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Apple to ship new iPhone in September: sources

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Apple’s next-generation iPhone will have a faster processor and will begin shipping in September, three people with direct knowledge of the company’s supply chain said. The production of the new iPhone will start in July/August and the smartphone will look largely similar to the iPhone 4, one…

Obama admin. proposes wiretapping media pirates

In today’s media saturated age, savvy consumers have grown mindful of what’s on. But soon, you’ll also need to be sure of where that video came from too — or Uncle Sam might decide to listen in on your phone conversations. That’s no joke: it’s actually just one in a…

McCain claims iPad, iPhone are made in US

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) believes Americans should buy products made in the US, but he seems a bit confused about what those products might be. In an interview with ABC’s Christiane Amanpour Sunday, the senior senator from Arizona incorrectly declared that Apple’s iconic iPhone and iPad products were made in…

Raw video from the Wisconsin protests: Two protesters who will refuse to leave Capitol

Firedoglake took video from an iPhone on the ground in Madison, Wisconsin of two protesters who will refuse to leave the state capitol after police make an effort to clear the building. The state capitol officially closed at 4pm PT / 5pm ET but police have yet to make arrests.…

iPhone users experience first glitch of 2011

Many iPhone customers had some explaining to do after they overslept to start the new year, due to a glitch in the gadget’s alarm clock feature. Users who set their iPhone alarm for a single wake-up rather than recurring use found the alarm didn’t go off with the year’s arrival,…

Apple attacks WikiLeaks, yanks iPhone app from app store

Update: Raw Story confirms that the WikiLeaks app is still available on the Android Marketplace Only a few days after its release, the unofficial WikiLeaks iPhone application has been removed from Apple’s App Store. For $1.99, the app offered access to documents on the WikiLeaks website and the @wikileaks twitter…

Student faces three years in prison for modifying Xbox 360

UPDATE: Judge suspends Xbox modder’s trial, admonishes prosecution A California man on trial for modifying Xbox 360 consoles may not see a jail cell after all, now that a judge has suspended the trial and admonished the prosecution on numerous points. “I really don’t understand what we’re doing here,” U.S.…

Apple unveils social network, new iPod and TV tool

Apple has launched a music-centered social network at iTunes and unveiled slick new iPod and Apple TV gadgets that promised to win the iconic company more devotees. Ping was built into iTunes 10 software made available as a free download at itunes.com. “It is sort of like Facebook and Twitter…

French watchdog warns of iPhone hacker glitch

PARIS — French authorities and experts warned Thursday hackers could gain control of iPhones and other gadgets made by US tech giant Apple through the Internet, plundering users’ data and tapping their calls. “Two vulnerabilities have been discovered” in Apple’s operating system for the iPhone, iPad tablet computer and iPod…

‘Jailbreaking’ iPhone apps is now legal‎

New government copyright rules would allow iPhone owners to download third-party apps; “The Government Just Liberated Your iPhone“: Gawker Owners of the iPhone will be able to legally break electronic locks on their devices in order to download software applications that haven’t been approved by Apple Inc., according to new…

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