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The Enterprise Tablet Party Is Over For Apple

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In 2010, Apple captivated PC users with the release of the iPad. The thin and light tablet with exceptional battery life, ease of use and attractive design became the must-have mobile device for many corporate executives and employees. With nothing comparable in the Windows PC world, Apple had the business...
The Enterprise Tablet Party Is Over For Apple
Apple reports the largest corporate earnings in the history of the earth, stock down 10%

A New DigiTimes Report Suggests The iPhone Business Will Significantly Slow Down This Quarter (AAPL)

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One of the big reasons Apple's stock has been demolished since September is concern about iPhone sales. There have been a multitude of reports saying Apple slashed its Q1 iPhone parts orders significantly. The Wall Street Journal blamed the cuts on "weak demand." This suggests Apple is going to have...
A New DigiTimes Report Suggests The iPhone Business Will Significantly Slow Down This Quarter (AAPL)

Apple to Samsung: You Give Us $2.5 Billion and We'll Give You a Half-Cent a Unit Royalty

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Apple has put a dollar figure on the damages it believes it’s owed by Samsung for the company’s alleged infringement of its patents, and it’s an awfully big number. According to a court filing first published by FOSS Patents, Apple is seeking $2.5 billion from its Korean rival, which it...
Apple to Samsung: You Give Us $2.5 Billion and We'll Give You a Half-Cent a Unit Royalty

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
Apple is again sending around updated brochures to Cupertino residents on upcoming Campus 2 project
German court rules Apple sharing customer data violates privacy laws

Reno: Home of the Biggest Little Apple Data Center in the World

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Apple’s plans to build a new data center in Reno, Nev., have been green-lit by the state, the last endorsement the company needed before moving ahead with the project. The Nevada Board of Economic Development endorsed the state-sponsored deal, which will see Apple granted $89 million in tax breaks to...
Reno: Home of the Biggest Little Apple Data Center in the World
iPad: higher market share in China than the rest of the world

HELP! I Got Attacked By Apple Fanboys!

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There's an interesting post over at ZDnet by Violet Blue, describing how she was gang-attacked online after writing a post that offended some Apple fanboys. The incident is convoluted. Blue apparently referred to someone at Macworld as a "Booth babe," and the fanboys got offended and demanded that Blue...
HELP! I Got Attacked By Apple Fanboys!

Apple Actively Recruiting Ex-Google Maps Employees

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TechCrunch reports that Apple is aggressively pursuing former and current Google Maps employees as part of its effort to build out its own Mapping solution. My source -- a contractor who worked on Google Maps as part of a massive undertaking to integrate Street View and newly licensed third-party data...
Apple Actively Recruiting Ex-Google Maps Employees
Record execs force Apple to delay streaming radio service for being cheap

How Apple Minimizes its Corporate Tax Burden

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In the latest installment of its "iEconomy" series, The New York Times takes a look at how Apple minimizes its corporate tax burden, taking advantage of a number of legal maneuvers and loopholes around the world. Apple's strategies are of course fully legal and used by many other corporations, but...
How Apple Minimizes its Corporate Tax Burden

Apple fixes potentially deadly Maps error, but countless others may remain

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It can’t be said enough times: iPhone users who rely on Apple (AAPL) Maps do so at their own peril. Jacqui Cheng at Ars Technica notes that although Apple has fixed the mistake in its Maps application that left several Australians stranded in the middle of a national park with no access...
Apple fixes potentially deadly Maps error, but countless others may remain
Bizzaro world: Apple, Samsung reverse two sales bans on one day in two countries
Apple Expands 'Maps Ground Truth' Hiring to Rest of the World

Apple sued by Shanghai firm for allegedly treading on patent with Siri, may say 'ni hao' in court

