Rumor: iPhone 5 with 4-inch
Citing a "reliable source at Foxconn in China," Apple-focused blog 9to5Mac says Apple's got a handful of sample devices for the next iPhone "floating around," and that based on previous production scheduling, the company could be looking to release a new model this summer.
Someone broke into Symantec's network in 2006 and stole source code for PCAnywhere, which allows customers to remotely connect to other computers, as well as Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition, Norton Internet Security and Norton SystemWorks, the company said last week.
AT&T gives heavy data users
In this edition of Ask Maggie, one reader wants to know whether it's worth keeping his AT&T unlimited data plan after AT&T has warned him that his service will be slowed down because he's in the top 5 percent of data users. Ask Maggie also offers advice on whether to buy the lower priced iPhone 4 or the newer iPhone 4S.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo talks censorship
Costolo started out by saying that there hadn't been any change in Twitter's policy on removing tweets, but rather the social media company wanted to announce that it would post blocked content for the rest of the world to see--while still adhering to the laws locally.