Apple has recalled Australian-style wall plug adaptors sold with various Mac and iOS device models between 2003 and 2015.
It’s the magic of software! All seven Harry Potter books now have immersive interaction accompanying the full text, exclusively on Apple iBooks.
Apple’s click-wheel enabled iPod was once the epitome of portable music playability, but when a parts shortage loomed, Tim Cook sent the iPod to God.
The big Apple announcement overnight means the tech giant has a few new flashy products to sell but it also has one less. The iPod classic, introduced seven years ago, was uncermoniously killed off overnight with little fanfare.
Apple has brought the low-end iPod touch into line with the rest of the range.
A fresh wave of rumours about a wrist-worn device from Apple has the 'iWatch' arriving this year.
Marantz has a long tradition in the hi-fi market - indeed, the company is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Where the original Marantz Audio Consolette was designed to get the best from mono LPs, the company claims the new Consolette does the same for digital formats.
Kogan has released a new range of digital radios starting at $59.
Some big changes are coming to iTunes before the end of this year if reports form the US are to be believed.
In a pinch, we’d say rumours of a 7-inch iPad are, thanks to Steve Jobs’ previous statements, totally fanciful, but the idea of a 7.85-incher looks like a clincher.
Apple's run of record-setting quarterly reports continues. New second (March) quarter records were set for iPhone, iPad and Mac sales.
Navman Wireless has added an iPad app to the mobile options for using its OnlineAVL2 fleet tracking system.
A new powered speaker from Logitech takes advantage of Apple's AirPlay system for wireless audio playback.
BenQ's new Joybee GP2 video projector is highly portable and works with an array of media sources. Onboard memory allows it to be used independently of other devices.
The Apple snowball just keeps rolling. The company has reported another record-breaking quarter.
LogMeIn has unveiled a free mobile app to bring its remote desktop capabilities to even more iOS devices for free. Based on the paid LogMeIn Ignition app, the new app lets any iOS owner remotely view, access and control their PCs or Macs from their iPad or iPhone from anywhere with an internet connection.
Online retailer Dockhub claims a world exclusive with the white version of the J&L iWall Premier speaker dock for the iPod, iPad and iPhone. Could it be something for your Christmas list?
Tired of your phone or other device running out of juice when you're on the move? The Droidax PortaCharge may be the answer.
Despite strong across the board growth - except for iPods - and good margins, the share market reacted poorly to Apple's fourth quarter results.
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