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2012-07-13 12:18:43

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Late last month, an unfortunate situation occurred between an Iranian student, and Apple employee and an iPad. When a 19-year old Iranian girl went to an Apple store with her Iranian uncle to purchase an iPad, the store employee overheard the two speaking Farsi to one another and told them he couldn´t sell them an iPad. The U.S. and Iran don´t have the best relations and as such, an embargo exists restricting the exportation...

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2012-07-11 11:10:53

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online It stings to be disowned on your own turf: Just ask RIM. So, when Apple decided to build their MacBook Pro with Retina Display in a tightly contained shell, they may not have expected their own city to turn their back and block any purchase of their computers. Earlier this week, it was announced that Apple was seeking to withdraw from the EPEAT program, removing any subsequent certification given to their products. The Electronic...

2012-07-11 02:21:52

APPLE VALLEY, Calif., July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company (Ranchos) announced today that it is installing a larger underground water pipeline on Highway 18. The new larger, 20 and 24 inch, pipelines will continue along outer Highway 18 from the Hill Top Tank, adjacent to the historic Apple Valley Inn, to Lions Park replacing two smaller pipes nearing the end of their serviceable life. Earlier this year, American Water Works Association, a nonprofit scientific and...

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2012-07-10 13:06:06

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online The new iPad has already been around long enough in the rest of the world to stir up trouble. There was a quick slip up early on when the Consumer Reports made hay over a little “over-warming.” In Australia–and almost the UK–the iPad was found to be incompatible with local 4G networks, a case which ended with a hefty $2.25 million fine to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Now, thanks to a...

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2012-07-09 09:28:30

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online One of Apple´s many idiosyncrasies is the way in which they change: Always quick to kill and slow to adopt. Examples of this behavior dot Apple´s history, from killing the iPod Mini (one of their best-selling products) just a year and a half after its introduction to adding USB 3.0 two years after other companies started employing the technology in their machines. They´re cautious, slow approach to adding new features...

Applesauce: All Thing Apple – July 8, 2012
2012-07-08 06:48:45

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Take the lime and the coconut and mix it all up. It´s time for your Applesauce, complete with a side of relaxation. Belly on up, partner. I´ve already poured you a bowl. No More Runnin´ Finally, It´s over. The bloody battle lasted arguably longer than it should have, but now, it´s all over, and it only took Apple forking over $60 million. What can be said of the Apple v Proview copyright...

Apple’s Move To China Is A Slow One
2012-07-07 07:46:05

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Apple has been earning billions of dollars in recent years, thanks to best-selling products like their iPad and iPhone, generous profit margins and a tightly integrated supply chain, not to mention their own chain of retail stores, which are the envy of retail chains everywhere. Now, as Apple sits on their massive pile of cash, they´ve turned their eyes eastward, looking upon China lustfully as their next great conquest....

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2012-07-06 21:34:06

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online There´s an unfortunate situation that´s been created with the rising popularity of Apple´s iPhone. The Cupertino company has sold millions and millions of these smartphones to millions and millions of people. People, as you may very well know, can be clumsy creatures, capable of doing some very silly things and dropping precious, expensive items in sinks, toilets, rivers and even washing machines. When these little...

Best Buy May Adopt Apple's Approach To Retail
2012-07-06 08:49:36

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online If you haven´t been to an Apple store lately, say in the past 8 months, I suggest you take a visit next time you´re near one. Yes, they may be busier than you remember, what with the increasing population of Apple buyers and Apple users, but they are still a thing of wonder. A couple of weeks ago, while I was waiting to meet an old friend and fellow redOrbit staff writer, I decided to pop in for a moment. After all,...

2012-07-05 02:23:31

NEW YORK, July 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A consumer study of America's leading brands has shown that the retailers driving economic and sector growth are doing so by creating a sense of theatre around their in-store experiences. Half of the top 100 companies overall are retailers. Within the Top 10, four - Wegman's - 4th, Publix - 5th, Trader Joe's - 6th and HEB - 10th - were set apart by creating what the report describes as "dramatic, theatrical experiences for...


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2013-08-01 11:48:01

Timothy Donald Cook, Born in Alabama on November 1, 1960, is a Business Executive, CEO of Apple and serves on the company's Board of Directors. Tim Cook grew up in Robertsdale, Alabama, near Mobile. He graduated from Robertsdale High School and earned a B.S. degree in industrial engineering from Auburn University in 1982. He earned his M.B.A. from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in 1988. Cook didn't start out as CEO Though. That Job, had been held by Steve Jobs. Cook has...

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