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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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As promised by Tim Cook last week at the WWDC keynote speech, the App Store has been made available to an extra 32 countries. See the list after the break:

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Rumors about a pending Apple HD iTV may soon turn out to be a reality.

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Buying an e-book reader can be considered as an investment (that is if you buy a lot of books); however it needs quite substantial initial expense, the e-book reader device itself. Read More »

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With the introduction of the new iPad, it only makes sense for Apple to discontinue models of the iPad2 that would compete directly with the new product.

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Another impressive milestone is about to be reached by Apple’s App store for those keeping score.  With the iPhone maker already boasting about having the biggest app library of all, they’re now about to hit 25 billion, yes with a “b”, app downloads for iPhone, iPod and iPad.

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Okay, this isn’t really a mobile post, but in an odd sort of way it is. Apple has quietly just announced Mountain Lion (OS 10.8), the new version of their desktop operating system, and the signs of a transition to something way more iOS are definitely here. Read More »

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Steve Jobs was honoured last night with the Trustees Grammy Award for his efforts and contributions to the music industry. The award is given annually by the Recording Academy to “individuals who, during their careers in music, have made significant contributions, other than performance, to the field of recording”.

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