Steve Jobs' Yacht 'Venus' Launched in the Netherlands

Steve Jobs' Yacht 'Venus' Launched in the Netherlands

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New Earlier this year, it was revealed that French designer Philippe Starck was working with Dutch shipbuilder Feadship on a new yacht for the family of Steve Jobs. The yacht had been mentioned in Walter Isaacson's biography of Jobs as a project he had been working on since 2009, but the...
Steve Jobs' Yacht 'Venus' Launched in the Netherlands
                                       

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Want to play old school Nintendo games on your iPad? Download Google Play apps from foreign countries to your Galaxy Tab? If so, you'll have to break the law. That's because under new rules issued by the U.S. government, jailbreaking (or in the case of Android, rooting) tablets becomes a...
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Google Cancels Its October 29 Android Event Because Of Hurricane Sandy (GOOG)

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Google just notified the press that its big Android event in New York on October 29 has been canceled due to Hurricane Sandy. Sandy will likely hit the East Coast on October 29 or 30. Google was expected announce a new Nexus smartphone made by LG, a new 10-inch tablet...
Google Cancels Its October 29 Android Event Because Of Hurricane Sandy (GOOG)

Google scrubs October 29th event over Hurricane Sandy worries

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We hope you weren't basing your calendar around Google's big Android event on October 29th. The company has confirmed to us that it's postponing the event to an as yet undetermined point in the future due to Hurricane Sandy, whose East coast arrival will follow so closely before the...
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Phil Schiller Claims Customers Aren't Asking for Built-In Blu-Ray Anymore

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Apple customers are no longer asking for Blu-ray drives in their Macs these days, according to Apple marketing head Phil Schiller. This is perhaps unsurprising given Apple's trend toward removing optical drives from its notebook and now desktop lines, but may still cause some consternation among Blu-ray fans. A MacRumors...
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Apple's Rational for a Smaller iPad After Steve Jobs

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Steve Jobs was never thought to be a fan of a 7-inch tablet, yet Apple just released a smaller version of the iPad coming in at 7.9 inches long....
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APPLE: Here's Why We Made A Small iPad Even Though Steve Jobs Said He Hated Small Tablets

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Steve Jobs once trashed smaller tablets on an Apple's earnings call, saying, "we think the 10-inch screen size is the minimum size required to create great tablet apps." But now, Apple is making a smaller tablet, the iPad mini. So, what gives? On last night's earnings call, CEO Tim Cook...
APPLE: Here's Why We Made A Small iPad Even Though Steve Jobs Said He Hated Small Tablets
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