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Apple to launch mobile advertising platform
In another blow to Google, Apple is rumoured to announce a new mobile ad platform in the coming weeks.
iPad apps pricier than those on iPhone
According to leaked screenshots from the iPad app store, it appears that iPad apps are far pricier than their iPhone counterparts.
iPhone to get universal mailbox
The next version of the iPhone will feature a universal mailbox that will compile different email accounts on one screen, along with other new iPhone features.
Messenger for Mac 8 beta released
Microsoft has released the Messenger for Mac 8 beta, which will connect Mac users via audio or video call to a contact on the Windows Live network.
Free ePub books will sync with iPad
Despite initial worries that the iBookstore would only work with purchased books, Apple has now confirmed that a user's free ePub titles will sync to the iPad through iTunes.
Mac updates coming soon?
The long-awaited refresh for Macs might be coming soon, according to a number of recent hints.
iPad sales likely to outpace original iPhone
With an estimated 200,000 iPads already pre-ordered, analysts believe that there could be more iPads sold in its first quarter than the 1.
Google TV will push Apple into action
Apple has long referred to its Apple TV product as a "hobby", but the company might get spurred into action by Google's announcement that its next frontier will be TV.
Apple board member passes away at 71
In tribute to Apple board member Jerome [Jerry] York, Apple's US website has been dedicated solely to his memory.
Kindle for Mac application now available
Allowing users to read and purchase Kindle books on their Mac, even if they don't have a Kindle, Amazon has released its application for Mac.
Next iPhone could include multitasking
Long absent from the device, iPhone users might finally get the ability to run more than one app at a time, with rumours flying that the next iPhone will include multitasking abilities.
90,000 iPads ordered in first six hours
With iPad pre-orders opening today in the US, one analyst claims the that more than 90,000 iPads have been ordered in the first six hours of availability.
iPad turns heads of some e-reader owners
More than a quarter of current e-reader owners wish they'd waited for the iPad, according to a new consumer survey.
LogMeIn releases new pro version for Mac
LogMeIn's newest version for Mac allows users to access their Macs on-the-go with an Internet connection or an iPhone.
FileMaker 11 released
Packing a variety of new features and a focus on easier database creation and ways to increase productivity, FileMaker 11 is now available.
Portal 2 coming to Mac
Thousands of gamers the world over are salivating over news that Valve is working on a sequel to breakaway 2007 hit
iPad to hit US stores April 3rd
Confirming an official release date, Apple has announced that the iPad will hit US shelves on April 3rd, with pre-orders starting next week.
Apple to host videos in the cloud
Following the talks of Apple moving iTunes music libraries into the cloud, the company is planning the same for iTunes video and has been talking about the idea with content providers.
iPad could suffer stock shortages
Analysts have claimed that a shortage of materials could lead to a supply shortage in for the device’s launch, but Apple supplier Foxconn says 700,000 iPads will ship on schedule in March.
iBooks coming to NZ soon?
Though it was previously thought that iBooks wouldn’t immediately be available for the iPad internationally, new information could say otherwise and New Zealand could get iBooks soon after it gets the iPad.
Apple files lawsuit against HTC
In another jab at Google, Apple has filed a lawsuit against HTC for allegedly infringing on 20 of its US patents; many which revolve around the iPhone’s touch technology.
2010: YEAR OF THE TABLET?
While many businesses plan to forego tablets in favour of netbooks, that could change as tablet prices drop and allow for increased portability.
iPhone sales doubled in 2009
Apple doubled its iPhone sales in 2009 and now holds the third largest global market share in smartphones, according to a new report from Gartner.
iTunes reaches 10 billion songs downloaded
Apple announced today that iTunes has sold more than 10 billion songs, and marked the occasion by awarding a lucky someone a $US10,000 iTunes gift card.