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What you need to know about iOS 6

WWDC Apple's new operating system, slated for fall release, gets a preview at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference. Read what features are in the update -- and what aren't

Apple updates report on supplier working conditions

Mike Daisey may have received his comeuppance, but Apple is pressing ahead with its efforts to improve working conditions at the overseas factories that manufacture its products

Remembering Steve Jobs, the man who saved Apple

Both as the founder of the first successful personal-computer company and as the man who transformed a nearly-bankrupt Apple, Jobs established himself as an American icon of business and technology

11 major changes in Mac Snow Leopard

With a US$29 upgrade price, you might say that the "minor update" to Mac OSX is actually bursting at the seams with tweaks and changes. Here are 11 of the best of them...

Experts warn of Mac security flaw

Security experts at Secunia are warning of a "highly critical" security vulnerability that affects Mac OS X.

Google works for visually impaired surfers

Google has launched a new search service for visually impaired users, called Google Accessible search.


Microsoft and its partners may not be singing the same tune if the Redmond giant goes ahead with plans to create its own-brand digital music player and services, an analyst says.

Mozilla releases Firefox 2.0 beta

The Mozilla Foundation has released the first beta 1 version of Firefox 2. It's intended for web application developers and Firefox's testing community only.

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