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Ted Baker Leather Case
A fresh style from Ted.
Critical patches released for iPhone
Apple has issued a new patch for five flaws in its iPhone and iPod touch devices, three of which could be labeled as "critical".
Skype working on 3G iPhone and iPad apps
Skype is promising that a new version of its software for the iPhone allowing 3G calling will be released "soon".
Backwards is the new forwards Reverse Maze is a puzzler in a world where left is right and up is down.
Apple boss slams Google, Adobe
At a recent company-wide Apple meeting, CEO Steve Jobs railed against Google and Adobe, calling Flash "buggy" and proclaiming that Google wants to "kill the iPhone".
Camera in the iPad?
After the iPad’s unveiling last week, rumours are still rife about future versions of the device, with the latest claiming that the current iPad version has an empty space for a camera.
Proporta Soft Feel Silicone Case
Give your Apple iPhone 3GS a hand in the strength (and style) stakes with the Proporta Soft Feel Silicone Case.
Have iPad critics missed the point?
Canvassing the opinions of technology bloggers presents yesterday’s iPad reveal as somewhat of a disappointment.
iPad a general disappointment?
The general consensus around the Web seems to be that Apple’s iPad is somewhat of a disappointment, with several major technology sites and commentators weighing in with their disapproval.
No word on NZ iPad availability
A press release from Apple has revealed that, despite a fixed US launch period, international pricing and availability for its recently unveiled iPad will be announced at a later date.
First 'official' game announced for Apple tablet
US-based game maker Stand Alone, Inc.
McGraw-Hill CEO confirms Apple tablet launch
In a live interview on CNBC, Terry McGraw, the CEO of US textbook company McGraw-Hill, has confirmed the tablet launch and says the device has an iPhone OS and is ‘terrific’.
Apple reports all-time highest revenue and profit
Announcing the financial results for the first quarter of 2010, Apple reported revenue of US$15.
Jobs calls the Apple tablet "the most important thing I've ever done"
As the highly anticipated Apple event rapidly approaches, the hype continues to swirl with the rumours, the latest of which claim that Steve Jobs is thoroughly excited about the upcoming tablet.
Apple to host iTunes libraries in the cloud?
Apple’s acquisition of music-streaming service
Apple to encourage iPhone users to 'Bing it'
[UPDATE] According to BusinessWeek, iPhone users may soon see Microsoft’s Bing replacing Google as the iPhone’s default search engine.
Apple in talks with book publisher
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has entered into talks with HarperCollins about bringing e-books to the rumoured Apple tablet.
Echo - Mirrored Screen Protector
The Echo Mirrored Screen Protector protects your iPhone 3GS a treat and offers more than meets the eye.
Is Apple set to announce the tablet?
Rumours about an Apple tablet have been swirling for months, but with Apple’s recent announcement of a January 27th event, many think that the company will finally unveil the tablet.
Manic Monkey Mayhem
As with most fights, nobody really knows where, how or when this rivalry started, but this group of monkeys have not stopped battling for as long as they can remember.
Game review: Soosiz
Darkness is falling and your friends are missing.
Samurai: Way of the Warrior
Become a wandering samurai in the ancient Japan during chaotic times of war.
Game review: Totemo
Unloose the spirit.
Google Chrome now available for Mac, Linux
Google has released test versions of its Chrome Web browser for Mac and Linux operating systems.