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Another round of photos reportedly of the next-generation iPhone have popped up online, this time at a Chinese Web site.
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The next round of iPhone 5 launches will hit next Friday in several countries, including India, Greece and Thailand, according to several reports.
Critics want Apple to manufacture more products in the U.S. CEO Tim Cook does, too. But there's a lot in the way.
Letter to standards group accuses Apple of having company representatives change their affiliation to skew the vote on the upcoming SIM standard.
A group calling itself Evil Shadow Team reportedly stole usernames and passwords of Microsoft Store customers.
The PC maker and the Chinese search engine are working together to create smartphones and tablets for the Chinese market.
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