Apple iOS 6 Release At WWDC 2012? Banners For New OS Emerge In San Francisco

Apple is expected to unveil a ton of new products next week at the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, but on Friday, Gadget Lab tweeted a picture from Wired's Roberto Baldwin of a banner put up in Moscone West, one of the WWDC event locations, which showcased iOS 6: The world's most advanced mobile operating system.

Apple Settles Over New iPad '3' Advertising In Australia, Pays $2.25 Million For Misleading '4G LTE' Ads

Apple has been officially reprimanded over its misleading advertising in Australia of the term 4G for new iPad 3. No considerable penalty here: According to The Australian, Apple has agreed to a $2.25 million settlement in Australian courts after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) won a battle alleging the Cupertino, Calif.-based company misled customers about the new iPad's touted features.

WWDC 2012 Preview: Apple Expected To Update Every Mac; What About iPhone?

We're just four days away from the start of the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, which is expected to be one of the biggest Apple events of the year. A new report says that Apple will introduce as many as 14 new Mac models at WWDC, including desktop computers (iMac and Mac Pro) and laptops (MacBook Pro and MacBook Air), among other products.


Hippie Trail (Asia Overland Route)

What Happened To The Hippie Trail? The Legacy Of The Asia Overland Route

In the 1960s and 1970s, thousands of rebellious Europeans, Americans, and Aussies threw caution to the wind and traded their suburban upbringings for sarongs, sandals, and the allure of the East, marching along the hippie trail on a journey that would forever alter the course of history.
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Robot Therapy Helps Paralysed Rats to Walk Again

Scientists from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology have brought back full movement of the rats paralyzed by spinal cord injuries with the help of robot therapy that might sooner or later be used in people with similar injuries