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Apple Inc. and five major book publishers were recently charged by the U.S. Justice Department with colluding to raise e-book prices.
A vulnerability has been discovered for Java users that could give hackers complete access to your computer.
Admit it, you’re a geek. You let loose a giggle of superiority and slide your thickly rimmed glasses from the tip of your nose up to your eyes every time you see the noob attempting his first file backup on an external hard drive. It’s all right; he’ll get it eventually.
In the hours following the announcement of Steve Jobs’ death, I was amazed by how many people quickly posted the news on Facebook, expressing their own variations on how much of a loss this was to the world.
Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to the iPod and iPhone, died Wednesday. He was 56.
As an increasing number of students enter college with their own computers, they have found a growing need for technology supplies.
“With over 350,000 apps for iPhone there’s no limit to what you can do.”
Apple announced a new version of its popular MacBook line of computers that will soon be available to students and introduced a new input/output technology developed by Intel called Thunderbolt.