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Apple Stocks Up on Components for Fall Product Launch

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Blackpool CreativeApple hasn’t yet officially announced the fall event at which it is expected to debut the next iteration of the iPhone, but it’s definitely planning one. iMore was first to report that the company has scheduled a special event for Wednesday, September 12, and now we’ve confirmed it as...
Apple Stocks Up on Components for Fall Product Launch

CEO Supper Club: If You Could Run Any Business Other Than Yours, Which Would It Be?

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A few weeks ago we grabbed Jive’s Tony Zingale, Box’s Aaron Levie, Atlassian’s Jay Simons, and Wells Fargo analyst Jason Maynard, and we took them to the Michelin starred restaurant The Plumed Horse. We gave them courses and courses of delicious, tiny food and lots of wine. And we...
CEO Supper Club: If You Could Run Any Business Other Than Yours, Which Would It Be?

iPhone 5 a Hit Based on Key "Line Length" Metric

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The lines to purchase one of Apple’s new iPhone 5s in certain major U.S. cities are longer than they have been for any other iPhone launch. That’s the word from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, whose team surveyed lines outside Apple Stores in New York, Boston and Minneapolis, and found...
iPhone 5 a Hit Based on Key "Line Length" Metric

CEO Supper Club: Meet America’s Lone Phablet Orders

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Theoretically someone is buying the Galaxy Note, but who would have thought it was actual tech snobs doing it? Following up on Andrew’s story about the surprising return of the stylus, we bring you a sighting of the Galaxy Note “phablet” in the wild. This video is part of...
CEO Supper Club: Meet America’s Lone Phablet Orders

iPhone Sales Should Get a Modest Lift From T-Mobile

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The iPhone’s imminent arrival of on T-Mobile, the fourth largest wireless carrier in the United States, should give a nice little bump to Apple’s quarterly iPhone sales, though perhaps not as big a one as you’d expect. News yesterday that Deutsche Telekom’s U.S. subsidiary has finally inked a deal with...
iPhone Sales Should Get a Modest Lift From T-Mobile

Why UBS Just Cranked Up Its Apple Target To $675

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It's another day ending in "-day" so another analyst has cranked up their price target on Apple. This time it's Maynard Um at UBS, putting a price target of $675 on the stock. That's up from the previous target of $550 billion. The reasons? They expect the iPhone 5...
Why UBS Just Cranked Up Its Apple Target To $675

CEO Supper Club: The Point of the Evening When We All Lose Our Minds

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And now we come to the end of our CEO dinner, when the wine kicks in, and I lose complete control of the interview. We start by asking everyone for their mediocre super powers…and…. I’ll just let you watch the rest. Here are our previous segments on Phablets, consolidation,...
CEO Supper Club: The Point of the Evening When We All Lose Our Minds

Apple claimed a staggering 80% of mobile profit in Q4

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Impressive data points from Apple’s record-setting holiday quarter continue to trickle out, and new estimates suggest that the company accounted for a staggering share of mobile profits in the fourth quarter of 2011. Morgan Keegan analyst Tavis McCourt wrote in a research note on Tuesday that Apple took in...
Apple claimed a staggering 80% of mobile profit in Q4

Both Verizon, AT&T see iPhone activations slip

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AT&T just confirmed it’s seeing the same trend we saw with the iPhone and Verizon last week: iPhone activations lost momentum last quarter. In a note to clients, Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um noted that it’s the second quarter in a row that AT&T’s iPhone activations have dropped. Um writes:...
Both Verizon, AT&T see iPhone activations slip

Verizon activates 9.8M smartphones during holiday quarter

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Verizon activated 9.8 million smartphones during the last quarter, the carrier has announced. The data comes from an 8-K filing made with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um notes that in Q4 2011 Verizon sold 7.7 million smartphones, of which about 56 percent were iPhones. If...
Verizon activates 9.8M smartphones during holiday quarter

Apple TV set - an enduring fantasy?

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Rumours continue over CEO Tim Cook's phrase 'an area of intense interest', but an Apple TV set still seems unlikelyWe all want TV done right, free of the Soviet era set-top box, UI and opaque contracts. We imagine Apple will put all the pieces together. But what's desirable and "obvious"...
Apple TV set - an enduring fantasy?

