1. News
    Coming in 2014: MacBooks as fast as data centre servers

    Solid-state drives (SSDs) will undergo a major change next year: the predominant interface will begin moving from SATA III to PCIe Generation 2.0...

  2. News
    iTunes release gives Beyoncé the last laugh

    Sometimes playing your cards close to your chest and then taking people by surprise can really, really work out for you. Late last week (13 December...

  3. News
    iPhone, iPad are the devices of choice in small- and mid-sized firms

    Apple has won the hearts and minds of small- and mid-sized businesses in the US, which have overwhelmingly adopted Cupertino’s mobile devices...

  4. News
    Cybercriminals clone pirate versions of top iOS and Android apps

    Cybercriminals are using third-party app sites to peddle reverse-engineered or ‘pirate’ versions of almost all the most popular paid apps...

  5. News
    iPhone factory in China under-reporting long working hours, labour group claims

    An iPhone factory in China that’s been the site of several worker deaths in recent months has been under-reporting the long hours employees...

  6. News 2
    Apple releases OS X 10.9.1 with Mail fixes

    If ‘solutions for a buggy Mail app’ was on your holiday wish list, Apple has delivered: the company released an update to OS X Mavericks...

  7. News
    iPads and other tablets could replace NHS written patient monitoring charts

    Handwritten medical observation charts could become a thing of the past in UK hospitals with the development of an iPad-based patient monitoring system....

  8. News
    Surprise Beyonce album, Beatles bootleg tracks help iTunes keep streaming at bay

    The focus of the music world seems to have turned of late to streaming services, but music downloading still has a few muscles to flex. On Friday...

  9. News
    Apple supplier Foxconn still struggles to limit working hours, labour group says

    Foxconn Technology Group has come up short in trying to limit the overtime hours of its workers in China, but still made progress in improving the...

  10. News
    Fleksy brings alternative keyboard to several popular iOS apps

    San Francisco-based software developer Syntellia announced this week that its Fleksy on-screen predictive text input technology is being added to...

  11. News
    Spotify launches free on-demand listening on tablets, free playlist shuffles on phones

    Like two-thirds of Spotify‘s global users, I have willingly rented out my earholes to the Swedish company’s advertisers in return for...

  12. News
    Twitter reverses policy that would allow blocked persons to follow user

    Twitter has reversed a controversial policy change announced Thursday that would let a user block others on Twitter, but the blocked people could...

  13. News
    One in four cloud providers will be gone by 2015

    Cloud adopters face serious risk in the next two years because of the strong possibility that their provider will be acquired or forced out of business,...

  14. News
    Take that, Snapchat: Instagram Direct’s private messages stick around

    Instagram is becoming very, very skilled at watching social media trends and finding ways to tailor what’s popular to the app’s own purposes....

  15. News
    Google will no longer suppress images in Gmail messages

    Google will now display images by default in Gmail because it says it has developed a system that protects message recipients from potentially dangerous...

  16. News
    Google goes offline with Chrome Apps for Mac

    Google yesterday launched its new packaged apps, dubbed ‘Chrome Apps’, for the Mac, making good on a promise from September when it kicked...

  17. News
    iPad grabs top spot in US tablet purchase poll

    Apple’s iPad was the preferred pick of prospective tablet buyers in the US this holiday season by a huge margin, according to a market research...

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