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Apple pinpoints source of iOS 6.1 Exchange bug, says fix coming

Apple has identified the source of a bug preventing some iPhone and iPad users from syncing their mobile mailbox with Microsoft's Exchange Server 2010, vowing a fix is in the works.

Apple's iOS developer payouts eclipse $8B, up $1B in a month

Apple has now paid more than $8 billion to its iOS developer partners, a $1 billion increase since the company last trumpeted App Store sales a month earlier and up from $6.5 billion in Oct. 2012.

LevelUp, ShopKeep team on iPad payment processing

SCVNGR, the startup behind the fast-growing LevelUp mobile payment application, is partnering with mobile point-of-sale systems provider ShopKeep to roll out an integrated loyalty platform optimized for Apple's iPad.

Comparing 128GB versions of the iPad, Surface Pro

Apple started selling a 128GB version of the iPad tablet this week, just days before the availability of Microsoft's 128GB Surface Pro tomorrow.

Apple streaming music service rumors rekindled by hidden iOS 6.1 icons

A set of files buried in Apple's new iOS 6.1 mobile operating system update is renewing speculation the company will launch a streaming music service later this year.

Apple has enterprise users in mind with 128 GB iPad

In an effort to attract enterprise users, Apple unveiled on Tuesday an iPad with 128 GB of onboard storage, double the amount of the current 64 GB iPad model.

Apple unveils 128GB iPad for $799

Apple has announced a new version of its full-size iPad that doubles the maximum onboard storage to 128GB. Available in black or white, the 128GB iPad model will sport the same 9.7-inch Retina display, A6X processor and Lightning port.

Analysis: Why Windows RT was doomed from the start

Neil McAllister from The Register has written a thought-provoking critique about why the ARM-based Windows RT tablet from Microsoft was "DOA" or dead on arrival.

Apple, Hearst offer magazines on iPad before print publication

Apple is rolling out Read Them Here First, offering iPad tablet early owners access to Hearst Corporation magazines before the print editions reach newsstands.

'Rolling Stone' for iPad integrates iTunes previews, purchases

Rolling Stone  magazine is coming to Apple's iPad, bolstering its traditional music news, artist profiles and record reviews with direct links to the iTunes digital media storefront.