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Is Apple Working on an AMD-Powered Air?

By Jamie Condliffe on at

Do you remember when we thought we'd never see an Intel processor anywhere near a Mac? People think the exact same way about AMD chips at the moment. But rumour has it that Apple might secretly be working on notebooks that use AMD guts.

Camera+: "VolumeSnap Is Back!!"

By Andrew Tarantola on at

Three months after being booted from the App Store for employing, "iPhone volume buttons in a non-standard way," the popular Camera+ app is once again for sale—volume button functionality and all.

Meet the Man Who Just Replaced Steve Jobs

By Sam Biddle on at

Apple has a new Chairman of the Board, filling the spot vacating by the passing of Steve Jobs. It's Art Levinson, and he's no stranger to the company. Also a board initiate today? Disney CEO Robert Iger. Office party!