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38 years later, Woz still thinks about ways to improve the Apple II

With today’s tech devices becoming obsolete so quickly, it’s easy to think older models are forgotten by their creators the moment a follow-up rolls off the factory floor.<p>While this may be true in some instances, it’s apparently not the case for Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. In a recent email …

11 awesome reasons not to throw out that old Mac

Thanks to IBM partnership, AppleCare is now available for enterprise

AppleCare has started to rollout to enterprise, thanks to Cupertino’s new strategic partnership with IBM.<p>Apple has just published a new webpage profiling AppleCare for Enterprise, the company’s new enterprise-grade support service for corporate clients.<p>When you sign up for AppleCare for Enterprise, …

AppleCare

Mac App Store gets a visual makeover for Yosemite

The public release of OS X Yosemite rolled out three weeks ago, and since then Apple has been gradually bringing all of its own services in line with the look and feel of its new operating system.<p>Having previously tweaked the iTunes Store and its iWork suite, Apple is now updating the Mac App …

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CNN anchor denies using a Microsoft Surface as an iPad stand

A CNN political commentator has hit back at reports that he was using an iPad on air, instead of the Microsoft Surface he was supposed to be using.<p>The gaffe occurred during the coverage for the 2014 Mid-Term elections, when it was revealed that CNN Anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent Jake …

First malware targeted at non-jailbroken iPhones spreads in China

<i>(Updated with Apple statement below.)</i><p>A new class of malware targeted at OS X and iOS is spreading like wildfire in China, according to new research by Palo Alto Networks. Dubbed WireLurker, the trojan hides itself in apps distributed through a third-party Chinese app store for OS X and side-loads …

New iOS malware spreads through infected desktop software

iPhone users are usually considered safe from malware, but a new report from Palo Alto Networks suggests that reputation may be about to change. Palo Alto's researchers have discovered a bug called Wirelurker, which the company says may have already impacted hundreds of thousands of users. The bug …

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