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Thief Breaks Into Microsoft Research Office, Steals Only iPads

Posted on 16/01/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

I love Microsoft. I really do. They’re a powerful company with many great products, and most Apple fans don’t give them the credit they deserve. But be that as it may, I could not help from chuckling a bit over…

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Xerox CFO Luca Maestri to Jump Ship, Join Apple As Corporate Controller

Posted on 16/01/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Apple and Xerox have a lot of history spanning back several decades – most notably that Steve Jobs purchased technology from them that ultimately formed the first graphical interface for the Mac. Judging by a release from Xerox late last week, the two companies are about to share a little more history!

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How to Use a PlayStation 3 Controller to Play Games On Your Mac

Posted on 16/01/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Gaming on the Mac can be a rewarding experience, but there aren’t a great deal of Mac game controllers available (especially that you know you can rely on). Plus, if you’re already used to a Playstation 3 controller, using something different can be a confusing experience. Fortunately, you don’t have to worry about it – you can use your existing PlayStation 3 controller with your Mac via Bluetooth!

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Apple VP of Retail, Jerry McDougal Leaves Apple

Posted on 15/01/2013 by Chris Hauk

Apple vice president of retail Jerry McDougal has left the company to spend more time with his family. McDougal was a key player in Apple’s retail development during the last 12 years.

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Beware of the iPhone ‘Danger Zones’ (Infographic)

Posted on 15/01/2013 by Chris Hauk

As iPhone owners, we all want to avoid the “danger zones,” those places where you’re statistically more likely to break your precious device. But, do we really know all the danger zones?

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Apple Cuts Pricing on Thunderbolt Cable by 20 Percent, Releases New Shorter Version

Posted on 15/01/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Apple has reduced the price on their official Thunderbolt cable for the first time since launch, bringing the price down to $39 from the previous $49 price. They have also revamped their Thunderbolt cable lineup with the addition of a new shorter cable, with is 0.5M in length, and comes with a $29 price tag.

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Apple Reported to be Planning an R&D Center in Beijing

Posted on 15/01/2013 by Chris Hauk

An article from Chinese web portal Tencent claims that during his visit to China last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed the company’s plans to establish a research and development center in Beijing.

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Breaking Free: Ex-Microsoft Steven Sinofsky Now Uses iPhone

Posted on 15/01/2013 by Henry Taylor-Gill

Well that didn’t take long. After getting canned by Microsoft in November, Sinofsky has already started using an iPhone. He was caught tweeting from it, and later acknowledged that he did indeed use one, as well as a Samsung phone.

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Steve Jobs Honored in Russia With Giant Memorial iPhone Sculpture

Posted on 15/01/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

Adding to the many impressive monuments build in honor and memory of Steve Jobs, a massive new iPhone statue has been unveiled in St. Petersburg, Russia to pay tribute to the well-loved Apple co-founder. The tribute was designed by local native Gleb Tarasov, and plays back a slideshow with photos and video from Jobs’ life.

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Check Out This Full Length Real Life Toy Story Remake!

Posted on 15/01/2013 by Henry Taylor-Gill

Pixar’s Toy Story was, it is fair to say, one of the most significant films ever. It heralded a new type of animated film, with Steve Jobs having a significant involvement in its success. Some mad keen amateur fans have put together a pretty amazing remake of it though, taking it from the realm of animation to real life.

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Apple Honored With Technology and Engineering Emmy Award at CES 2013

Posted on 15/01/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

While Apple does not attend the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, their shadow still looms large over the event. This year, Apple loomed large at the event in another important way: By winning a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award!

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