1. Blogs
    Apple’s neat trick: why the iPhone 5c will outsell the 5s

    In January 2004, slightly more than two years after introducing the original iPod, Apple announced the iPod mini. The single product had become a...

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    What the first 64-bit iPhone chip means for you (hint: not much right now)

    Apple fans have been craving some innovation for a while and the company seemed to deliver it on Tuesday with the new A7 chip in the iPhone 5S, the...

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    Hands-on with the iPhone 5s

    Though the iPhone 5s won’t be available in stores until 20 September, we were able to use some demo models for a little while on Tuesday after...

  4. Blogs
    Hands-on with the iPhone 5c

    At first blush, the iPhone 5c looks a bit like the iPhone 5 had a baby with the plastic-backed iPhone 3GS. It’s the size and shape of the iPhone...

  5. Blogs
    What we already know about iOS 7

    With new iPhones rumoured to make an appearance, the imminent Apple event is likely to see a rehash of all the features coming to iOS devices new...

  6. Blogs
    Adobe debuts open source Generator in new Photoshop update

    It’s not easy being a web designer or developer these days. Never mind the CSS, JavaScript and HTML5 coding – just dealing with the creation and...

  7. Blogs
    PhotoDirector 5 steps up to compete with Aperture and Lightroom

    While CyberLink aimed its PhotoDirector 5 photo management and editing app directly at the hobbyist crowd, it also decided to add features that...

  8. Blogs
    Have we reached gadget fatigue?

    We’ve just seen Samsung take the wraps off its Galaxy Gear Smartwatch. Next week, Apple will showcase new iPhone‘s version of FaceTime....

  9. Blogs
    Why high-resolution audio is an industry pipe-dream

    In the US, the Consumer Electronics Association – the group that puts on the annual International CES – along with music labels and manufacturers...

  10. Blogs
    iBooks Author support for the iPhone should be on Apple’s to-do list

    For all we’ve heard about iOS 7 in the lead-up to next week’s iPhone event, one Apple avenue has been eerily silent: iBooks and the iBooks Store...

  11. Blogs
    iPads, iTunes and more: what Apple will and won’t unveil at its 10 September event

    The rumours were true: Apple really is hosting another of its flagship events on 10 September and all signs point to its using the occasion to unveil...

  12. Blogs
    Apple needs a handle on App Store paid-upgrade problem

    In late August, The Omni Group, makers of many popular Mac productivity apps and a fixture of the Apple scene from the early days of OS X, announced...

  13. Blogs
    The latest from the Apple rumour mill

    Wait! Whaaaat? Always have to be different, don’t you Mashable? While Apple watchers around the globe have spent the week speculating on what...

  14. Blogs
    What does Microsoft’s Nokia move mean to Apple?

    What does Microsoft’s Nokia move mean to Apple? Not a thing. By buying Nokia’s smartphone units for US$7.2 billion, Microsoft is starting...

  15. Blogs
    How Apple is improving mobile app security

    In a much publicised recent case, scientists at Georgia Tech managed to get a specially crafted app that could perform all sorts of malicious activities...

  16. Blogs
    How Isaac Asimov correctly predicted 2014 tech in 1964

    Isaac Asimov was a pretty cool guy. He’s famous for his science fiction (I, Robot, the Foundation series), but he wrote or edited more than 500...

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    Remembering the Newton MessagePad, 20 years later

    Twenty years ago, Apple released its first experiment in tablet computing, the Apple Newton MessagePad. While it proved to be a financial disappointment...

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