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Apple's consumer products get a revamp, with faster specs all round. Think you could fancy a bite? We've got the juicy details.
iPod sales have increase six-fold in the past year, and generate a third of Apple's revenue. But Sony is fighting back.
Developers who've gotten their Intel Transition kit are impressed with the frank-n-mac's speed
The compactness of the Mac mini has found favour with car modders, who are integrating the tiny Apple into their dashboards, providing in-car iTunes, DVD, GPS and more.
Bored with your iPod's white case? ZapWizard was, so armed with his trusty Dremel, he carved a new case from solid hardwood. The end result is nothing short of stunning.
It's been a long time coming, but the much anticipated iTunes phone could see the light of day this week.
The long running dispute over the itunes.co.uk domain name rolls on, and is destined for the courts as Nominet gets served.
Apple: shove your Dell logo up your ATX exhaust fan. (Probably).
WWDC: Steveo has just announced that Apple will be switching to Intel CPUs
Whilst widely reported that a switch to Intel was possibly on the cards, most analysts have been skeptical of such a move. Could they be proven wrong?
Apple has agreed to settle several iPod battery related class-action suits - 1st to 3rd gen iPods eligible.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, apparently. Apple must feel flattered then.
Rumours abound of higher capacity Shuffles, as major manufacturers ramp up production of Flash chips
Steveo demonstrates a forthcoming version of iTunes that will store and organise Podcasts
These textile Shuffle cases are perfect for personalising your Shuffle. They come with added Marxism, too.
Even after a security update, there are still potential security issues surrounding widgetry.
Macs could come with dual-core Pentiums before the end of the year, in a hush-hush move that would see AMD and IBM ousted.
An enterprising linux geek has managed to squeeze a rechargeable battery pack into a Mac Mini.
Cupertino has released the first software update for the recently released OSX 'Tiger'.
A teenager got something of a surprise on Wednesday night when his iPod exploded after an accidental adventure in the family washing machine.
Today's roundup of the most exciting threads on our forums...
The iMac line gets a speedbump, with faster processors and graphics cards.
The folks at Ars Technica give the latest OS release the most thorough going over we've ever, ever seen. Simply incredible work.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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