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Fri, 12 Jun 2009

Half of iPhone users to wait out O2 contract

Lexton Snol PC Advisor

Apple iPhone users will wait till their existing contract runs out rather than pay up the remainder to grab the new iPhone 3G S at launch a Macworld online survey reveals.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

Safari 4 tops 11 million downloads in first three days

Peter Cohen Macworld.com

Apple reports “the world’s fastest” Safari 4, the new version of its Web browser for Mac OS X and Windows, has been downloaded more than 11 million times in the first three days of its release.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

UK E-Crime unit busts online iTunes, Amazon music scam

Siobhan Chapman Computerworld UK

London's Metropolitan e-Crime Unit has cracked a gang who allegedly made thousands of pounds downloading its own records from iTunes and Amazon.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

MacBook Pros can boot using SD card slot

Aulia Masna Macworld.com

HardMac has discovered a newly-published Apple Knowledge Base article which noted that the new MacBook Pros can boot off Secure Digital cards.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

Microsoft trying to set own antitrust remedy, says Opera CEO

Paul Meller

Microsoft's plan to strip IE out of Windows 7 in Europe is designed to force the European Commission's hand as it devises an antitrust remedy, says Opera CEO.



Fri, 12 Jun 2009

BBC looking at iPhone 3.0 update for future iPlayer development

Nick Spence

A BBC Twitter feed has revealed the corporation are looking at implementing new features found in Apple's iPhone 3.0 Software Update for future iPlayer updates.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

Sir Tim Berners-Lee to help government open data to public

Siobhan Chapman Computerworld UK

Berners-Lee will lead a review on how the Government can best use the internet to open up access to official information.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

Psystar owes Apple $75,000, debt details unknown

Gregg Keizer Computerworld

Mac clone maker claims it bought Leopard direct from Apple; if so, it hasn't paid for 581 copies


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

Microsoft to launch free Morro antivirus 'soon'

Oliver Garnham PC Advisor

A little late, Microsoft is getting ready to offer Windows users a free antivirus product, with the code name Morro.


Fri, 12 Jun 2009

BBH, DDB and Mother among winners at 2009 D&AD Awards

Digital Arts staff Digital Arts Magazine

The D&AD announced its annual winners Thursday night, awarding four Black Pencils.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Analyst: Next-gen Intel Atom chips should enable cheaper, thinner netbooks

Eric Lai Computerworld

The next generation of Intel 's Atom family of processors will eschew a faster CPU in favour of an architectural overhaul claims an analyst.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Denon launches new AH-C710 high-end earphones

Nick Spence

Denon has launched the AH-C710, described as a stylish, high performance new earphone model.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Apple acknowledges security threats with Snow Leopard release says Intego

Macworld staff

Intego, believes Apple has publicly recognised the virus and malware threats with the planned launch of Snow Leopard, Apple's new operating system.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Meru intros first wireless LAN management app for iPhone, iPod touch

Nick Spence

Meru, has introduced the snappily named E(z)RF OnTheGo application for specifically designed for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

T-Mobile Netherlands spills the beans on iPhone 3G S specs

Aayush Arya Macworld.com

T-Mobile Netherlands confirms that the iPhone is indeed powered by a 600MHz processor compared to the 412MHz processor of the iPhone 3G.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

French government three strikes then out pirate plans ruled unconstitutional

Peter Sayer

A French government plan to disconnect without trial surfers accused of copyright infringement has been ruled unconstitutional


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Microsoft rivals advise EC on an antitrust remedy

Paul Meller

Europe's top antitrust regulator, prepares to slap Microsoft with another humiliating antitrust ruling, expected later this year.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

‘Mobile Application Showcase’ planned for Macworld Expo 2010

Peter Cohen Macworld.com

IDG World Expo has announced Macworld Conference & Expo 2010 will feature a “Mobile Application Showcase.”


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Apple Chinese iPhone deal shows more hints of progress

Owen Fletcher

Hints of progress toward an iPhone deal in China came as the country approved its frequency range and Apple advertised an 'iPhone training' job in Beijing.


Thu, 11 Jun 2009

Former Apple exec takes the helm at Palm

Nancy Gohring

Jon Rubinstein will become chairman and CEO of Palm, and Ed Colligan will leave the comp


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