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Developers have unearthed more settings in the latest beta version of iOS 7, the operating system that will power the next iPhone and iPad and that will also be released to existing iDevice owners later this year. Discovered by an anonymous tipster,
Sorry if iOS 7 has you down, because The Next Web's Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten has reserved all the sads about it for himself...Possibly this is because apps have not yet been rewritten to take advantage of these technologies, which is kind of the
Myspace s revamped social music service, which came out of beta with a handful of new features earlier this month, is off to a rockin' start. The company reports that over 16 million people visited the new version of Myspace in its first week, with
The fragmentation situations of Android and iOS couldn't be any more different or more embarrassing for Google. Aping Google, Apple has finally started charting the state of iOS fragmentation on its public developer page, and, well, that
The Syrian dictator Bashar Assad made a rare public appearance on Wednesday, when he traveled to a central power in the center of Damascus on the event of Labor Day. The data was released on the government's official profile on Facebook.
Breaking news Liam Jurrah found not guilty of unlawfully causing serious harm to his cousin...Nadine Flood is foreshadowing a high profile public campaign. "We've got what's really a council of war in Canberra," she said. "We've got our key national
The Serbian government has adopted Finance Minister Mlaan Dinkis proposal to make an early repayment of a half of the debt to the London Club of Creditors. The early repayment worth USD 400mn will be made in the end of April. At the moment, Serbia
Suggested Topics NHS managers have hit out at plans to give health service staff a one per cent pay rise from next month suggesting the move could harm patient care. In a provocative statement which will inflame tensions with staff who have seen
The next time that you hear someone on the right claim that there has been "no austerity" since George Osborne became Chancellor, point them to the figures for public sector employment. They show that 370,000 jobs have been cut since the second
MP Walid Jumblatt proposed several ways to finance the public sector salary scale, including cutting down ministers' wages, in his weekly statement to Al-Anbaa newspaper. It is very important to secure financial revenues needed for the salary scale ..