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Yeee-haw, Apple buckaroos! Whooz ready for some good timin', multitaskin'? Who wants their iPhone served up with a hot bucket'a grits? HOOOOOOOOOOO BOY. Jonny Ive's deep in the hooch pan again? Saddle up, grab yer partner, and let's make some truck-ugly apps!
Cloud is a magic tech word today. "i" has been a golden prefix in tech for over a decade. iCloud, the holiest union of the two, could be the future of computing. For now? It's super convenient! But that's it.
Apple says Samsung's blatantly ripped off its device designs. Not true, Samsung replies! Too bad its lawyer blew that argument harder than a hydrogen bomb blowjob: they couldn't tell the difference between a Galaxy Tab and iPad. In court.
One question UK iPhone 4S buyers may be asking Siri today is: "Hey Siri, why don't you work as well as you did in Apple's trailers?" -- because the magical voice controlled maps and places queries are currently US only.
I like Newsstand but some people don't! And if you're like them, it's pretty annoying how you can't hide the Newsstand away in a Folder in iOS 5. But wait! You can. All you need is some super fast fingers. Here's how.
News from the Australian front in the Apple/Samsung war has arrived, and it's bad for Samsung -- its Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been banned from sale in Oz, thanks to a judge putting an interim injunction in place. [BBC]
Apple put its iTunes music in the cloud and soon it may be doing something similar with its movies. A rumour from the Wall Street Journal suggests the company is in talks with Hollywood about a movie streaming service.