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Shellshock computer virus detected

A serious computer bug that could affect hundreds of millions of computers, servers and devices has been discovered. The main devices at risk are those that run Linux systems and Apple's Mac operating system.

Op-Ed: Apple rushes new products to market too fast

Apple’s decision to finally match Samsung and others by producing mobile phones big enough to be easily used was off to a fast start, almost warp speed.

Op-Ed: Apple rushes new products to market too fast

Apple’s decision to finally match Samsung and others by producing mobile phones big enough to be easily used was off to a fast start, almost warp speed.

Apple fans' tight pants are bending the iPhone 6 Plus

Apple's larger screen for the iPhone 6 models has come at the cost of rigidity, according to reports of users who have purchased the new flagship device and are noting the phone has bent while being carried in pant pockets.

iPhone users are freaking out after Apple removed 'Camera Roll' and made it harder to delete photos

Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 8, offers some exciting new features. There's third-party keyboards, new health apps, and a better messaging app.

Op-Ed: Has Apple missed an opportunity with eBooks?

Apple revealed their new models of the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch in Cupertino this Tuesday in Cupertino, cementing its position in the smartphone market. But it seems to have missed a trick when it comes to eBooks.

Op-Ed: If Apple Watch fails, iPhone 6 will save Tim Cook's butt

Right or wrong, fair or not, Tim Cook hasn't been able to escape Steve Jobs's shadow. If the Apple Watch flops, the media and investors will ridicule him, but his company will keep on ticking same as it ever was.

Op-Ed: How disruptive are Apple's announcements?

Not at all. The reality is that the devices Apple announced on Tuesday were either improvements to their own existing devices or ones that entered into an existing market new to Apple.

Apple Watch marks company's first dive into wearable tech

Apple unveiled its new Watch product, its first foray into wearable technology. The Watch lets you access a variety of apps via its sapphire glass screen. With the Apple Watch, you can play music, reply to texts and control your computer or iPhone.

What you need to know about the iPhone 6

Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed a completely redesigned iPhone this morning. The iPhone 6 sports larger screens than its predecessor, reaching a maximum 5.5 inches for the iPhone 6 Plus. The new A8 processor is reportedly 25 percent faster than the A7.

It's so easy for hackers to get into your Apple iCloud account

iCloud hackers have known for years of an easy way to identify the email address behind an iCloud account. Finding an email address may not sound particularly valuable.

Here's how upgrading to iOS 8 could mess up some of your apps

Apple will soon release iOS 8, and if you have a relatively new iPhone or iPad, you'll be able to upgrade to it. By all accounts, it sounds like people will love it.

With Rockbot investment, Universal adds another partnership

With its recent investment in social jukebox company Rockbot, Universal Music Group is continuing a trend of teaming with start-ups in the fledgling streaming music sector.

Apple: Toxic chemicals banned in Chinese production lines

Apple has banned two potentially toxic chemicals — benzene and n-hexane — from its production facilities in China. The development results from months of public pressure applied by China Labor Watch and Green America.

Apple's iWatch set for November 14th release, says report

On Wednesday, a new report generated substantial buzz across the tech blogosphere with regard to one of the most eagerly anticipated new tech gadgets of the year — Apple's long-rumored iWatch.

Apple iOS operating system found most immune to spyware attacks

Bad news for Blackberry especially after the latest report from a test conducted by a surveillance software and hardware vendor detailing security vulnerabilities in Blackberry, Android, and not iOS smartphones.

Apple CEO unhappy with company's diversity report

Cupertino - Apple's CEO is unhappy about the results of an internal diversity report showing that the vast majority of the company's employees are male, white or Asian.

LifeCHARGE equips wireless charging to iPhone 5/5S Battery Case

Wireless charging and battery packs often come at the expense of one another. For example, having a battery pack integrated in your smartphone's case, wireless charging capabilities will be non-existent.

Super-slim iPhone 6 to launch early September

As is always the case, as soon as consumers fall accustomed to their devices, an itch begins for when the next-gen smartphone will appear. iPhone aficionados have not long to wait, with a possible release date forthcoming for the iPhone 6.

Apple most likely working on wireless charging for peripherals

Wireless charging hasn't taken off with tremendous popularity. Well, not yet anyways, but the race to go wireless will be on very soon.

Fallout from Apple’s Beats acquisition shakes industry

When Apple completed its $3 billion acquisition of headphone and streaming audio company Beats on Friday, August 1, the reverberations for both companies --— and the music industry as a whole — were felt far and wide.

Apple's 2014 MacBook Pro line gets specifications updates

Leaked images supposedly coming out of an Apple store in China shows updates for specifications and prices for the 13-inch and 15-inch models of Apple's MacBook Pro lineup.

Apple is gearing up for iPhone 6 and here's what you need to know

Rumor has it that the next generation iPhone 6 will debut in September. While the actual date is unknown, image and feature leaks having been popping up online.

Apple cited in class-action lawsuit over wages

As you can see from the embedded PDF, employees in California, notably the Apple "Geniuses," are seeking back pay and damages for incidents such as Apple denying their workers rest periods.

Source: Apple 'iWatch' coming in October

An industry source claims the Taiwanese company that will manufacture Apple's first smartwatch will begin mass production next month, with a commercial launch coming as soon as this October.

Apple TV gets 20% price cut in UK & Europe

After launching a new entry-level cheaper iMac earlier today, Apple has slashed the price of their media-streaming Apple TV set-top box in the UK and Europe. US pricing has not changed.

Apple replaces overheating phone chargers

Tech giant Apple has said that it will replace a series of "overheating" device chargers throughout Europe. The issue relates to a USB iPhone charger sold between October 2009 and September 2012.

Op-Ed: The 3 most overrated headphone brands

When Apple announced its $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, Wall Street watchers and tech analysts reacted with enthusiasm for the company's foray into the headphones industry and the augmentation of its streaming music endeavors.

Apple announces iOS 8

Apple unveiled the new features of iOS 8, an update to its operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Monday at the Worldwide Developers conference.

Fed. judge says Apple conspired a plan to raise prices on e-books

{image(152912,center,medium)} A U.S. federal district judge said on Wednesday that Apple violated anti-trust laws by working with major publishing companies to raise prices cut competition on e-books.
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Apple "Geniuses" have long been the company's flagship support. Many of them have now banded together to launch a class action against the company.
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