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Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

Features
by Rob Zwetsloot
The free software desktop has lacked the controlled minimalism and polish of Apple, or even Microsoft, but gains (or suffers) from a plurality of options…

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Features
by Russell Barnes
Is it really possible to build an entire OS from an icon set? The answer, it seems, is elementary

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Reviews
by Simon Brew
With apologies for the sensationalist headline, Simon Brew wonders how to get a realistic debate going in the modern world…

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
Apple makes some great hardware, but their closed eco system is far from Linux-friendly. Thankfully it can be done – here’s how you can use your iPad, iPhone and iPod with your Ubuntu Linux computer…

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Reviews
by Simon Brew
Simon Brew wonders if there are 20 billion reasons why the spirit of open source is being distorted…

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Reviews
by Phil King
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the poster child of the Android Tablet movement. This being the case we’ve put its specifications and features head to head against the current king of the hill – the Apple iPad. As you can see it raises the bar in several key areas including processing power, pixel density, system memory and storage among others…

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Reviews
by Simon Brew
The first three months of the year were defined, in the technology sector, by some very scary numbers. Just feast your eyes on some of these. Apple, we learned, pulled in profits in just three months of over $3bn. That’s not in a year – that’s just in a quarter…

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Reviews
by Russell Barnes
To celebrate the landing of thousands upon thousands of iPads in the UK, Europe and Canada from today onwards, iCreateMagazine.com will be posting some essential tutorials to get you up and running with your new device…

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Reviews
by Simon Brew
Simon tries to get interested in the iPad, and wonders if it’s about time freedom took a hold on the mainstream eReader market…

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