Apple Files Patent For Tech That Would Let You Pay For Anything With Your Mobile Device (AAPL)
Apple Files Patent For Tech That Would Let You Pay For Anything With Your Mobile Device (AAPL)
                       

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iOS 7 banner with icon spotted at WWDC pre-show setup

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New Apple's said a new iOS will be shown off at WWDC next week. A new banner suggests big changes afoot. [Read more]...
iOS 7 banner with icon spotted at WWDC pre-show setup

Steve Jobs' Top Adman Has A New Theory About Why Apple's Founder Named The Company After Fruit

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New Advertising legend Lee Clow worked with tech legend Steve Jobs for 30 years to create some of the most iconic commercials in advertising history. From the iPod shadow silhouettes to the "Think Different" slogan, Jobs and Clow collaborated on simple yet epic creative work. The Apple "ad factory" TBWA/Media Arts...
Steve Jobs' Top Adman Has A New Theory About Why Apple's Founder Named The Company After Fruit

Wireless pioneer says Apple's iPhone is bad for business

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Wireless pioneer says Apple's iPhone is bad for business

GamePop console to run iOS apps without using any Apple code

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A new TV game console dubbed GamePop will allegedly run iOS applications with virtualization, without using any of Apple's own code, potentially giving developers a new platform on which to offer their titles.    ...
GamePop console to run iOS apps without using any Apple code

Google Beats Apple & Facebook For Most Favorite Tech Company With 83% Favorable Rating

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A Washington Post poll ranking tech giants Google, Apple and Facebook revealed most Americans favor Google. Of the 1,007 Americans surveyed, 83 percent gave Google a favorable rating, while 72 percent gave Apple a favorable rating. Facebook scored the lowest with only 60 percent of survey... Please visit Marketing Land...
Google Beats Apple & Facebook For Most Favorite Tech Company With 83% Favorable Rating

How the US government, FBI, and NSA is spying on almost every American

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In the last 48 hours, it has come to light that the FBI and National Security Agency (NSA) have direct, government-mandated, warrantless access to servers at Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Skype, and other major internet companies. Furthermore, the NSA also requested -- and received -- data about every domestic call...
How the US government, FBI, and NSA is spying on almost every American

Apple puts up '7' banner in advance of WWDC, likely confirms new version of iOS

www.engadget.com
Well, we were pretty sure that Apple was going to out a new version of iOS next week, and a banner just went up at the Moscone Center in San Francisco (the venue for WWDC) seems to confirm the rumors. As you can see, it shows only the number...
Apple puts up '7' banner in advance of WWDC, likely confirms new version of iOS

Apple, Sony sign deal for iRadio streaming content

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Sony has signed a deal to supply music for Apple's upcoming streaming music service, usually nicknamed iRadio, a source allegedly familiar with the talks says. The agreement should mean that Apple has the three biggest record labels on board, including also Warner and Universal. Still missing is Sony/ATV, a joint...
Apple, Sony sign deal for iRadio streaming content

Apple, Sony sign deal for iRadio streaming content

www.electronista.com
Sony has signed a deal to supply music for Apple's upcoming streaming music service, usually nicknamed iRadio, a source allegedly familiar with the talks says. The agreement should mean that Apple has the three biggest record labels on board, including also Warner and Universal. Still missing is Sony/ATV, a joint...
Apple, Sony sign deal for iRadio streaming content
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