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For all the heat it dishes out elsewhere in the world, Apple has had a hard time catching a break in China -- between having to settle with Proview over the iPad trademark and a recent, smaller dispute over Snow Leopard, it's been primarily on the defensive. The latest...
Apple sued by Shanghai firm for allegedly treading on patent with Siri, may say 'ni hao' in court
TOPOLSKY: Google's Glass Design Is Better Than What Apple Has Been Doing Lately (GOOG)

The Most Popular Tech Ad of 2012 ... Isn't From Apple

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In the real world, Apple sells lots of hardware. On the Web, Apple generates lots of clicks. But when it comes to Web video, there are plenty of other tech brands competing for your eyeballs. Check out this list of 2012′s most popular tech ads, compiled by video tracker Visible...
The Most Popular Tech Ad of 2012 ... Isn't From Apple

Samsung definitely didn’t copy Apple with the design of this phone

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As Samsung and Apple continue to sue each other all over the world, Apple has repeatedly asserted that the South Korea-based vendor builds “copycat” devices that make unlawful use of Apple’s patents and steal elements of Apple’s designs. Only one court has wholeheartedly agreed with Apple’s claims thus far,...
Samsung definitely didn’t copy Apple with the design of this phone
Apple Again Solicits Cupertino Neighbors for Feedback on 'Campus 2' Project
Apple demands $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung

The Morning Lowdown 2-2-12

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Some of the stories people are talking about this morning: »  Facebook files $5 billion IPO (paidContent). 2.7 billion daily likes and other key numbers from the S-1 (paidContent). »  Facebook’s IPO: The next Google? (NSDQ: GOOG) Or the next Groupon? (NSDQ: GRPN) (Wired) »  Tumblr hires writers to...
The Morning Lowdown 2-2-12

Apple, Google, Samsung and more team up in $525M purchase of Kodak patents

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Today Kodak announced the $525 million sale of its patents to two firms, Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corporation. Interesting is the fact that the two companies will work with 12 intellectual property licensees in order to pay a portion of that over $500 million price tag. The 12 licensees, which...
Apple, Google, Samsung and more team up in $525M purchase of Kodak patents

Apple funding “large portion” of Samsung’s Texas chip-making plant, says analyst

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Despite courtroom battles between the two companies around the world, Apple still relies on Samsung to provide much of the components for its smartphone and tablet devices, so much so that it is believed that it has invested a significant amount in the Korean firm’s Texas-based chip making plant. Samsung...
Apple funding “large portion” of Samsung’s Texas chip-making plant, says analyst

Apple names European exec to head retail ops (AP)

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AP - In its quest to spread its stores around the world, Apple is reaching over the Atlantic to snatch the CEO of a British electronics chain to head its retail operations....
Apple names European exec to head retail ops (AP)

Woz Watch: Steve Wozniak Waiting For One Of The First iPhone 5′s in Australia

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Every time Apple releases a new iPhone, Steve Wozniak is going to be waiting up all night on line to get one. TechCrunch was planning to talk to him at one of his usual digs at an Apple Store in Los Gatos or San Jose. But, this time it turns...
Woz Watch: Steve Wozniak Waiting For One Of The First iPhone 5′s in Australia

Apple updates Cupertino Campus 2 proposal with additional bike paths, street renderings and parking

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Apple has submitted a revised proposal for its upcoming spaceship-like campus in Cupertino, adding details of bike paths and access, street enhancements and parking spaces to the mammoth construction project. Last November, Apple revised its timetable for the project, which the late Steve Jobs had a hand in designing, and it...
Apple updates Cupertino Campus 2 proposal with additional bike paths, street renderings and parking

China Telecom to Start Selling iPhones on March 9th

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As has been long rumored, China Telecom announced today that it has signed an agreement with Apple Inc to sell iPhones in China. China Telecom would be the second carrier in China to carry the iPhone. Previously, China Unicom had exclusive rights to the iPhone in China. Apple PR released...
China Telecom to Start Selling iPhones on March 9th
Why the Fall of 2012 Will Determine Microsoft's Fate
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