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Children Find Raunchy Photos Of Teacher On iPad, Get Suspended

Posted on 19/10/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill

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Why is it that when it comes to sexual stuff, it’s almost always the teacher, and not the student, that’s responsible. Two children from Highland Middle School in Anderson, Indiana got suspended after accidentally discovering dirty pics of their teacher on her iPad.

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iOS Hacker Comex and Apple Part Ways

Posted on 19/10/2012 by Chris Hauk

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Well-known hacker Comex today tweeted that his internship with Apple has ended. Apparently you REALLY should reply to emails at Apple!

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Gog.com Offers Mac Users Chance To Catch Up With PC Classics

Posted on 19/10/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill

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From about 2000-2003, it’s fair to say that Apple missed out on most if not all major game releases for PC. Back then, the Mac had a tiny market share, and for game developers, it wasn’t worthwhile. How to catch up on what we missed (if you used a Mac between those years)? Gog.com has the answer.

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iMac Shipping Times from Apple Online Slip Across Europe

Posted on 19/10/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill

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There have been strong rumors about new iMacs appearing at the October 23 event, and we’ve seen no better confirmation of that so far than shipping times from Apple slipping across Europe.

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The Evolution of Apple Ads From 1975-2002 (Gallery)

Posted on 19/10/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Along their journey, Apple has created some of the most iconic advertisements the marketing world has seen. Retronaut has assembled an impressive collection of 75 print ads spanning from 1975-2002. They’re definitely worth a look!

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Researchers Find Way to Diagnose Ear Infections With an iPhone

Posted on 19/10/2012 by Chris Hauk

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If your child gets an ear infection, that all but guarantees a visit to the doctor is in your near future. But now, thanks to new technology developed by researchers at Emory University, you may be able to avoid that trip.

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Sprint Grabs Control of Clearwire Without an Acquisition

Posted on 18/10/2012 by Chris Hauk

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Reports said that Sprint was looking to buy a controlling stake in Clearwire without an acquisition. Looks like they pulled it off, as the company has bought out one of Clearwire’s other shareholders to bump its 48% share up to a 50.8% controlling stake.

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Apple Has Re-Enabled iOS User Tracking in iOS 6, Here’s How to Disable It

Posted on 18/10/2012 by Chris Hauk

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It looks like user tracking is back. Although Apple stopped using the universal device identifier, or UDID, after privacy experts protested, with the introduction of iOS 6, they have a new tracking technology: IDFA, or identifier for advertisers. The good news is, you can disable the IDFA from within the iOS 6 Settings.

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