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Apple quietly issued a press release in the wake of a Google Nexus announcement and early reviews of Microsoft’s Surface tablet announcing a reorganizing of their executive staff.
Apple announced lineup changes to their executive team, and among these changes is a nice little promotion for Bob Mansfield, who has decided not to retire from Apple just yet.
Wayne Goodrich, who claims to have been a “sounding board” for Apple’s late co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs is now suing Apple for wrongful termination.
Why don’t you go try on that new swimsuit? I’ll pack us a picnic of beer and chilled Applesauce.
The sleuths at NetworkWorld.com have just dug up some delicious Apple history from Jonathan Ive’s deposition last December.
The British Empire apparently has very high standards when it comes to handing out the title of “Knight.” As it turns out, all you have to do is design 5 or more world-changing devices for the Royals to take notice of you.
Evil-doers try to gather your bank information via iDevice, Tim Cook visits China, and a women literally falls over for a chance to buy an iPad. All this and more in this week’s edition of Applesauce!
The British-born designer of some of Apple's most successful products, including the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad, was honored with a knighthood by the Queen during a ceremony this past weekend.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.