Without iPhone, Japan's biggest mobile carrier is losing subscribers at a record rate
Without iPhone, Japan's biggest mobile carrier is losing subscribers at a record rate
                                       

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Tim Cook Speaks About Apple Maps, Samsung, and Apple's Future in TV Interview with Brian Williams

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Tim Cook has held the reigns at Apple for almost a year now, and this evening, he gave his first official television interview with Brian Williams on NBC's Rock Center, where he spoke about his role as CEO after Steve Jobs, lamented about the Maps debacle, and revealed a few...
Tim Cook Speaks About Apple Maps, Samsung, and Apple's Future in TV Interview with Brian Williams

Uber For Maids: GetMaid Launches Its On-Demand, Premium Maid Service In New York

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Like Airbnb, Uber has spawned a subset of startups that are looking to capitalize on the success of its premium, mobile, on-demand model and bring a little innovation to their chosen offline industries. Exec, Cherry, YourMechanic and Postmates are a few examples of the growing “Uber for X” category. Naturally,...
Uber For Maids: GetMaid Launches Its On-Demand, Premium Maid Service In New York
Apple's bringing some manufacturing back to the U.S. But is it just a stunt?

Briefly: Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo blames iPhone for biggest ever loss in subscribers as Korea starts iPhone 5 sales

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Japan's largest wireless carrier NTT DoCoMo said Thursday that customers are jumping off its network to sign on with rival providers that carry the iPhone, while Samsung's home country of South Korea started sales of the latest iPhone 5....
Briefly: Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo blames iPhone for biggest ever loss in subscribers as Korea starts iPhone 5 sales

The iPhone 5 launches in Korea, Samsung's home turf, as Apple's fastest global rollout continues

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Apple’s iPhone has launched in South Korea, the home of its chief rival Samsung, bringing the total number of countries that it is available in to 48, as its fastest global rollout continues. It’s too early for sales figures, but the Chosun Ilbo reports that operators SK Telecom and KT held...
The iPhone 5 launches in Korea, Samsung's home turf, as Apple's fastest global rollout continues

Apple's Soft Core Is Its Strength

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Whether Apple's share-price plunge is justified comes down to one question: Is the iPhone maker a hardware or a software company?...
Apple's Soft Core Is Its Strength

Jury misconduct issue in Apple v. Samsung is over in 83 sec.

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Judge dispenses with motion with a terse "I think that topic has been fully briefed" FORTUNE -- To read the commentary in Groklaw, you might have thought that Velvin Hogan's role as foreman of the jury that slapped Samsung with $1.05 billion in  damages for infringing Apple's (AAPL) iPhone patents...
Jury misconduct issue in Apple v. Samsung is over in 83 sec.

YouTube on Roku: Twonky gets it done, AirPlay-style

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YouTube is finally coming to the Roku box. Sort of, anyway: San Diego-based second-screen specialist PacketVideo is going to show at GDGT Live Thursday night in San Francisco that its Twonky Beam app now works with Roku players as well as Microsoft’s Xbox 360, meaning that users will be able...
YouTube on Roku: Twonky gets it done, AirPlay-style

Tim Cook 'ditched' physical keyboards, uses iPad and iPhone 80% of the time

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NBC has posted another snippet of Tim Cook's interview with Brian Williams, this time regarding the Apple chief's love of the virtual keyboards implemented in iOS device like the iPad and iPhone....
Tim Cook 'ditched' physical keyboards, uses iPad and iPhone 80% of the time
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