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iOS 8 iWatch

Apple's software-centric WWDC event today had those who wanted the glitz and glam of product launches fairly bored. After-all, if you are after your next flagship smartphone or tablet, what is some software going to do to fill the tech void? For the rest of us, we knew what WWDC is about, a conference where software is the key. Read More »

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iOS 8

So, as we expected, there were no major surprises at Apple's WWDC keynote speech today. There were no new products and not even a hint of them. A low key developer conference is accepted for most companies, but not for Apple, with WWDC likely to have analysts predicting doom and gloom for the brand. However, this event is not about product, but software, so with iOS 8 now out in the wild, you may be wondering if it will be coming to your Apple device. Read More »

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WWDC 2014

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is set to get underway between June 2nd and June 6th and typically the tech world is speculating about which products the company will launch. Read More »

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Apple

2014 is a big year for Apple as the company in many ways has to reignite its relationship with the consumer space and once again place itself as the innovative force in tech. Of course, the iPhone is still the best selling smartphone and the iPad the best-selling tablet, but there has been a feeling that Apple has not done enough in recent years to truly change the industry. Read More »

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Apple Beats

The dust is settling on Apple’s newly confirmed deal to buy Beats Electronics for $3 billion, made official by both companies yesterday. After plenty of speculation throughout the month the deal is done, but now the analysis can begin and the hardquestions can be asked. Read More »

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Apple buys Beats

Apple has finally confirmed that it is buying Beats Electronics in a deal worth $3 billion. Nearly a month after the Financial Times broke the story that Apple CEO Tim Cook was interested in the audio company, it has been made official. It has been an interesting saga since that leak, with reports this morning even suggesting Apple had cooled its interest. Read More »

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