Larry Ellison Explains Where Oracle's Hiring And Who Got 'Downsized' (ORCL)

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Unconfirmed reports of layoffs at Oracle have been leaking all year long.  In an earnings call Tuesday, analysts asked Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and President Mark Hurd directly about headcount. Ellison and Hurd both said, unequivocally, that Oracle is hiring. Hurd said that Oracle has hired more than 3,000 people...
Larry Ellison Explains Where Oracle's Hiring And Who Got 'Downsized' (ORCL)

Apple Could Sell 12 Million NEW iPads This Quarter

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Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, says last weeks iPad launch was the company’s strongest ever. And while it does include 9 days of pre-orders, opening weekend iPad sales of 3 million is an impressive feat. How many companies can claim to have sold three million tablets...
Apple Could Sell 12 Million NEW iPads This Quarter

Apple and Samsung to pull in 90% of smartphone profits in 2012, UBS says

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Industry watchers agree that smartphone sales will continue to balloon in 2012, but much of the projected growth will seemingly be enjoyed by just two companies. In a report to clients earlier this week, UBS analyst Maynard Um lowered his full-year unit sales projections for cell phones to 1.69...
Apple and Samsung to pull in 90% of smartphone profits in 2012, UBS says

CEO Supper Club: Will Cloud Companies Consolidate or Be Consolidated?

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It’s time for part two of our excuse to get various tech CEOs drunk and ply secrets out of them CEO Supper Club. As a reminder, the guests for our initial dinner were some of the biggest names in the budding cloud computing movement: Aaron Levie of Box.com, Tony Zingale...
CEO Supper Club: Will Cloud Companies Consolidate or Be Consolidated?
Apple could sell 12 million new iPads this quarter, analyst says
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Dell buyout just got (much) more complicated

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If Michael Dell and his cohorts at Silverlake Partners thought their $24 billion buyout plan for Dell announced a month ago would be a slam dunk, they have another think coming. Several other interested parties have surfaced, including billionaire Carl Icahn, and when Icahn gets involved things definitely get more complicated....
Dell buyout just got (much) more complicated
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Apple's 'fat' 128 billion-byte iPad: What analysts are saying

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There's money to be made between a $699 64GB iPad and a $999 MacBook Air FORTUNE -- What at first glance seemed like a ho-hum memory boost may have deeper implications for Apple (AAPL), its margins and its competitors. Wells Fargo's Maynard Um: A 128GB fourth-generation iPad. "We believe the new...
Apple's 'fat' 128 billion-byte iPad: What analysts are saying

Wall Street: WSJ report of iPhone cut may be inaccurate

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An unverified rumor reprinted in The Wall Street Journal and repeated by other media outlets of Apple cutting orders on the iPhone 5, which briefly sent the stock below $500 is likely misleading, say two leading Wall Street analysts, and at best the result of misinterpretation of supplier reports. Both...
Wall Street: WSJ report of iPhone cut may be inaccurate

Early signs point to a big holiday quarter for Apple

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Apple made a huge bet by stacking most of its new product releases in the fourth quarter of 2012, and based on some early data on holiday sales, the gamble might just pay off. An important early indicator is the demand for Apple’s most important product, the iPhone, and how...
Early signs point to a big holiday quarter for Apple

Why Facebook Might Really Be Doing its Own Phone, Despite What Zuck Said

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Most of Facebook’s first earnings call was predictably boring. Revenue, EPS, the usual metrics and disclaimers. So, thank God for Wells Fargo analyst Jayson Maynard, who asked CEO Mark Zuckerberg point blank whether the company was building its own phone. At first Zuckerberg’s answer seemed to be a fairly strong...
Why Facebook Might Really Be Doing its Own Phone, Despite What Zuck Said
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CEO Supper Club: Is Atlassian the Only Software Company on the Planet that Doesn’t Need a Salesforce?

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This is the part of our dinner where we get into the biggest question that plagues this new generation of cloud startups: Is software bought or sold? Put another way: Do you still need all those obnoxious, elephant hunter salesmen? Most companies start from the position of saying software...
CEO Supper Club: Is Atlassian the Only Software Company on the Planet that Doesn’t Need a Salesforce?

Apple tracking for 12 million iPad sales this quarter

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UBS analyst Maynard Um believes that Apple is on track to record new iPad sales in the order of 12 million units. The estimate follows Appleís official announcement yesterday that it had sold a record 3 million new iPads in its first three days on sale. Um also believes that...
Apple tracking for 12 million iPad sales this quarter

Reports say Apple iPhone parts orders cut in hlaf

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Early Monday morning two separate reports were published claiming that Apple had cut orders from iPhone parts suppliers in half, due to weaker-than-expected demand from consumers. Japan’s Nikkei said that orders had been placed initially anticipating sales of around 65 million iPhones for the company’s second fiscal quarter of 2013....
Reports say Apple iPhone parts orders cut in hlaf
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