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Sunday, July 22, 2018


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Nokia-Apple row to last more than a year

A battle between Apple and Nokia over patent infringement may last for more than a year.

Battle of the clouds

There is nothing the computer industry likes better than a big new idea—followed by a big fight,as different firms compete to exploit it.

Earnings blitz to test market’s mettle

US stocks could slip if earnings from Apple and Caterpillar do not live up to expectations.

Output halved,Shimla’s apple farmers still make a killing

In a year characterised by the aftershocks of economic slow down hitting almost every sector,apple orchard owners in Himachal Pradesh still have reason to smile.

Intel’s Sewell to join Apple as top lawyer

iPhone maker Apple Inc has appointed chip giant Intel’s Bruce Sewell as a Senior Vice- President.

‘I need to gain about 30 pounds,but I feel good’

After a prolonged absence from the public eye,a thin but energetic Steve Jobs reappeared on Wednesday at an Apple news…

Jobs strides back onto Apple stage

Steve Jobs stepped back into the spotlight for the first time in nearly a year.

Palm unveils Pixi phone

Palm Inc announced a lower-priced smartphone in the same family as its popular Palm Pre,although the move may be overshadowed by rival product launches by Motorola and Apple.

DNA code that makes apple flesh red ‘deciphered’

Scientists have deciphered the DNA code which makes apple flesh red,a finding they claim can lead to healthier and more colourful fruit.

‘Google Voice app alters iPhone’

IPhone maker Apple Inc told US regulators it has not approved Google Inc’s Voice application,which could challenge the wireless industry’s giants,because it interferes with the iPhone “user experience.”

Apple looking into reports of exploding iPhones

Apple is investigating media reports that one or more of the company’s iPhones have exploded in Europe,a European Commission spokeswoman said Tuesday.

iPhone vulnerable to hacker attacks,allege researchers

Security experts have uncovered flaws in Apple Inc’s iPhone that they said hackers can exploit to take control of the popular device.

Apple smashes profit forecasts,iPhone shines

The company continued to defy the global recession with a solid 13 per cent jump in fiscal third-quarter net profit.

Music To Your Ears

Sony takes the fight to Apple with a Walkman not much larger than regular earplugs. SHAWAN SEN tells the story

As simple as saving on a Time Capsule

Backup is a word we don’t like,mainly because of the fears and pains attached to it.