"Do Not Open" Stock Arriving In Apple Store's ?

There as been a rumor started today that there is new stock arriving in Apple stores around the world marked with the words “Do Not Open” . This rumor became known after it was posted […]

The 3TB Capsule Device – Backup for $499 ?

“Screw the new version of their latest products! Lets just put more memory into a safe!” Well guess what apple fans? Your wish has come true. Apple has just released a  product today in the […]

Apple Release Final Cut Pro X

Today apple annouced the release of Final Cut Pro X in to the Mac App Store. The Price of Final Cut Pro X stands at ?179.99 with Motion costing ?29.99 and also Compressor […]

Paypal Login Down ?

I have just tried to login  to paypal.co.uk and paypal.com and the message i see is the image. I don’t think this is something to worry about but nothing is to confirmed and […]

iPhone 5 Coming In September ?

With WWDC well over and no iPhone 5 it has generated a lot of disappointment. Instead we got iCloud,OS X Lion and IOS 5 which still brought a lot of excitement in to […]

No MacBook Airs But Unlocked iPhones ?

This is an update to our other article on the New MacBook Air Rumours. We now believe that there is not going to be any new MacBook Airs this wednesday as Chronicwire tweet […]

BBC News App Arrives for iPad and iPhone

One of the most frustrating aspects of RSS feeds of the BBC website is the use of Excerpt only news items. This is obviously down to content protection but having the load the […]

Reeder : Google Reader for iPhone

They say variety is the spice of life and this week sees an update to Reeder a brilliant little RSS application to spice up your reading habits on iPhone or iPod Touch. Reeder, […]

faf : Nick Spence

This week’s Five Apps Friday candidate is Nick Spence. Nick is Macworld‘s online news editor, reviewer and blogger who also freelances for a number of clients. Nick takes us through his Five favourite […]

Broadersheet : News that Matters

There is no doubt the iPhone has aided my development into a slightly greedy information consumer. From Twitter to RSS I am constantly using my internet connection to keep up to date with […]

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