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Apple had another record quarter but shares dropped. But according to our in-house Apple anlylist, K. Stewart, there's much more to come from this image-concious giant

Sony's PS Vita TV to crush Apple's hobby?

Published in Technology

While PlayStation 4 is the headline act for November launch here and in America, Sony's home territory will be first with a very different gaming/multi-media device. Priced 9,954 yen with tax (about $100 USD or £64), PS Vita TV will arrive on November 14 and at a raw technology level simply crushes Apple's hardware. K. Stewart reports for RedShark

We think the next iPad will have glasses-free 3D

Published in Technology

Can this really be true? A 3D iPad? Coming next year? We think so.

New iPhone 5S is 56 x faster than the original iPhone

Published in Technology

New iPhone 5S - just announced - is 56 times faster than the original iPhone

The Foundry has revealed to the Apple-watching site Apple Insider that it tested its MARI software on the new Mac Pro, running it on hidden hardware, but able to experience the raw power of this new and radically changed Mac professional paltform

Apple Releases FCP X 10.0.6

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Apple has released FCP X 10.0.6, perhaps the most far reaching of all updates since the released of FCP X in June, 2011.

Apple’s WWDC 2013: "Can’t Innovate anymore, my ass!" Our Apple correspondent, K Stewart, reports that Apple is turning again to its core "professional" following, who have felt neglected recently

Is the new Mac Pro the machine all the professionals have been waiting for - or is it beautifully designed but half-baked attempt to win back users who need an expandable, flexible workstation? RedShark contributor Miguel Ferros investigages

We're not big on analysing Apple here. Apple is what it is and there are hundreds of sites that make a very good living from scrutinising the Cuppertino company. We don't do in-depth analysis of the mobile phone industry either, unless it's something to do with video. But this piece is about Apple, and even more about Samsung

Thunderbolt: Ready for the mass market at last

Published in Technology

Debuting early in 2011, the dual protocol Thunderbolt standard promised dramatically improved transfer performance between peripheral devices and even the ability to daisy chain up to six devices form one port. So why, two years later, is it still considered a marginal technology? Andy Stout reports

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