Is iOS Fragmenting? Not Nearly as Much as Android.

Some 93 percent of iOS users run iOS 6, says Apple.

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Coming to a City Near You: Apple to Do Tech Talks

With its June Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco selling out immediately, Apple said that — along with posting videos of the event — it would also be hosting “Tech Talks in a city near you.” No details yet, it sounds like the tech giant is going into the concert business for geeks again — it had done such talks with Apple developers at the time of the iOS 5 release.

Is Apple’s Mobile RSS Reader Down for the Count?

Is RSS the floppy disk of Web content, in Apple’s eyes?

Apple’s WWDC Keynote by the Numbers

Beyond the hardware and software announcements, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote address Monday was a victory lap full of big numbers.

Carrier IQ: How to Hack Back Your Phone

Worried about smartphone software that tracks your keystrokes? Here’s what to do.

Apple Releases Software Update Designed to Fix iOS 5 Battery Issues

Version 5.0.1 is available on iTunes and coming soon as an over-the-air update.

iPhone Battery Drain

Walt answers a reader’s question on the battery life of the new iPhone 4S.

Fetchnotes Wants to Get Your “To Do” List Out of Your Head

Start-up Fetchnotes is trying to use an armload of APIs to build a mainline between your real brain and the one you keep on the Internet.

Upcoming Zappos iPad App Mimics a Fashion Magazine

The new black this fall: Retailers will produce content alongside their products, like an online version of a glossy fashion magazine.

Apple Confirms iOS 5 Bugs Causing Battery Issues for Some iPhones

Apple confirmed to AllThingsD that it has found a few problems that are leading some iPhone customers to experience less-than-expected battery life with iPhones running its latest software.

Stampede! iOS 5 Is Live.

The iPhone Finds Its Voice