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Apple Introduces New iPhones For High End, Low End Markets

The iPhone 5C comes in bright colors, and the 5S comes in black, white, and now gold.


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Apple Releases Aggregate Data On Government Snooping Requests

Apple says the feds, state, and local authorities made requests for data from about 10,000 devices or accounts.


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Google Releases Alternative for ‘Siri’ on iPhones

“Siri” is getting some serious competition. Google is out with its own personal assistant for iPhone and iPad.


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Apple’s New iPad ‘Mini’ Muscles Into Tablet Market’s Sweet Spot

There’s a lot of competition among small tablet makers. Now, you can add Apple to the mix.


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Jay Lloyd’s Getaway: The Limits of Electronic Navigation

Apple’s new mapping app had a hard time finding the Brooklyn Bridge, among other well known landmarks.


(As one customer shows off his new iPhone 5, a police officer monitors the line of customers waiting to get into the Apple store on Walnut Street.  Credit: John McDevitt)

At Center City Apple Store, Long Lines and Wide Smiles For iPhone 5

At an Apple store on Walnut Street in center city Philadelphia, those waiting in line got a number and waited for hours.


(The Apple iPhone 5, left, is slightly taller and thinner than its predecessor, the iPhone 4, right.  Photo provided)

New Apple iPhone 5 Is Smarter, Slimmer, Taller

Apple has unveiled a faster, slimmer iPhone. So, is it worth the hype?


(The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was the subject of a lawsuit by Apple.  File photo)

Apple Lawsuit Forces a Competing Tablet Computer Off The Market

A California judge ordered sales stopped, saying Samsung “does not have a right to compete unfairly by flooding the market with infringing products.”



Apple Computers Vulnerable To ‘Flashback’ Malware

Mac owners aren’t used to dealing with viruses. But that’s changing, now, with the biggest-ever threat, affecting hundreds of thousands of Apple computers.