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# Your Say
Poll: Would low-paid workers report put you off buying Apple products?
Independent investigation found “significant issues” with work conditions and pay at Apple supplier factories. Would it make you think twice about buying Apple goods?
# Apple
Investigation finds 'significant issues' at Apple manufacturer's factories
Most workers making iPhones and iPads said they were not paid enough to cover “basic needs”, the probe found.
# Gadgets
Well, it turns out that whole 'iPad gets too hot' thing was a bunch of crap
PCWorld tests show it’s no worse than Android tablets, and possibly not as hot as some laptops.
# Work Can Wait
Watch: Here's what you can do with seven iPads
Illusionists show off their sleight of hand with some tablet assistants.
# Apple
New iPad: Three million sold in first weekend
The company has called the release of the new device last Friday Apple’s “strongest iPad launch yet”.
# At last
Apple will use cash for dividends and stock buyback
The best place to put Apple’s cash? Back into its shares, of course.
# This American Life
Story about abuse at Apple factory was false says US radio show
This American Life had broadcast a show in January which said abuse was happening at Apple factories in China – but now it has retracted the show and apologised.
# stock
Apple shares hit record high of $600
Investors are salivating at the imminent iPad3 release.
# Oops
£50 iPads will not be delivered by Tesco
‘Every little helps’ slogan not applied in this case.
# ipad 3
iPad 3 launched, goes on sale in Ireland on 23 March
Apple CEO Tim Cook was in San Francisco today to launch the latest version of the tablet device.
# ipad 3
Here's your iPad 3 rumour round-up ahead of Apple's expected unveiling
Will this evening’s Apple event reveal the next iPad?
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Monday
All the day’s big stories, plus any bits and pieces you may have missed…
# Windows 8
Confused about the new version of Windows? Here's everything you need to know
What’s new in Windows 8? And how come there’ll be two different types of OS for tablets? Business Insider explains.
# ipad 3
Apple expected to unveil iPad 3 at event next week
Invitations were sent to the news media today with it widely anticipated that the latest version of Apple’s hugely successful tablet will be unveiled.
# Pakistan
How and why the Pakistani military is making tablets
Critics argue that the Pakistani military should focus on protecting the country but others argue that the foray into the consumer market boosts national pride.
# Apple
Here are the 10 most important new features in Apple’s new Mac OS
Apple’s Mountain Lion operating system will be rolling out in late summer – here’s what you need to know about it.
# Apple
One year after Lion, Apple previews Mountain Lion
The new Mac operating system update will copy even more iPhone/iPad features and apps.
# Apple
Apple shares now cost more than iPads
Apple is now the most valuable company in the world, with a single share setting you back more than an iPad 2.
# Apple
Apple supplier Foxconn audited by independent group
Tech company Apple says that the Fair Labor Association will inspect manufacturing areas and dormitories at the plants.
# ipad 3
Apple to launch iPad 3 next month - report
The company will debut its tablet upgrade in the first week of March, according to reports.
# Apple
German online sales ban for iPhone and iPad overturned
A temporary suspension on the ban, which came in after a patent infringement case brought by Motorola Mobility, may last days or weeks.
# ipad 3
Here are all the iPad 3 rumours we know about so far…
We’ve got some titbits on the size, shape and features of the new iPad – and how likely they are…
# Tablet Wars
EU to investigate Samsung as Germany blocks sale of its tablets
Samsung and Apple are engaged in a strategic war over patents in many countries across the world as they try to draw market share away from each other.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
# Apple
iPhones sales soar and profits double at Apple
As one analyst put it: “They just demolished it”.
# iBooks 2
Apple claims to 'reinvent textbooks' with move into education market
Apple unveils a new textbook section of its iBookstore, which it says will eliminate the need for heavy and expensive books.
# Still available
Here's how to access Wikipedia during its 24-hour blackout
How to get around its internet blackout, if you want…
# Apple
Apple discloses suppliers for the first time
The company been criticised for its labour and environmental practices, especially in China.
# PizzaBot
World's youngest App developer follows up with PizzaBot sequel
Cork lad Harry Moran, 13, has released a seasonal edition of his chart-topping PizzaBot game for the iPhone, iPad and Mac.
# 2012
Yay! 12 things that will be cheaper in 2012
2012 will be a year for wine-drinking holidaymakers who love electronics, seemingly.
# iPassport
Man uses iPad to cross US border (or does he?)
Canadian Martin Reisch says a customs officer allowed him to pass into the US with only a scan of his passport on his iPad.
# ipad 3
Let the rumours begin: iPad 3 to be released in March?
The only thing analysts appear to be agreed on is that a release of the next generation iPad will happen in the first quarter of this year.
# Appy Days
Over 1 billion apps downloaded in Christmas week
The downloads total between December 25 and 31 is thought to be the highest number of downloads ever recorded.
# Apple
Apple archive reveals why Steve Jobs chose the name 'Apple'
In an interview, which is part of the Apple archive located in Stanford University in California, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak describe why they chose the iconic name.
# apps4apes
Apps for Apes brings iPads to Orangutans
The pilot programme, run by Orangutan Outreach in Milwaukee Zoo, is helping to keep orangutans from feeling isolated while in captivity.
# iTory
iPrime Minister: David Cameron to get his own iPad app
What would you get the Prime Minister who has everything? Well his own app of course…
# China
Apple may be forced to rename iPad in China after court ruling
A Chinese court says another company registered the ‘iPad’ name in 2000 – meaning Apple may be forced to rename the unit there.
# Google
Google launches music store to rival iTunes
The company will sell 13million tracks over its Android store, Google announced on the same day as it relaunched its Gmail iPhone app.
# Mail fail
Gmail withdraws app from Apple store - just hours after launching
Google apologises to users but no word on when the app will be made available again.