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4 things to know about the new MacBook Pro

tech.fortune.cnn.com
New We got our hands on Apple's much-coveted new laptop. Here's a first read. The new MacBook Pro: thinner than your index finger.FORTUNE -- Don't call it a MacBook Air. Apple's newest 15-inch uber-notebook may be thinner and lighter than older MacBook Pro models, but its redesigned aluminum body houses a...
4 things to know about the new MacBook Pro

Phil Schiller: App Store is more democratic than traditional retail, Passbook is not a direct payment service

9to5mac.com
New In a recent story about growing concerns among app developers who want better ways to promote their apps in the App Store, The Wall Street Journal published quotes from an interview with Apple’s vice president for worldwide marketing Phil Schiller about the “tremendous amount” of work Apple does to help...
Phil Schiller: App Store is more democratic than traditional retail, Passbook is not a direct payment service
MacBook Pro buyers: don't expect all your apps to be Retina-ready right away

Apple Steps Into Patent Fight To Unnecessarily Silence A Little Girl

www.techdirt.com
We've covered plenty of stories concerning Apple's ridiculously arbitrary nature as the gatekeeper for iOS apps, approving or pulling them with little reason. And, of course, we've discussed a variety of ridiculous patent lawsuits -- including one we wrote about back in March, concerning a fight over an iPad app...
Apple Steps Into Patent Fight To Unnecessarily Silence A Little Girl
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The battle for .app: Google, Amazon and 11 other companies apply for hottest TLD

thenextweb.com
Earlier today at an event in London, domain name regulator ICANN revealed the list of generic top level domains (gTLDs). While most of the focus is on securing brand names and trademarks, it’s the .app suffix that is the most contested. ICANN said that it received 1930 applications from 60 countries...
The battle for .app: Google, Amazon and 11 other companies apply for hottest TLD

Microsoft says building Metro apps for ARM the same as for Intel PCs

www.computerworld.com
As company preps Windows OS to run on ARM hardware, it assures developers that their x86/64 experience will translate...
Microsoft says building Metro apps for ARM the same as for Intel PCs

An ARM core in an AMD device? It just happened, but not the way you think

www.engadget.com
Yes, you heard right. AMD just added to ARM's burgeoning heap of gold coins, having licensed the British company's Cortex-A5 design for use in its own hardware. While this might sound like a dramatic capitulation on the part of the struggling giant, particularly after yesterday's news, it probably isn't....
An ARM core in an AMD device? It just happened, but not the way you think
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