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Apple Halting Mac Component Orders Due to Overestimated Demand?

Intel Launches Dual-Core and Ultra-Low Voltage Ivy Bridge Processors

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The Verge reports that Intel has formally announced its next batch of Ivy Bridge processors, adding 14 new chips including four 17-watt ultra-low voltage processors that could appear in revamped MacBook Air models and several dual-core mobile chips that could be included in updated Mac mini and 13-inch MacBook Pro...
Intel Launches Dual-Core and Ultra-Low Voltage Ivy Bridge Processors

Microsoft Office 2013, Office 365 Home Premium available now; 365 for business coming later

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Until now, we've known almost all there is to know about Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365: we got hands-on with the new features last summer, and the company has even confirmed pricing. The only thing we weren't sure of was the exact on-sale date, but even that got...
Microsoft Office 2013, Office 365 Home Premium available now; 365 for business coming later

Tim Cook Shares Details About New 'Made in USA' Mac Model

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In his interview with Politico earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some additional details about the new Mac model that will be manufactured in the United States when it is announced later this year. Cook said that not only will the machine be assembled in the U.S., many of...
Tim Cook Shares Details About New 'Made in USA' Mac Model

Intel Officially Launches First Quad-Core Ivy Bridge Processors

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In line with the rumored April 23 launch date, BBC News reports that Intel has officially introduced the first batch of its next-generation Ivy Bridge processors. The processors are Intel's first to use a 22-nm manufacturing process and "Tri-Gate" technology of 3D transistors to reduce power and increase efficiency. The...
Intel Officially Launches First Quad-Core Ivy Bridge Processors
Tim Cook confirms: Apple spending $100 million to build new Macs in Texas
Apple CEO: "We're going very deep" with US manufacturing
Goldman Sachs says Apple is a 'buy' but needs more than UI upgrades at WWDC

Apple's Made-in-USA Mac Will Be Built in Texas

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Walt Mossberg: Will there be an Apple product ever made again in the United States? Tim Cook: I want there to be. Walt: You what? Tim: I want there to be. Walt: You want there to be. – Apple CEO Tim Cook and Walt Mossberg at D10, May 2012...
Apple's Made-in-USA Mac Will Be Built in Texas

Apple's 2013 product pipeline to feature new iPhones and all-Retina iPad and MacBook Pro lineups

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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has made his Apple hardware predictions for the upcoming year, and expects a bevy of new iOS and Mac product releases will help the iPhone maker address a wider swath of the market...
Apple's 2013 product pipeline to feature new iPhones and all-Retina iPad and MacBook Pro lineups
Study: Apple MacBook the best-performing, most reliable Windows laptop
Apple cuts back on Samsung-sourced iPad displays at patent trial heats up

Speculation Targets Mac Pro as First "Made in USA" Mac Product

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During his interview with Brian Williams, Tim Cook revealed that Apple is planning on bringing some of its Mac production back to the United States. Cook did not reveal which of the Mac lines would be part of the $100 million investment, but speculation has named the Mac Pro as the likely...
Speculation Targets Mac Pro as First "Made in USA" Mac Product

Stats: Apple's Mac lineup not immune to iPad effect

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Apple will report its quarterly earnings Tuesday afternoon, providing the latest glimpse into the sales of the company’s main iPhone, iPad and Mac product lines. One underlying question: How much will the iPad cut into Mac sales? The shift in consumer spending toward the iPad and other tablets has been...
Stats: Apple's Mac lineup not immune to iPad effect

Intuit Releases Lion-Compatible Quicken 2007 for Mac

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Last December, Intuit announced that it would be developing a version of its Quicken 2007 for Mac software compatible with OS X Lion, targeting "early spring" for a release. Quicken 2007 has remained a popular option for users of personal finance software despite its age, as Intuit opted to deploy...
Intuit Releases Lion-Compatible Quicken 2007 for Mac
Best Little MacBook in Texas (here's where Apple is going for its U.S. manufacturing)

New Macs, Updated iOS and Mac Software, No iOS Hardware Expected for WWDC

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Following Tim Cook's appearance at D11 last night, respected Apple journalist Jim Dalrymple has posted his expectations for Apple's WWDC Keynote next month. It's not clear if Dalrymple, who is known to have excellent contacts at Apple, is passing on something in particular from the company or it's just a...
New Macs, Updated iOS and Mac Software, No iOS Hardware Expected for WWDC

Apple sees TV "as a market that's been left behind"

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In his first television interview since becoming CEO of Apple, Tim Cook avoided answering any of the more probing questions of NBC’s Brian Williams. Cook did manage to be his usual cryptic self when it comes to public comments on Apple and the television business. Cook told Williams that Apple sees...
Apple sees TV "as a market that's been left behind"

Apple Predicted to Discontinue 17-Inch MacBook Pro

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Research analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has in the past offered accurate information on Apple's Mac product roadmap, recently took on a new position with KGI Securities and has published a new report today indicating that Apple may be preparing to drop the 17-inch MacBook Pro from its lineup due to...
Apple Predicted to Discontinue 17-Inch MacBook Pro

Apple Is Working On A New 15-Inch MacBook Pro With 'Jaw-Dropping' Retina Display (AAPL)

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Apple is preparing to release a new 15-inch MacBook Pro this summer that will come with Retina Display, 9To5Mac has learned. The laptop's Retina Display feature, which 9To5Mac's sources have described as "jaw-dropping," would make this the first Mac product to come with the high resolution display. Until now, Retina...
Apple Is Working On A New 15-Inch MacBook Pro With 'Jaw-Dropping' Retina Display (AAPL)

Intel Working to Boost Thunderbolt Speeds with Move to PCI-Express 3.0

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IDG News reports that Intel is currently working on shifting its Thunderbolt standard to the PCI-Express 3.0 protocol, a move that could allow the company to double data transfer speeds over existing implementations based on PCIe 2.0.Intel in the future will support the PCI-Express 3.0 protocol to shuttle data faster...
Intel Working to Boost Thunderbolt Speeds with Move to PCI-Express 3.0

Apple WWDC preview: What the analysts are saying

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Is Wall Street expecting AAPL to get a post-conference bounce? You be the judge. Prepping the Moscone Center. Photo: CNET FORTUNE — Apple’s (AAPL) World Wide Developers Conference — its only remaining public event not explicitly linked to a product announcement — is set to open in San Francisco Monday,...
Apple WWDC preview: What the analysts are saying

From The Garage To 200 Employees In 3-Years; How Nest Thermostats Were Born.

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Editor’s note: Derek Andersen is the founder of Startup Grind, a 40-city community bringing the global startup world together while educating, inspiring, and connecting entrepreneurs. I remember when the press first hit about Nest Labs, the guys behind the iPod/iPhone were taking on thermostats everywhere! A collective “huh?” went through the tech industry. It...
From The Garage To 200 Employees In 3-Years; How Nest Thermostats Were Born.
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