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Depends on Bard's Tale IV sales, though.
While companies offer MagSafe's return.
Hold on to your iDevice, Jake takes a deep dive into some of the finest games the app store has to offer.
The modem, though, not the CPU.
Gets more like Android every day(!)
Claims a 'small percentage' affected.
Skycure finds SSL certificate flaw.
iPhone-powered video headset detailed.
Scalextric enters the digital age with a new interface for mobile race control.
Apple has named Ridiculous Fishing and Badland as iPhone and iPad games of the year.
Outgoing CEO admits to missing the boat.
Apple has sent out the invites for the launch of its latest iPhone. Colourful is the theme.
New flat design includes a redesign for all built-in apps.
Company taking more of its SoC tech in-house.
Ubisoft is suing the Black Eyed Peas for breach of contract over an iOS port of the hip hop group's dance game.
Intel is warning partners to prepare for incoming high-resolution laptops and PCs in 2013.
Valve founder Gabe Newell reckons Apple will move to redefine the games console market.
Apple has announced a brand new iPhone model, the iPhone 4S.
Huge drops in feature phone sales are matched by large gains in smartphone sales, helped by Android.
Virgin Media is in talks with London councils about offering a free 0.5Mb/sec network.
Adobe has launched a preview of an HTML5-based alternative to Flash.
Dutch mobile operators banned from charging for internet-based communications services.
Apple plans smaller SIMs to enable slimmer handsets in the future.
Version 4.3.3 of iOS fixes issues surrounding the logging of location data on iPhones and iPods.
Apple claims Samsung 'slavishly' ripped of the look and feel of its best selling products.
Cisco announces that the Flip range of camcorders is to be canned.
It's the apps that keep coming people back to Apple products, says research company.
Multiple sources confirm iPad 2 launch date, despite rumoured production problems.
Get a copy of Custom PC from anywhere in the world, and for less money too.
Mojang Productions has confirmed that it is making a version of Minecraft for iPhones and iPads.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has criticised pricing practices for mobile games.