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Apple Airport devices out of stock in many stores, does that mean a refresh is coming?

Apple Airport devices out of stock in many stores, does that mean a refresh is coming?

If you are a fan of Apple gear, any time things are out of stock widely that often hints that a refresh is on the way. Apple is generally really good at keeping things in stock so low availability is often an early sign a new version of whatever is not in stock is coming soon. This time around, the products with limited availability are the AirPort devices. Apparently, Apple fans are tipping TUAW that the devices are widely out of stock.

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LaCie Wireless Space: the Sith’s Time Capsule

LaCie Wireless Space: the Sith’s Time Capsule

LaCie has outed its latest external hard-drive, the Wireless Space, and while the Neil Poulton designed 1TB and 2TB drives may look a lot like the company's other blocky models, inside there's a whole lot of wireless goodness simmering away.  The LaCie Wireless Space is a combination NAS, gigabit ethernet and WiFi b/g/n router, media server and network extender, basically the company's own version of the Apple Time Capsule.

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$99 Apple TV update gets iPhone OS, 1080p HD and cloud-storage?

$99 Apple TV update gets iPhone OS, 1080p HD and cloud-storage?

Details of Apple's upcoming Apple TV platform refresh have emerged, with Engadget claiming to have heard from a trusted source that the Cupertino company is planning a new, $99 set-top box that would use iPhone OS and cloud-based storage.  In fact, the new Apple TV sounds a lot like a headless-iPhone: it's described as having minimal ports, basically just power and a 1080p HD video output, as well as using the same 1GHz Apple 14 CPU and 16GB of onboard storage.

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Apple OS X Snow Leopard development speeding up?

Apple OS X Snow Leopard development speeding up?

Apple have begun distributing the latest build of OS X, version 10.5.7 9J27, to testers, just a week after the previous build (9J22) was seeded.  According to the change list, multiple bugs and glitches were identified in 9J22, and quickly addressed by Apple for 9J27, suggesting that the company is ramping up OS X development in an attempt to launch the software sooner rather than later.

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 26, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 26, 2011

New hope for the Nokia and Microsoft partnership came this week with the unveiling of the N9 MeeGo handset and the Windows Phone Mango version of it dubbed the "Sea Ray." The N950 sports a similar styling but will have a larger screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and be deemed a developer-only device. All in all, a positive week in developments for Nokia, but not so much for RIM. The BlackBerry maker began layoffs this week and further cut back sales estimates of the PlayBook tablet.

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How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

After sixteen years of using portable computers, I'm more convinced than ever that cloud computing, especially cloud based storage, will save us all. It's not without problems and caveats, but I've been betrayed by storage solutions I thought were reliable, and I'm ready to bury the hard drive in favor of the great gigabyte in the sky.

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