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In an unorthodox move late this week, Apple invited its retail store staff to give its latest unreleased Mac operating system a whirl.
The legal battle between Apple and Australia’s ACCC is now over, as a judge has ordered the Cupertino company to pay out A$2.25 million (That’s $2.26 million American) to the organization.
Cocoon Innovations is proud to announce that Grid-It™, the world’s most intelligent organization device, will be available in Apple stores in the USA and Canada.
Grab a chair friends and neighbors. It’s time to get cozy with a chilly bowl of Applesauce.
Oh how the mighty have fallen. One of the most outspoken critics of selling subscriptions through Apple’s Newsstand app has finally decided to ditch their principles and join forces with the iMaker.
Across every announcement made by Apple during their 2012 WWDC Keynote, from new Retina Display Macs to new Maps in iOS 6, one element remained: Unity.
For as much as Tim Cook talked about doing “great things” with their products and the apps which run on them, Apple sure does have a tendency to squash other products and services underfoot. Take, for instance, text messaging. Or pocket cameras. Or GPS units.
Apple must now go on the defensive in a lawsuit which says the Cupertino company is letting advertisers secretly track each of its mobile users. Interestingly enough, other companies, such as the ad-happy Google, were dismissed from the case.
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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