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Remains of the Day: Chasing the clouds away

The forecast for the next version of iTunes is cloudy; Apple's got stormy seas ahead in court; and Nokia and Microsoft could really use a ray of sunshine about now.

Remains of the Day: Mongering rumors

It's time once again to return to the wonderful world of iPhone rumors. Will it have a faster processor? Will it come out in October? Will it come in mauve? Meanwhile, Universal makes its movies more...well, universal.

Former Intel CFO Bryant to become chairman next month

Intel's former chief financial officer and current director Andy Bryant will take over as the company's board chairman next month after the retirement of current chairman Jane Shaw.

Remains of the Day: Roll out

Apple CEO Tim Cook schmoozes up top Chinese officials, while here at home Apple acolytes are taking over. Plus, Steve Jobs's original thoughts on Siri.

Analyst: Apple to be top mobile processor company

Apple is an iconic consumer electronics company with a string of massively successful products, but it could also become the world's largest mobile processor...

Weekly Wrap: New iPad and Apple TV, new iOS apps, and a whole lot more

We thought this would be the week Apple unveiled the iPad 3. Oh, how wrong we were. Even though there's still no iPad 3, there is a new iPad -- and a new Apple TV, and a new iLife app for iOS. Catch up on those announcements and other great Macworld stories from the past week with yet another edition of the Weekly Wrap.

Apple's new A5X chip may be for iPad only, analysts say

Apple delivered a performance breakthrough Wednesday with its new A5X processor for the iPad, but it's possible that this chip won't make its way into the next iPhone.

Remains of the Day: No surprises

It's an unsurprising round-up today, with an Apple partner that won't say "boo," a win for everybody's favorite company, and graphics looking better on a higher resolution displays.

Intel lays out strategic mobile roadmap

Intel wants to own the mobile processor space, and on Tuesday laid out its vision for how it will get there.

Remains of the Day: Frenemy fire

Samsung tries to recast its tablet as forbidden fruit, Siri goes abroad and learns some new tricks here at home, and Walter Isaacson is going to milk his cash cow until the, uh, cows come home. And stare at him accusatorily.