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The new tablets fix the iPad's biggest problems, if you're OK with what they cost.
MacBook Pro hangs around long after the normal resolution party is over.
New thinner device keeps the same big retina display, will be available soon.
iMovie, Garageband, and Pages all get a fresh coat of paint from Apple.
The second-generation mini goes up for pre-order today, launches on November 1.
Made in the USA: Mac Pro overhaul finally ready for an eager legion of buyers.
Version 10.9 of OS X trades big cats for surfer dudes, will land on Macs today.
Whatever Apple announces, we'll be following along starting at 1pm ET/10am PT.
iPads and professional Macs are due for makeovers, and Mavericks should be here soon.
The company will also replace drives rendered defective by the problem.
The position has been empty since John Browett left last October.
A Start8 menu for Windows, IT security, and even improved gaming show up this year.
Apple will bring the new phones to 51 more territories in the next month.
Microsoft will release the suite after a touch-based version for Windows debuts.
AllThingsD is rarely wrong about these things.
Samsung won't get a last-minute reprieve from Obama like Apple did.
Like those giant newsroom touchscreens, but less silly.
The gyroscope, accelerometer, and other sensors appear to be miscalibrated.
AgileBits aims to prevent "attacks that haven't even been dreamt of yet."
After two years, judge lets Lodsys settle cases, refuses to hear Apple's motion.