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Apple Store now selling Nest Thermostat: automated toastiness to cost $250

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Apple liked it so much, it's decided to let the Nest Thermostat share shelf space in its bricks-and-mortar stores and online. Following rumors that Tony Fadell's latest project would appear at his former employer, it's now been confirmed with an online listing. Following some brief downtime on the Cupertino...
Apple Store now selling Nest Thermostat: automated toastiness to cost $250
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iPod owners notified of RealNetworks lawsuit's class action status, given chance to cash in

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Remember RealNetworks' 2005 lawsuit over Apple's effort to keep Harmony DRM off of the iPod, calling the countermeasures an abuse that locked customers into Apple's FairPlay copy protection and the iTunes Store? You're forgiven if you don't -- the complaint was filed in 2005. Even with iTunes having gone...
iPod owners notified of RealNetworks lawsuit's class action status, given chance to cash in

iOS 5.1 gets tethered jailbreak for non-A5 iPads, iPhones and iPods

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We've got good news for anyone intrigued by the new (largely incremental) features of Apple's latest mobile OS update. MuscleNerd, famed iOS meddler, has confirmed that iOS 5.1 can be jailbroken to the original iPad, iPhone 4 and 3rd and 4th generation iPod Touch devices. Unfortunately, it's still a...
iOS 5.1 gets tethered jailbreak for non-A5 iPads, iPhones and iPods

The Apple Store Might Be Coming Soon To Sam's Club

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Apple is in early discussions with Sam's Club to open retail locations inside of its stores, reports 9to5Mac. Sam's Club already sells Apple's iPhones, iPods, and iPads, but the proposed arrangement would allow for a store-in-a-store situation. Apple is already planning this same scenario under a partnership with Target. There's...
The Apple Store Might Be Coming Soon To Sam's Club

REPORT: The iPhone 5 Will Be Taller, Thinner, And Have A 4-Inch Screen (AAPL)

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Jeremy Horwitz of iLounge is reporting he has some details on Apple's next iPhone. Of note, the body will be taller (but not wider) and have a larger screen. Here are the key details from his report: The next iPhone will be about 10mm taller than the iPhone 4S. It'll...
REPORT: The iPhone 5 Will Be Taller, Thinner, And Have A 4-Inch Screen (AAPL)
Good Deal: 10 percent off all iPads and iPods on Newegg

Yandex bets on iPhone to get Russia paying for music

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Moscow-based search engine Yandex is hoping to steal a march on international rivals with a new music subscription app for the iPhone — but it’s gambling that users will be ready to stump up cash for the service in a country where paid-for digital music is rare. With major music...
Yandex bets on iPhone to get Russia paying for music
Microsoft. Kicks. Ass.

Apple Has Been Sitting On Kinect-Like Motion Control Technology For Years, And It Could Finally Show Up In The New Apple TV (AAPL)

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Apple has actually had motion-sensing camera technology similar to the Xbox Kinect motion controller since 2005, a source familiar with the software tells us. The original technology, called "gestures," was built by a interns around the time the first iPods were starting to gain real traction, according to our source....
Apple Has Been Sitting On Kinect-Like Motion Control Technology For Years, And It Could Finally Show Up In The New Apple TV (AAPL)

Apple extends its Korean iPhone return policy to cover the iPad and iPod

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Apple has quietly updated its returns policy in Korea, where it will now replace malfunctioning iPads and iPods returned with one month of purchase with brand new products, according to a Chosunilbo report. The company’ global policy sees defective products replaced by refurbished units but, pressed by Korea’s Fair Trade Commission...
Apple extends its Korean iPhone return policy to cover the iPad and iPod

IKEA to sell TVs integrated in its furniture

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Associated Press Already the one-stop shop for smart and compact home furnishing, IKEA is venturing into the world of technology — with the IKEA TV. European Pressphoto Agency LED TV and sound system integrated in the furniture are part of a mock-up for Swedish home furniture firm IKEA’s venture into...
IKEA to sell TVs integrated in its furniture

Apple's CPU architect Jim Keller departs to head up chipmaker AMD's processor group

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Chipmaker AMD this morning announced that it has hired Jim Keller as corporate VP and chief architect of the company’s microprocessor cores. Before, Keller was a director in the platform architecture group at Apple, where he architected several generations of mobile processors, including the chip families found in iPads, iPhones,...
Apple's CPU architect Jim Keller departs to head up chipmaker AMD's processor group

Purported fifth-gen iPod touch panel slips out, show a tall 4.1-inch screen that's possibly iPhone-bound

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It's been a long, long time since Apple undertook a significant redesign of the iPod touch, which hasn't been looked at since 2010 and received just a splash of white last year. A possible front panel part leak we've just seen could overturn all that -- and hint at...
Purported fifth-gen iPod touch panel slips out, show a tall 4.1-inch screen that's possibly iPhone-bound

