoft for warning Mac users of new malware, saying that the threat simply wasn't worth mentioning.

  • News: Google Books Bows to New Apple App Store Rules

    Google's iOS Books app that was quietly removed from the Apple App Store over the weekend reappeared late Monday, fully compliant with the new App Store rules. The Google Books iOS app, introduced in December, is now in line with Apple's newly enforced rules that ban links bypassing Apple's own in-app purchase mechanism.

  • News: Rovio adds 15 new levels to Angry Birds

    Angry birds fans should be pleased to hear that developers Rovio are adding 15 new levels to the game as well as new bug fixes in the latest update.

  • News: Apple battery firmware open to attack, researcher finds

    The microcontroller used to control the charging of Apple’s laptop batteries could be attacked by malware in a way that might damage the cells, a researcher has reported in advance of a presentation at the forthcoming Black Hat security conference.

  • News: iPad 3 to have Retina Display?

    LG Display's CEO, Young Soo Kwon, tells reporters more than he should have about iPads.

  • News: Chinese government closes two hoax Apple stores

    The Chinese government has shut down two retailers in the city of Kunming, which are thought to be fake Apple stores

  • News: Microsoft spells out Office for Mac bugs in Lion

    Microsoft last week confirmed that customers running Office for Mac will experience problems with the suite on Apple's new Lion operating system.

  • News: Weekly Wrap: Lion, Lion, some other stuff, and Lion

    There's never a good time to take a break from reading Macworld.com for a week, of course. But this past week was perhaps the worst week to avoid the site in recent memory, as Apple let a rather enormous cat out of the bag. Join us as we run down the biggest stories from the week gone by.

  • News: Apple MacBook Batteries Found Vulnerable to Malware

    MacBook users are being warned their Apple laptop batteries are vulnerable to being hacked.

  • News: Adobe recants knock on Apple's OS X Lion

    Adobe has backpedalled from a claim that its popular Flash Player did not work with OS X Lion's hardware acceleration, saying that a testing mistake led it to the wrong conclusion.

  • News: AT&T still besting Verizon in iPhone activations

    If Verizon thought it could swoop in and take AT&T's iPhone market share overnight, it thought wrong.



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