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  • News: Apple iPhone 5 launch: today's announcements in brief

    Apple held a press event at its US headquarters today to update journalists on its incredible string of commercial successes and to flesh out details of its much anticipated new iOS software. The Apple iPhone 5, which was strongly rumoured to be unveiled at the press conference in Cupertino, California, did not make an appearance. However, Apple CEO Tim Cook did take the wraps off new models of iPod nano and iPod touch and the iPhone 4S

  • News: iPhone 4S: Upgraded iPhone offers 'intelligent' assistant

    The enhanced model also upgrades the camera and processor, ups the memory and storage capacity, and will be available on Sprint

  • News: Apple unveils iPhone 4S

    Apple's latest iPhone doesn't look all that different on the surface from the iPhone 4 it replace. But the iPhone 4S unveiled by Apple at a press event Tuesday promises an improved processor, new wireless system, and more powerful camera, along with voice control capabilities.

  • News: Apple Announces New iPod Lineup, New Ultra-Thin iPod Touch

    Apple's iPhone isn't the only piece of hardware getting a refresh today, as the entire iPod lineup is also shifting around for new designs and price points.

  • News: Apple announces iPhone 4S to crowd

    Apple on Tuesday announced the iPhone 4S, a 3G smartphone with improved hardware designed to allow the device to run applications faster than its predecessor, the iPhone 4.

  • News: Apple Finally Reveals iPhone 4S, Here's the Specs

    Apple has finally taken the lid off of the iPhone 4. While it's not the "iPhone 5" that many publications and analysts were expecting, the new smartphone is looking like a significant upgrade over the last model. Here's a breakdown of the hard specs:

  • News: Apple updates iPod nano, touch models

    During the company's press event Tuesday at its Cupertino headquarters, Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, announced updated versions of the iPod nano and iPod touch.

  • News: iOS 5 Drops October 12th, Includes Wireless iOS Updates

    Apple revealed a lot of new information about the iOS platform today, with one big change affecting how Apple users update their smartphones.

  • News: iOS 5 to ship October 12

    iOS 5, the next iteration of the company's operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, will be released on October 12. Apple announced the ship date during a press event Tuesday at its Cupertino headquarters.

  • News: Live feed: Apple's iPhone 5 event

    We're live blogging as Apple's new CEO Tim Cook hosts Apple's iPhone 5 event. Rumours point to changes to the new iPhone's hardware including a wider screen size, a processor upgrade, more memory, and changes to the shape of the case as well as the material used for the case.

  • News: Will Today's Apple Event Bring iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 or Both?

    As with most Apple events, today's "Let's Talk iPhone" event is causing speculation to run rife across the Internet. Many people seem convinced that the iPhone 5 will make its long-awaited appearance at the event today, while others are more doubtful.

  • News: iPhone 5 Expected to Break Sales Record

    Anticipation is always high around the release of a new iPhone, and analysts expect the fifth-generation version of the device to live up to the hype and possibly break sales records.

  • News: Kindle Fire Preorders: 95,000 Units Sold

    Amazon's Kindle Fire had a decent first day of preorders, with 95,000 units sold, according to third-party research firm eDataSource.

  • News: iPhone 'playing key role in boosting smartphone market'

    Sales of Apple's iPhone will continue to help the rapid expansion of the global smartphone market, according to a market research firm.

  • News: Apple rejects Samsung's peace deal

    Apple has turned down Samsung's offer to disable some key features on its Galaxy Tab 10.1 so the device's Australian launch can go ahead.

  • News: iPhone 5 emails aim to infect recipients' computers

    Scammers are exploiting interest in today's iPhone announcement to try and trick Windows users into installing malware on their PCs.

  • News: HTC Acknowledges Security Flaw, Promises Quick Fix

    HTC has acknowledged a security vulnerability in several of its smartphones but dodged responsibility for the flaw. The vulnerability exposes nearly all a user’s data to any app that can access the Internet from the handset.

  • News: Mango update progressing, but Samsung owners have to wait

    Microsoft has invited 50 percent of eligible Windows Phone users to update to version 7.5, also known as Mango, Microsoft's Eric Hautala said in a blog post on Monday.

  • News: iPhone 5: Sprint Exclusivity Doesn't Seem Possible

    Sprint is expected to jump aboard the iPhone bandwagon, joining AT&T and Verizon as the third U.S. carrier to sell the device. The carrier committed to more than 30 million handsets over the next four years, according to Wall Street Journal, which was also the first to report that Sprint will get the new iPhone. But in the usual hysteria ahead of a highly-anticipated Apple announcement, Boy Genius Report is claiming its sources say the iPhone 5 will be a Sprint exclusive.

  • News: Microsoft says no more Zunes, it's all about the phone now

    Microsoft will make no more Zune music players, building its future music strategy on applications incorporated in its Windows Phone and Xbox platforms, the company has confirmed.



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