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Apple introducing a new Successor

The wobbly introduction of Apple's restored cloud service MobileMe in the year 2008 provoked Chief Executive Steve Jobs to reprimand those accountable for the service.

Just after launching MobileMe it gathered some poor appraisal from Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal. The conference happens at the hall on Apple's campus to do product exhibition for the press and media. Jobs allegedly asked the MobileMe panel what the new artifact was made-up to do.

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Apple may move out of Intel processors

There is rumor that Apple is thinking of moving itself out of the Intel-made processors and move into CPUs from ARM. The first of such reports was told by SemiAccurate which said that Apple is moving the line of laptops and possibly into desktops too. And it is now going to use ARM based chips which it wants to apply ASAP.

It also said that while the move may take years to finally end, it is a 'done deal' that has to happen at any cost.

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Lawsuit accuses Apple, others of fixing worker pay

A new Californian lawsuit has been filed against famous IT companies like Apple, Google, Adobe and Intel. These companies have been charged for violating antitrust laws.

The lawsuit has said that all these companies have been conspiring when it comes to making payments to employees and have also been found to have not been working for any kind of solicitation deal.

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Apple iOS 4.3.3 Software Update for controlling Bug

Recently the Apple has updated its new iOS 4.3.3 Software which is designed to fix the location-tracking “bug”. In last few months the bug has raised much controversy in the company.

Apple’s iTunes service has posted a statement that this update contains changes to the iOS crowd-sourced location database cache. It included the compressed size of the cache, a total deletion of the cache whenever Location Services are exited and stopping the cache from backing up to iTunes.

The new update can be applied to iOS 4 devices not only on the AT&T but also Verizon networks.

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Google or Apple: What’s your favorite app store?

There has been huge rat race among the companies with their new launch. Google's Android Market is rapidly increasing its demand in the public which is unbelievable.

Market research firm Distimo has given a new report that the Android Market is expected that it would exceed Apple's App Store in the number of overall available apps on coming few months.

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