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Geotracking controversy homes in on iPhone (roundup)

Apple comes under fire following a researcher's report that iOS version 4 software for the iPad and iPhone stores users' location data.

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Apple's WWDC: iCloud, iOS 5, Lion, and more (roundup)

The new iCloud storage service headlines the company's Worldwide Developers Conference, which also delivers the lowdown on version 5 of iOS and the Lion version of Mac OS X.

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Lion and iOS 5 and iCloud, oh my! (video roundup)

Apple CEO Steve Jobs uses the WWDC keynote stage to introduce the company's new iCloud storage service. The Lion version of Mac OS X and version 5 of iOS also share the spotlight.

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Safari is going to make reading easier on the eyes with a new feature that gives you a stripped down view of a badly formatted article; it'll look more like an RSS feed that way. With iOS 5, you'll be able to e-mail the meat of a story, and not just the link, from Safari. The Reading List itself lets you bookmark a story for reading later, much like other browser apps we've seen for other platforms and in other mobile apps. If you use Safari on other Apple devices, you'll have a single, united reading list.

Tabs, Reading List land in mobile Safari

The mobile version of Safari gets a polish and some modern browsing tools in iOS 5, including tabbed browsing, a Reading List feature, and in-browser tweeting.

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Leopard users to purchase Snow Leopard before Lion

Although Lion will be priced at a modest $29, current Leopard users must first upgrade to Snow Leopard, then Lion.

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Apple announces iCloud service at Worldwide Developers Conference.

Jobs announces Apple's iCloud storage service

Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the company's long-awaited iCloud service, which offers a new way to wirelessly share e-mail, photos, calendars, and other data between iOS devices and PCs.

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First Take: Mac OS X Lion coming in July for $29.99

At the WWDC keynote presentation, Apple shows how OS X Lion will seamlessly work with other devices, giving users access to everything wherever they go.

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Next year's Steve Jobs bio already a best seller

Though it's only available for preorder, the authorized biography of Steve Jobs, due in March 2012, is proving popular on Amazon--it's a top seller in three different categories.

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J.P. Morgan analyst talks iCloud, iPhone advances

Just ahead of Apple's WWDC, J.P. Morgan's Mark Moskowitz sees a strong launch for the company's iCloud service and incremental updates for the iPhone 4, for now.

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IBM launches operation software package for cities

Big Blue plans to integrate its various applications for cities into one offering as it attempts to tap into a growing market.

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Tech goliaths outmaneuvered at D9 conference

Upstart punks fly rings around established company CEOs at exclusive tech confab.

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Report: DOJ probing bids for Nortel patents

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Justice Department is scrutinizing potential patent bidders--including Apple and Google--over antitrust concerns.

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