Turning a Platform Into an Operating System: A Facebook Phone's Biggest Challenge

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One thing to realize about Facebook is that it is a platform. A platform allows developers and companies to build on top of it, build apps for it and interact with it through a variety of mediums. In that way, Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android are both platforms, but Android...
Turning a Platform Into an Operating System: A Facebook Phone's Biggest Challenge
Noted analyst shares predictions for next-generation iOS devices, MacBooks, iMacs
Chart: In Four Years, Apple Sold More iPhones Than All Macs Ever

Apple reports Q2 2012 results: 35 million iPhones, $11.6 billion profit

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Apple just announced its Q1 2012 results with $11.6 billion in profit from $39.2 billion revenue — a huge increase from the $5.99 billion profit and $24.67 billion revenue reported in Q1 2011. It didn't quite hit the same level as Apple's record-breaking previous quarter, but that had the...
Apple reports Q2 2012 results: 35 million iPhones, $11.6 billion profit

Apple Reports Results for Q2 2012: $11.6 Billion Profit on $39.2 Billion in Revenue

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Apple today announced financial results for the first calendar quarter of 2012 and second fiscal quarter of 2012. For the quarter, Apple posted revenue of $39.2 billion and net quarterly profit of $11.6 billion, or $12.30 per diluted share, compared to revenue of $24.67 billion and net quarterly profit of...
Apple Reports Results for Q2 2012: $11.6 Billion Profit on $39.2 Billion in Revenue

Apple Q2 2012: 35.1M iPhones, 11.8M iPads, 4M Macs, and 7.7M iPods

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Apple just released its second quarter financial numbers. Overall hardware sales decreased from its record previous quarter but with the notable exception of the iPods, they’re up from the same quarter a year ago. Apple sold 88% more iPhones in the quarter than it did during the same time last...
Apple Q2 2012: 35.1M iPhones, 11.8M iPads, 4M Macs, and 7.7M iPods
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Apple’s Q2 2012: $11.6B In Profit, $39.2B In Revenue, 35.1M iPhones Sold

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Apple has just posted their Q2 2012 financials, and revealed that over the last 14 weeks the company has pulled in $11.6 billion in profit on $39.2 billion in revenue, which breaks down to $12.30 per share. Analysts expected earnings of $10.02 per share on $36.81 billion in revenue. Apple...
Apple’s Q2 2012: $11.6B In Profit, $39.2B In Revenue, 35.1M iPhones Sold

Apple Korea offering new replacements of iPad, iPod to fit local rules

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Apple's Korean division has agreed to replace defective iPads and iPods with brand-new devices for up to one month after purchase in order to comply with local regulations....
Apple Korea offering new replacements of iPad, iPod to fit local rules

Why Nest Founders Tony Fadell And Matt Rogers Left Apple To Build A Thermostat

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This is what happens when two guys who helped develop iPods and iPhones decide to make a thermostat. In the 35 years since a cardigan-clad Jimmy Carter called on America to turn down the thermostat, the technology behind household climate control hasn’t changed much. Sure, there were some incremental improvements,...
Why Nest Founders Tony Fadell And Matt Rogers Left Apple To Build A Thermostat

Apple's TV Remote of the Future? It's Already Here, In Your Hands

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It’s possible that one day, Tim Cook will stand up onstage and show off a “real” Apple TV set — an integrated box/screen/entertainment device  – that will replace whatever’s sitting in your living room now. Another possibility: Over time, Apple simply builds an Apple TV set right in front of...
Apple's TV Remote of the Future? It's Already Here, In Your Hands
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Apple Q3 2012: 26M iPhones, 17M iPads, 4M Macs, and 6.8M iPods

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Apple managed to move a lot of iDevices over the last three months. The company just reported it’s third quarter financials and detailed iPhone, iPod, and iPad unit sales. The iPad saw a killer quarter with sales up from from 11.8M units in Q2 to 17M in Q3. That said,...
Apple Q3 2012: 26M iPhones, 17M iPads, 4M Macs, and 6.8M iPods

Why doesn't Apple employ more US workers?

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The electronics giant assembles its gadgets in China. But, according to new research, if it moved its production home, it would still be hugely profitable and create thousands of jobsAn old rule states that you are a mere six degrees of separation away from anyone else on the planet. For...
Why doesn't Apple employ more US workers?
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Apple's iOS devices: Selling 'em as fast as it can make 'em

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The company is ramping up production at ever more impressive rates The new iPad in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook often says about the company's iOS devices that it is selling them as fast as it can make them. In that context, the chart published Tuesday by Piper...
Apple's iOS devices: Selling 'em as fast as it can make 'em
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