Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been named as the second most influential IT personality of the last 25-years.
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Apple developers continue to hustle Leopard compatibility updates out the door.
Apple's iPod classic may be no more than a stop-gap device, according to analysts at iSuppli.
The Chinese government worked last year to suppress a news story that exposed poor working conditions in Foxconn's iPod factory, an investigation has revealed.
Belkin has introduced a device that lets you share multiple printers, hard drives and other peripherals wirelessly.
Apple seems set to substantially surpass its own revenue estimates for the current financial quarter an analyst said on Monday, pointing to strong Mac, iPod and iPhone sales.
Apple has shipped iTunes 7.4 for Mac and Windows systems.
Apple has introduced the iPod classic, featuring either 80GB or an incredible 160GB of storage.
Samsung has introduced a 160GB-capacity 1.8in hard drive that could be used in portable devices, including iPods.
The UK House of Lords Science and Technology Committee is urging that the Government act to protect individual internet users against online crime.
The body tasked with maintaining the Bluetooth standard has agreed its new iteration, Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR (Enhanced Data Rate).
Filemaker has announced the immediate availability of Filemaker Pro 9, an all-new version of its database software for Windows and Mac OS.
Apple could grab as much as 10 percent of the US smartphone market by the end of the year, according to the analysts at Strategy Analytics.
Xtralean Software has announced ImageWell 3.2, introducing support for Flickr, Smugmug and Imageshack within its free image editing application.
Mozilla and eBay have introduced the final version of the Firefox Companion for eBay following extensive public testing.
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