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Apple Rumor Patrol: Let's Talk About Apple TV

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Seems like five minutes can't go by without more speculation about the biggest company in the world. Now, however, there's a good reason: It appears the long-anticipated Apple TV really is arriving later this year (or next). A 2013 Debut?At this moment, the Apple television is technically fictional. That's because...
Apple Rumor Patrol: Let's Talk About Apple TV

iFixit pries open new 21.5-inch iMac, finds twin mics and a glued on display

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We got an early teardown of the latest 21,5-inch iMac thanks Japanese site Kodawarisan, but now it's had the full iFixit treatment. The overall verdict? Well iFixit weren't overly enthused with some of the new design's internal fixings, making a special reference to the use of glue to bind...
iFixit pries open new 21.5-inch iMac, finds twin mics and a glued on display

Briefly: CubEdge, Google Offers for iOS, Adobe Connect

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CubEdge is running a Kickstarter campaign aimed at getting funding for the production of an eco-friendly, wireless Bluetooth speaker. All of the major components in the Edge.sound are biodegradable, and CubEdge offers solar energy options to power the device. The Edge.sound is Bluetooth-enabled, enabling it to connect to iOS and...
Briefly: CubEdge, Google Offers for iOS, Adobe Connect

Remembering WEIZAC: the beginning of computing in Israel

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Israel is now one of the world’s tech powerhouses, second only to Silicon Valley as a hub for startups, but it wasn’t always this way. Today, in honour of the 84th birthday of Professor Aviezri Fraenkel, we’re delighted to share a short film sharing his story of working on the...
Remembering WEIZAC: the beginning of computing in Israel

Saturn V rocket engines recovered from seabed

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Rocket engines that took astronauts to the moon have been recovered from the Atlantic in a Jeff Bezos-funded expedition Significant pieces of the giant Saturn V rocket engines that took astronauts to the moon more than four decades ago have been recovered from the seabed of the Atlantic Ocean in...
Saturn V rocket engines recovered from seabed

HP Z1 gets torn down, given rare perfect repair score

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HP's Z1 Workstation has gone under the tools of the iFixit crew for a teardown and generated a first-ever perfect 10 score for reparability. It appears HP made good on its promise of offering the first 27-inch workstation that lets user upgrade its major components without any tools. The only...
HP Z1 gets torn down, given rare perfect repair score

Viximo Goes After Mobile Game Developers With Launch Of SocialZone

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Viximo, originally a virtual goods marketplace until moving into web-based social game distribution a couple of years back, is shifting yet again. This time, Viximo is moving to mobile. Today, the company is introducing a platform for mobile game developers called SocialZone which delivers a modular set of tools that...
Viximo Goes After Mobile Game Developers With Launch Of SocialZone
The PC inside your phone: A guide to the system-on-a-chip
Success: Bezos recovers sunken Apollo rocket engines
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recovers Apollo spacecraft engines from the bottom of the ocean

Tim Cook: Apple TV Sales doubling this year, have sold 2.7M so far

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Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at the All Things D Conference today in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. A variety of issues were covered, but one of the major components was discussion of the Apple TV. Cook said that Apple was on track to double sales of the Apple TV this year and...
Tim Cook: Apple TV Sales doubling this year, have sold 2.7M so far

Office 2013 Web Apps: A step forward, but still dependent on the desktop

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Microsoft Office 2013, formally unveiled on Monday, embraces the cloud more fully than any previous version of the age-old productivity suite. We’ve already examined the desktop versions of the programs at some length, but they aren’t the only apps that picked up new features—Office Web Apps, the browser-based versions of Office’s...
Office 2013 Web Apps: A step forward, but still dependent on the desktop

Tim Cook: Customers Choose To Buy Our Products Because We Don't Cut Corners

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During the Q4 2012 earnings call today, Tim Cook fielded a question regarding the upcoming strong financial push that Apple will be making this holiday season. As you know, Apple had a strong Q4 and has just re-launched its complete lineup of products. It’s before Christmas, so someone is...
Tim Cook: Customers Choose To Buy Our Products Because We Don't Cut Corners

Ericsson CEO: Don’t look now but HetNet is sneaking up on us

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Lately we’ve written a lot about the heterogeneous network, or HetNet, exploring how today’s big-tower mobile grids will evolve into dense, multi-layered and tremendously high capacity networks. Given the complexity of such systems, it’s easy to imagine HetNet as a technology of the distant future, but the CEO of world’s...
Ericsson CEO: Don’t look now but HetNet is sneaking up on us

LEAKED: Here Is The Front Of The iPhone 5, Taken Apart (AAPL)

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Another day, another (alleged) leaked iPhone 5 part. Today, French gadget blog NowhereElse has uncovered this photo of the entire front assembly of what appears to be Apple's next phone. The photo clearly shows all of the sensors, the alleged Sharp display, smaller Sim Card tray, and a few other major components....
LEAKED: Here Is The Front Of The iPhone 5, Taken Apart (AAPL)

Tim Cook: Smartphone revolution is in the early stages, will be a 1B unit market in 3 years

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Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at the All Things D Conference today in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. A variety of issues were covered, but one of the major components was discussion of the smartphone market, which Cook said was in its early stages, on track to become a 1B unit...
Tim Cook: Smartphone revolution is in the early stages, will be a 1B unit market in 3 years
Apple's iPads are the hardest tablets to fix, but also need repairs the least
Wantful lays off a third of its staff to 'focus on what works well'
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