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According to the internet, Apple has to everything everyone else has ever done, plus make real everything science fiction has ever imagined, or WWDC 2013 will be a disappointment, and Apple will again and forever be doomed.
If you own a Mac running OS X Mountain Lion and either a second or third generation Apple TV, you have the ability to display content from your Mac on your TV wirelessly with AirPlay Mirroring.
Apple has $102 billion in cash overseas. It wants to bring that money back to the U.S.
It's been said time and time again that the camera on the iPhone is an excellent camera.
If you're shopping for a new 13-inch laptop, you may have noticed that Apple's product line in that category is a bit more crowded than in other spots.
Leading UK consumer campaigner, Which?, has conducted a survey into customer satisfaction across UK high-street retail stores.
Periodically, albums become available for live streaming on iTunes prior to their official release date.
The U.S. Department of Defense has approved the use of iOS 6 devices, which may help Apple to build some strength in a market still dominated by BlackBerry devices.
The big talk of the week has definitely been cross-platform messaging. First up at BlackBerry Live, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins dropped the huge news that their signature messaging platform, BBM, would be going cross-platform this summer and coming to iOS as well as Android.