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Apple toys around with a new way to check the status of your online orders, a U.S. senator wants the DOJ to stop playing into Amazon's hands, and AT&T avoids tapping into the FaceTime-pricing game--for now.
According to Apple’s documentation, the update fixes a problem with “increased CPU power consumption” and it also “improves compatibility with some USB devices.”
A decade after its debut, we remember what made this flexible Mac special.
EPEAT has launched a review of ultra-thin and light laptops carrying its environmental ratings after Apple withdrew from and rejoined the organization last week.
AT&T may add an uncool fee for iPhone users; Apple may relent and make certain hot iOS 6 features work with the iPhone 3GS; and a couple of former Apple execs have warmed up to new companies.
Slowly but surely, Retina-enabled apps for the new MacBook Pro are starting to hit the market, and that trickle will grow into a flood as we head into fall. Here's what two dozen developers told us about their plans.
Apple's shined up the MacBook Pro's environmental rating, one rumor site is putting its shiny dollar down on a Mountain Lion release date, and the shine is off Siri for one tech writer.
Apple's new category on the App Store should scare McDonald's and Starbucks, Microsoft is running scared from Apple's vision of the future, and Samsung's trying to scare off jurors.
Apple's Retina MacBook Pro is now shipping faster to online customers, according to the company's e-stores in several countries.
Reversing course on an earlier decision, Apple senior vice president Bob Mansfield has announced the company is returning its products to the EPEAT registry for green electronics.
CNet chronicles Netflix's near-death experience, The Daily may be on death's door, and one notable individual things many patents should die off.
The Wi-Fi Direct standard may get a much-needed boost next year from work by the Wi-Fi Alliance to make it easier to use for both consumers and developers.
Apple has pulled its products from the government-backed EPEAT registry of environmentally friendly electronic devices. Dan Moren's here to explain what it all means.