How OS X Lion Leads to the Next Computing Revolution

Mac OS X Lion, version 10.7 of Apple's venerable operating system, has been released to developers. A summary glance at the features it brings indicates a fairly minor update. But what seem like mostly cosmetic changes actually indicate a significant new direction for OS X.…

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MacBook Pro Rumors Point to Imminent Refresh

Over the weekend the Apple rumour mill went into overdrive with talk of a MacBook Pro refresh arriving later this week. AppleInsider reported yesterday that Apple informed resellers to expect mysterious new deliveries any day now. But will the update bring the legendary Light Peak?…

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Apple’s Message to Publishers: Content Is King

This week Apple caused a storm by announcing their new iOS App Store terms and conditions for publishers. In a nutshell; long-awaited in-app subscriptions are here, and publishers are worried about their bottom lines. But maybe what they should be thinking about is content.…

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Big Rumors About Little iPhone, MobileMe Revamp

Echoing rumors from late last week, the Wall Street Journal is weighing in with a report that Apple is gearing-up to produce a smaller, cheaper iPhone and introduce a revamped MobileMe this summer. Both moves seem motivated by Apple's strong competition in the mobile market.…

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iPhone 4 Antennagate Returns, Still a Non-Story

Antennagate is back in the news thanks to the Verizon iPhone 4. The Inquirer has an article about it, decrying Apple's willful negligence with the sub-title "Can't keep a faulty design down." Let's put this faulty notion to bed, shall we?…

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The Verizon iPhone Is Coming: Are You Ready?

Finally, after years of rumours and speculation, it looks like Verizon is about to start selling Apple's iPhone. On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal boldly proclaimed "The iPhone is finally coming to Verizon Wireless." So what does that mean for AT&T, and for you?…

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Imagining a Cloud-Based Future for Mac OS X

Apple has recently been awarded a patent for "administering and maintaining a network-booted operating system." This could point to the development of a cloud-based Mac OS X. If it comes to pass, what would a cloud-based OS X actually look like and how will it work?…

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Video: A Decade of Apple Design

Who would have thought, in early 2000, that Apple would end the decade as the most valuable technology company on the planet? Join me for a visual history of Apple products throughout the decade, and marvel at the software and hardware design ingenuity that was.…

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