Some Big Questions For Apple After The Shake-Up

Some Big Questions For Apple After The Shake-Up

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New KREMLINOLOGISTS looking for a new job might want to start studying the goings-on at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino. A rejig of the firm's top management team and the surprising departure of Scott Forstall, a highly regarded executive who ran the firm's mobile software operations, has sparked speculation in Silicon Valley...
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US Cellular rolls out 4G LTE to 30 new markets in 11 states

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New http://kim.com">details of a brand new filesharing service called Mega published on a new site. This time, Dotcom has employed a range of strategies to ensure that the site remains beyond the reach of US authorities by hosting the service outside of US jurisdiction as well as employing special encryption technologies....
Kim Dotcom rebounds with Mega, bypasses US

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Engadget Eurocast 003 - 11.01.2012

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Microsoft Surface orders finally reaching customers in the UK, Canada and Germany after delays

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Stop, Thief: Apple Patents Movement-Based Theft Detection System For iOS Devices

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