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Aug 12, 2011
Now Apple has crushed the Galaxy Tab, what next for tablet design?If Apple has a monopoly on uniformly rounded rectangular products...what can other tablet makers do?!
Aug 10, 2011
Change of guard seen as Apple (briefly) rules Wall StreetFor a brief while on Tueday, Apple became America's most valued company, overtaking oil major Exxon Mobil. For many, it symbolises the tectonic shift that's under way in business - and society.
Jul 30, 2011
Apple has More Money than the U.S. GovernmentYes, you’ve read that right!
Jul 09, 2011
Apple "iPad HD" may be out this fallRumour mills are running full speed with reports that Apple is all set to release a new iPad model this fall.
Jun 24, 2011
Jobs 'king of Silicon Valley', but India's not buying itA new, unauthorised documentary on Apple CEO Steve Jobs offers a glimpse at the iconic figure behind the iPhone and the iPad. So why does India think so little of him?
Jun 08, 2011
Now, you can opt out of facial recognition on FacebookThe facial-recognition technology feature for uploading photos has been expanded from United States to most countries. However, security firms are expressing concern over privacy setting as the feature has been turned on by default.
Jun 06, 2011
Unravelling the iCloud mystery, peel by Apple peel...The latest on iCloud. And why LED is the New, New, New Thing in Silicon Valley.
Jun 02, 2011
Silicon Valley round-up: Google's Schmidt 'screwed up'; plus iCloud, Twitter, ZyngaGoogle, Twitter, Facebook, Zynga announce a slew of new products and features. Meanwhile, one Silicon Valley scholar cautions against the helter-skelter trade in social media shares on the private market.
May 31, 2011
WWDC 2011: Predictions of What's to ComeWWDC is like the Mecca for Apple devs, and thousands make an annual pilgrimage because there’s always a huge announcement on the cards.
Apr 21, 2011
Apple beats Street forecasts, revenue soars 83%Apple Inc posted results that blew past Wall Street expectations, fueled by solid demand for its products.