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The firm sold a record 51 million iphones and 26 million iPads but profits from October to January - usually a bumper period - remained flat

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Review of the Year: The moments that shook our world in 2010

The triumphs, the disasters, the cat in a bin. It's been momentous, as our panel of writers recall...

2010: A year in technology

From the release of the iPhone 4 and iPad to Wikileaks, China, and the war over net neutrality, Jack Riley looks back at a tumultuous year in the tech world.

Tablet wars spark online rumours over release of 'iPad 2'

Barely six months after the iPad was launched, Apple-watchers yesterday had something new to talk about: a successor to its first tablet computer.

Times loses less than 90% of readers online

The Times has lost less than 90 per cent of its online audience since it started charging readers on the website, fewer than it had feared, it said today.

Cyberclinic: Forget RSI. 'Gorilla arm' beats it hands down

My posture is so appalling whileI sit for hours at this computer that I'm surprised I don't suffer from deep-vein thrombosis, never mind carpal tunnel syndrome. I've certainly got off lightly compared to friends and colleagues who, despite having orthopaedic chairs, wrist supports, footrests, and posture the envy of a concert pianist, still get shooting pains in their arms whenever they press Ctrl Alt Delete. Modern computers, with their almost brutal efficiency, don't give us the regular, convenient breaks that the old-style office environment did.

Paperless office? In your reams

Despite owning gadgets that were supposed to make printing obsolete, we are still obsessed with making hard copies of everything, says Clint Witchalls

Stephen Foley: Apple is exceptional but its rivals are queuing up to take a bite

US Outlook: The world of technology has only one superpower, and it is Apple.

UK profits tumble at Condé Nast

Vogue and GQ may revel in the lifestyle of the rich and glamorous, but publisher Condé Nast has been feeling the squeeze in the UK during the recession. The group has revealed that profits plunged 72 per cent last year.

Business Diary: Crozier's run-in with the law

Poor old Adam Crozier. His colleagues rather dropped the new chief executive of ITV in it during the period before he took up his post.

Technology at heart of publishers' strategy

Publishers in the UK are looking to mobile phones and iPad-style devices to help transform their digital operations next year, saying emerging technologies were at the "heart of their business development plans".

Mobile computing set to get "keyless keyboard"

An Israeli startup has launched a system that aims to make mobile computing easier by letting users type on invisible keys instead of a keyboard that typically takes up much of the screen.

Currys owner DSG scores World Cup sales boost

The group behind Currys and PC World today said first quarter sales leapt 6% thanks to a World Cup boost for televisions and strong demand for Apple's iPad.

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