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Next-gen iPhone leaked?
Left in a bar by an Apple employee, an iPhone prototype has a front-facing camera and HD display, among other features.
Review: Adobe Creative Suite 5
Adding a bundle of new tools and features to the previous version, Adobe Creative Suite 5 (CS5) is an essential tool for professional creatives and those who want to create various types of content.
mophie Juice Pack Air for iPhone
The mophie Juice Pack Air is a rechargeable external battery concealed inside of a protective form-fitting case for the iPhone 3G.
Opera Mini sees one million downloads
Mobile web browser downloaded over one million times in its first day of availability.
Top Dog: Farmyard Adventures
Help Top Dog herd all the sheep to their pens, ducks to their ponds and pigs to their mud! Top Dog: Farmyard Adventures is a beautifully designed flocking and herding game for all ages, but kids will dig it the most.
Israel bans the iPad
Customs officials have banned anyone, even tourists, from bringing Apple's new iPad into the country.
Apple: No more support for iPhone 2G
Chief Executive Steve Jobs has confirmed that the company will not be offering any further support for the iPhone 2G.
Apple aims another blow at Adobe
As part of its growing war against Flash, Apple has banned developers from using Adobe's recently released export option that makes Flash content iPhone friendly.
International iPad shipping delayed
Due to stronger than expected US sales, Apple is delaying the iPad's international release until the end of May.
Updated MacBook Pros announced
After weeks of speculation, Apple has finally refreshed its MacBook Pro line with faster processors and a longer battery life.
Google tablet in the works
Google has officially confirmed that it is working on a tablet computer that will likely rival Apple's iPad.
Adobe releases Creative Suite 5
With a new program and a host of new features and tools, Adobe's new release of Creative Suite has a focus on 3D and interactive content.
Advanced Note Cards for Speeches and Public Speaking iSpeechCards helps you organize and deliver better presentations and speeches for any kind of event - such as student wedding speeches or business presentations, or something less formal like a 5 minute work presentation.
iTunes to integrate with Facebook connect
Allowing users to share purchases with friends, iTunes will soon integrate with Facebook Connect.
iPhone OS 4.0 gets multitasking, iBooks
The iPhone's next operating system (OS) will feature major upgrades, with Apple announcing more than 100 new user features to be available for the iPhone in a few months.
Apple sold 300,000 iPads on first day
Official numbers are in, and Apple confirms it sold more than 300,000 iPads on launch day.
Next iPhone OS revealed April 8th
Apple has announced that it will be revealing the iPhone 4.
iPad battery exceeds expectations
Despite the official word that the iPad battery would last 10 hours, most reviewers have found that the battery lasts longer and is much more powerful than expected.
Only 20% of iPad apps free
With more than 3000 specialised apps launched alongside the iPad, the majority of them don't come cheap.
Positive reviews as iPad hits US stores
With large crowds and lines and a number of stores selling out within minutes, the iPad has launched to positive reviews in the US.
RaceBook - the app to back your favourite jockeys
If you are anything like me, you make your selections mostly on the names of the horses, or your favourite jockey.
Next iPhone to get range of new features
More leaks seem to indicate that a new iPhone could be coming in June or July sporting a whole new range of features, including multitasking and an HD display.
New iTunes released in time for iPad
iTunes version 9.
iPad pre-order demand exceeds supply
Pre-orders have swamped Apple and forced it to push back its shipping date for some customers, leading analysts to expect high iPad sales throughout the year.