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Apple device IDs hacked: What you need to know

A hacktivist group has published more than a million Apple device UDIDs acquired from a hacked FBI laptop. Is your iPhone or iPad at risk?

5 Entertaining iPhone 5 Videos

They’re fake, possibly offensive, and will probably draw a laugh, but don’t watch these videos of creative speculation if you can’t take a joke.

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iPhone 5 Components List Leaked

A document of the next iPhone's components reveals a taller device with a similar shape to current models, and with a two-tone rear panel and smaller power/dock connector.

Walmart Experiments With iPhone App Checkout System

The iPhone app would streamline the process of using self-checkout terminals for in-store shoppers and takes another step toward the MCX mobile-payments network.

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Apple Targets Galaxy S III, Note in Latest Legal Action

The February case has already resulted in a ban on the sale of Galaxy Nexus phones in the United States, although that injunction is pending appeal.

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How to Sync Your iDevice When the Case Gets in the Way

Bulky case getting in the way of your iDevice dock or sync cable? Here's a workaround that'll save you from having to remove the case every time.

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Next iPhone Screen Production Delayed By Sharp, Reports Say

Factories may not be able to ramp up fast enough to meet the demand for a refreshed iPhone.

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Iris Smart Kit: A Basic and Affordable Introduction to Home Automation

In part 2 of our series on easy home automation projects for the weekend warrior, we look at the Iris system from Lowes.

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Galaxy S III Sales Spike After Patent Verdict

Customers seem to have rushed out to buy the Galaxy S III, even though it wasn't affected by the patent case.

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The Latest and Best in Car Tech

Automakers are appealing to car buyers with new in-vehicle technology like LTE, digital rearview mirrors, useful apps, and advanced telematics systems.

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