1. Blogs
    Apple’s new Mac Pro signals commitment to professional computing

    Apple is sending a signal that it hasn’t abandoned the professional computing market with the latest Mac Pro, which will ship next month. But the...

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    Mavericks Dictation versus Dragon Dictate: how OS X’s built-in tool measures up

    One of the features in OS X Mavericks that I was most looking forward to was offline dictation. Back in OS X Mountain Lion, Apple added the systemwide...

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    Hands On with BIAS

    At my live gigs I’m really happy with JamUp Pro, an ingenious and versatile iOS guitar modelling tool from the folks at Positive Grid. Recently...

  4. Blogs
    Apple still making it hard to think differently

    Apple, which has famously fashioned itself as the friend of rebels and freethinkers everywhere, has once again shown itself willing to take the side...

  5. Blogs
    Travel tips: what you can’t leave behind

    Whether you travel all the time or just for holidays, you know what an ordeal it can be to make sure that you have all the tech gadgets – and their...

  6. Blogs
    You can’t patent sexy: the Apple-Samsung trial told in tweets

    Over the last week or so, eight jurors, one judge and a handful of reporters in a California courtroom have listened to a couple of dozen lawyers...

  7. Blogs
    The Rumour Mill

    The Rumour Mill Meister is feeling a little curmudgeonly this week. Blame it on the full moon. Blame it on the geopolitical landscape. Blame it on...

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    When trust in Apple wavers

    When it comes to Apple, I’m a pretty trusting guy. I trust that Apple will protect my data the best that it can. I trust that Apple will continue...

  9. Blogs
    Why holding on to your first-gen iPad isn’t such a bad idea

    In the life of every device, there’s a moment when you start to wonder whether it’s still useful. Everything becomes old, and obsolescence...

  10. Blogs
    State of play: analysing iPad sales

    There’s little doubt that the iPad has revolutionised the PC industry, ushering us into a ‘post-PC’ era. But while sales of Apple’s...

  11. Blogs
    Best practices for safely moving data in and out of the cloud

    As many people will know, US-based cloud provider Nirvanix recently fell apart, declaring bankruptcy and leaving its customers in the lurch. Nirvanix...

  12. Blogs
    Rumour Mill

    Boy, I got a vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals Howdy Rumour Wranglers! Ready for some rich, ripe scuttlebutt? Well, saddle up and let’s...

  13. Blogs
    What your company needs to know about Apple’s updated app-licensing scheme

    Last week, Apple unveiled the details of its new app licensing program that it announced earlier this year alongside iOS 7 and Mavericks. The new...

  14. Blogs
    Apple and game development – Sprite Kit, GLKit and Scene Kit

    Buried in the avalanche of publicity surrounding the release of iOS 7 was the introduction of a new framework, called Sprite Kit, designed to help...

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    Maps in Mavericks does actually make sense

    When Apple released Mavericks, some people were puzzled by the inclusion of the Maps application. After all, it’s easy to understand the value...

  16. Blogs
    How Apple is throwing down the gauntlet to Microsoft

    Tucked in among Apple’s several hardware debuts last month was the announcement that the company would stop charging for its OS X and iWork...

  17. Blogs
    Bit by bit, putting it together: how Siri gets its voice

    In early October, CNN revealed that veteran voice actor Susan Bennett was the voice behind Siri until Apple changed it in iOS 7. Her utterances, she...

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