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Review: iPod nano (7th generation) combines the best of its predecessors

With the seventh generation of the iPod nano, Apple has taken the best of the previous two generations and combined them into an iOS-inspired player that for many people will be the best nano yet.

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Review: Fifth-generation iPod touch is faster, finer than predecessors

Whether you're in it for the apps, games, or media, this is an iPod you'll treasure.

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Apple releases iOS 6

As promised, Apple on Wednesday released iOS 6, the newest version of its operating system for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.

on macworld.com

Smartphones Can Distract Diners, Prompting Restaurants to Act

It's something you see more and more when eating out -- people staring at and tapping on their phones instead of chatting with each other.

25 Awesome Gadgets for $50 or Less

We scoured the Web for the best deals on 25 gadgets you might actually want to buy. All you have to do is sit back and click through the slideshow.

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Appleā€™s iOS 6 Removes Password Prompts for Free Apps

Hurray! Apple is ditching the password requirement for downloading free apps with the release of iOS 6, according to numerous reports.

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Apple Will Fix App Store Vulnerability With IOS 6

Apple has issued guidance to iOS developers wondering how to protect their App Store apps from a hack that makes it possible to get in-app purchases for free.

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Sony Hopes Android 4.0 Will Save the Walkman

Apple's iPod Touch gets a new rival with the announcement of the Walkman F800 powered by the latest version of Google's Android OS.

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Privacy Monitoring App Clueful Booted from iOS App Store

Apple has given the boot to BitDefender's Clueful, a privacy monitoring app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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Apple Steps Up Effort to Stop a Free In-App Purchases Hack, Report

Apple is reportedly cracking down on a hack that lets iOS users trick the App Store into giving them in-app purchases for free with an attempt to more easily identify users and devices involved with the exploit.