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Patch Tuesday fixes dished out, withdrawn again
September's Patch Tuesday fixes includes 14 bulletins in total, fixing issues in Windows, and Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Office, including a serious flaw in Outlook 2007 and 2010. However, a non-security update for Outlook 2013 caused issues with the email software. The buggy update was subsequently withdrawn.
Read more: Severe flaw in Outlook 2007/2010 patched
Apple unveils new iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iOS 7
Apple announced on Tuesday, after months of rumors, the iPhone 5S and 5C. ZDNet's global team of editors and writers amassed more tens of more than two-dozen articles on what you need to know.
Read more: Apple unveils new iPhones, iOS 7 (roundup)
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Windows 8.1 RTM: What's new, what's next?
Microsoft reversed its decision to hold off on dishing out the final bits of Windows 8.1 by releasing it to developers. "It's a welcome move by Microsoft, even if one wonders why they didn’t do this in the first place," reports ZDNet's Ed Bott.
Read more: Windows 8.1 RTM: What's new, what's next?