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How "Project Marklar" (AKA The Move To Port OS X To Intel) Was Kept Secret

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How "Project Marklar" (AKA The Move To Port OS X To Intel) Was Kept Secret: Amazing Quora response the question: “How does Apple keep secrets so well?“  Kim Scheinberg (the wife of long-time Apple engineer John Kullmann): No one has ever reported that, for 18 months, Project Marklar existed only...
How "Project Marklar" (AKA The Move To Port OS X To Intel) Was Kept Secret

NYT: Google to add Street View to Maps web app in two weeks

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While users wait for cartological improvements in Apple's new Maps service, they can still use all -- and then some -- of the functionality of the "old" Google-based Maps app by simply employing an iOS technology: visit the Google Maps website and add it as a "web app" to the...
NYT: Google to add Street View to Maps web app in two weeks

Meet The Women Who Help Keep Apple Insanely Great (AAPL)

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Apple, like many tech companies, has a reputation for being male- dominated at the top. There are no women in Apple's elite executive team and only one woman currently sits on the company's board of directors. Still, there are more than half a dozen women who hold prominent executive positions...
Meet The Women Who Help Keep Apple Insanely Great (AAPL)

One in four iPad purchases are made by first-time Apple owners

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The iPad has been highly successful at drawing new customers to Apple, as a new study has found that about 25 percent of buyers in the U.S. have made the iPad their first-ever Apple product....
One in four iPad purchases are made by first-time Apple owners

Apple tells court it is willing to pay Google for Motorola patents, but no more than $1 per device

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Apple’s legal team has told a Wisconsin court that it is willing to pay Google’s Motorola Mobility for patent licensing, but it will not pay more than $1 per device sold. While the price is of course on the low end, the news is huge given that this is the...
Apple tells court it is willing to pay Google for Motorola patents, but no more than $1 per device

iTunes Festival 2012 Live Streaming App Appears on Apple TV

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Back in May, Apple announced that its annual iTunes Festival in London would be moving to September for 2012, with the event once again offering 30 days of free concerts at The Roundhouse. While tickets to the shows have been awarded on a lottery basis, Apple this year is offering...
iTunes Festival 2012 Live Streaming App Appears on Apple TV

The Bottom Line on Apple and YouTube

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Normally, losing home page placement for an app on the iPhone and iPad would cause gnashing of teeth and wailing of tongues in the afflicted boardroom, along with wholesale firings and restructuring. But in YouTube’s case, losing that coveted spot on Apple’s mobile devices is an unequivocal blessing, not a...
The Bottom Line on Apple and YouTube
Packing up for CES 2013: Here's what we're looking forward to
Why You Shouldn't Expect Too Much From Apple's Next iPhone Software Release (AAPL)

Judge Grants David Einhorn's Motion Against Apple

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David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital has won a court order preventing Apple from holding a proxy vote on a proposal that would stop the company from being allowed to issue preferred stock. Einhorn had sued Apple in a federal court in Manhattan arguing that its proxy statement violated SEC rules that...
Judge Grants David Einhorn's Motion Against Apple
Does anyone care what Ed Zabitsky says about Apple?
Google CEO: Steve Jobs didn’t really hate Android

Apple hits a new all-time high of $636.54 in 'fear-driven rally'

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One fund manager says his biggest fear is that he's missed his chance to fully buy in FORTUNE -- The last time Apple (AAPL) closed above $630 was April 9, 2012. The next day it hit an intraday high of $644 before hurtling into a ragged six-week decline that by...
Apple hits a new all-time high of $636.54 in 'fear-driven rally'
Forget Wall Street, Occupy shits to the iPhone 5 launch

What The World's Biggest Apple Fanboy Has To Say About His New Job At Google (GOOG)

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MG Siegler, the TechCrunch columnist and venture capitalist known best for his unabashed pro-Apple bias, spurred a lot of discussion (and mockery) today when he announced he was departing Michael Arrington's VC firm CrunchFund for Google Ventures. The irony wasn't lost on us: the idea of a part-time Apple blogger...
What The World's Biggest Apple Fanboy Has To Say About His New Job At Google (GOOG)

