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    Apple’s newest Australian store opens its doors

    Apple’s latest Australian retail outlet opens this week. The store, located in the 10-storey sandstone MacArthur Chambers building in Brisbane’s...

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    Appeals court lets class-action status stand in Silicon Valley collusion case

    A US appeals court has cleared the way for thousands of Silicon Valley workers to proceed as a group with a lawsuit alleging that technology companies...

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    Box overhauls iOS apps and offers 50GB of free storage for life

    Box rolled out new and improved apps for iPhone and iPad on Wednesday. Users probably have enough incentive to download the newest Box apps just to...

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    Apple, FTC settle over in-app purchases by minors

    Parents whose kids have racked up accidental in-app purchase charges now have recourse from the US Government, thanks to a settlement between Apple...

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    Apple CEO Tim Cook boasts of record iPhone sales in China

    Apple CEO Tim Cook’s claim today that the company broke iPhone sales records in China during 2013′s fourth quarter meant that the firm...

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    Mac Pro modder talks trash

    After all the cracks likening the new Mac Pro to a rubbish bin, it had to happen. Yes, someone has done just that. Made an apparently working Mac...

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    China Mobile receives 1.4 million iPhone 5s units ahead of Friday’s launch

    After playing push-me-pull-you for much of last year, in December Apple finally struck its long rumoured deal with China’s premier carrier,...

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    Steve Wozniak visits Xiaomi in China, endorses its products

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has thrown his support behind China’s top smartphone maker, Xiaomi, and said the company’s products could succeed...

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    Twitter helps brands home in on who you are to sell you more stuff

    If you’ve ever handed over your email at your favourite store or signed up for a retailer’s rewards card, don’t be surprised if...

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    Appeals court strikes down FCC’s net neutrality rules

    Net neutrality in the US is no more. On Tuesday, a Washington appeals court ruled that the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s)...

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    Mobile usage soars, recording a 115 percent rise in 2013

    If your perception is that every single person is now on a smartphone pretty much 100 percent of the time and the only reason that people aren’t...

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    Apple thefts up in the Big Apple

    It has been well-documented that crime statistics in New York city decreased significantly during the 1990s. The reasons for this are manifold, but...

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    Google buys Nest, world gets one step closer to ‘OK Glass, make my house warmer’

    Google already pretty much owns the internet, and now it’s coming for the Internet of Things. The search giant on Monday announced it was acquiring...

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    Facebook focuses on conversation quality with Branch buy

    If one of your crazy relatives has ever posted an epic political rant on Facebook, you know that conversations on the social networking site can quickly...

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    Researchers release big discrepancies in Mac sales estimates for Q4

    Apple sold 2.2 million Macs in the US in 2013′s final quarter, a 29 percent increase over the year before. Or it sold just 1.6 million, representing...

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    Apple cleared by appeals court of using Motorola patents

    Apple hasn’t infringed on a disputed Motorola patent in its iPhone, an appeals court said on Saturday. The ruling is a blow to Motorola, which...

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    Google broadens integration between Gmail and Plus with email auto-suggest

    Google has deepened the integration between its Plus social network and Gmail, adding a feature that auto-suggests Plus contacts when Gmail users...

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