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Tom Kaneshige has been covering business and technology in Silicon Valley for two decades. As senior online writer at CIO.com, Tom covers Silicon Valley culture, BYOD and consumer tech in the enterprise.

iPad Developers Frustrated at Process

Apple developers and tech departments alike find it a hassle to deal with iPad coding issues.

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Six Hard-to-Find iPhone Shortcuts Revealed

The simplicity of the iPhone and lack of buttons belies a wealth of shortcuts. We've picked six of the most important ones.

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Five Great Apple iPhone and Mac Accessories

Cool iPhone accessories aren't just for Apple fanboys. Herea re five cool new toys -- from crazy cases to a gizmo that turns an iPhone into a point-of-sale system.

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Sony Gadgets Aim at Apple iPhone, iPad, and iTunes

Sony's mobile initiative includes a smartphone that plays PlayStation games and a device to compete with the iPad.

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Apple's Bikini Ban: A Developer's Story

An app developer gets caught in the App Store purge and still isn't sure how it all settled out.

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Apple App Store's Dirty Little Secret

If you're an iPhone owner, you've probably got a virtual wardrobe full of deleted iPhone apps.

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More Macs Going to Work, Survey Says

Enterprise Desktop Alliance survey shows two out of three companies buying Macs this year, which will bring integration challenges for IT admins.

Dwindling Developers May Stymie New iPhone Apps

There seems to be no limit to the creativity and sophistication of iPhone apps, save one: too few good iPhone app developers.

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The Best iPhone Apps You've Never Heard Of

Here are six cool apps flying under the radar -- and why they haven't broken into the big time yet.

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iPhone Hackers: Just Biding Their Time?

A survey finds iPhone owners aren't sweating security, but they may be in denial of a real threat.

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Haiti Donations: A Turning Point in Mobile Commerce?

The $7 million raised by the American Red Cross in the first two days after the earthquake and collected via text messaging shows the public has warmed up to mobile commerce.

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Apple Is Developing a Taste for Acquisitions

In the past, Apple has been cautious about entering the mergers-and-acquisitions fray, but recent signs point to a change of heart.

Customer Service Will Be Nexus One's Achilles Heel

Google simply doesn't have the kind of customer support that mobile-phone users are accustomed to.

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Best Games for Tech Pros

It rarely takes much to entice a techie to fire up a game, but here's how gaming skills pair up with professional expertise.

Five Great IPhone Photography Apps for the Holidays

Old friends, family gatherings, homeward-bound travel all go hand-in-hand with the holiday season--and, of course, so does taking photos.

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