Apple's iPhone tops JD Power satisfaction survey for 8th straight time

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Apple's iPhone once again topped the J.D. Power and Associates rankings for customer satisfaction, marking 8 straight surveys of besting the competition....
Apple's iPhone tops JD Power satisfaction survey for 8th straight time

Apple says its supply chain hit a new high of 99% 60-hour work week compliance in January, 2013

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Apple has published a new update to its Labor and Human Rights page that claims a new high of 99% compliance with China’s maximum 60-hour work week throughout its supply chain. Apple’s December update noted that it was tracking 1 million workers. In line with Chinese labor laws, Apple requires that workers...
Apple says its supply chain hit a new high of 99% 60-hour work week compliance in January, 2013
After just two months, new iPad share tops original

Apple's Market Cap Reaches $621B, Now The Most Valuable Public Company Of All Time

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Apple is now the most valuable company of all time, with the Cupertino-based company’s market cap reaching a high of $621 billion. The company’s stock is trading at $664.12 per share. Microsoft previously set the record at $618.9 billion in December of 1999. Apple’s shares have been trading higher on...
Apple's Market Cap Reaches $621B, Now The Most Valuable Public Company Of All Time
Court tells Apple that Amazon's use of the term "app store" is not false advertising

Apple’s legal response to DOJ in eBook price-fixing case

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Ars Technica posted Apple’s legal response (PDF) to the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the Cupertino, Calif.-based Company, and six publishers, for allegedly conspiring to fix eBook prices. In the document, Apple condemned the federal government for siding with ”with monopoly, rather than competition,” and then called the Department of Justice’s complaint ”fundamentally...
Apple’s legal response to DOJ in eBook price-fixing case

Apple Blows Past $500 Billion -- And It's Not Silly To Think It's Headed For $1 Trillion

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Apple (AAPL) crossed an amazing milestone in after-market trading yesterday, when its market capitalization exceeded $500 billion for the first time.  Apple is one of the only one of four companies in history to break this mark, and unlike others that have briefly traded in this neighborhood--Microsoft (MSFT) and...
Apple Blows Past $500 Billion -- And It's Not Silly To Think It's Headed For $1 Trillion
Why Does Apple Announce iPhone Pricing And Availability But Other Phone Makers Don't?
New Apple earbuds for iPhone 5 leak online
There's A New BlackBerry Ad That Takes Over Your iPhone Or Android's Screen (BBRY, GOOG, AAPL)

Apple's 2012 in Review: Archetypes, executive shuffles, patents and still no televisions

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Apple had a packed 2012. With a refresh of almost its entire lineup, an executive reshuffle that changed the face of the company and an enormous patent victory over Samsung, it was one for the books. Apple and Education Apple kicked off 2012 with an event in New York city...
Apple's 2012 in Review: Archetypes, executive shuffles, patents and still no televisions
iOS default despair: Where Ars staff turns for better app experiences

Tim Cook Talks Up Apple Software And Services: "We Are Not A Hardware Company"

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Once upon a time, Apple was a hardware company that also maintained a software and media ecosystem since it helped drive purchases of Macs, iPods and more. But over the years, the software and services side of the business has become increasingly important, and CEO Tim Cook even went so...
Tim Cook Talks Up Apple Software And Services: "We Are Not A Hardware Company"

Apple shares hit $500 for the first time

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Apple shares broke $500 for the first time on Monday, jumping 25 percent in six months after the hot tech stock passed the $400 mark in July. The tech stock has been steadily climbing, seeing a boost ahead of the rumored release of the iPad 3 in early March. Read...
Apple shares hit $500 for the first time

Apple's Public Relations Department Opening Up Under Tim Cook

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For years, Apple Public Relations has issued press releases for major product announcements, handed out exclusives and loaner units to a few select reporters and columnists, and occasionally signed off on an interview with one of the senior executives when it suited their marketing message. That strategy gave the company...
Apple's Public Relations Department Opening Up Under Tim Cook
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