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Keep That Expensive Mac Pro Safe With This $49 Lock Adapter From Apple

Posted on 03/07/2014 by Chris Hauk

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So yeah, you paid over $9K for that new Mac Pro, and people keep throwing their trash into the top of it, and you have nightmares that someone is going to slip into your office and steal the damn thing. Well, we can’t help you with the first thing, but we can help you in the theft worries department…

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Analysts Raising Apple Stock Targets By as Much as 30%

Posted on 02/07/2014 by Chris Hauk

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While analysts weren’t bullish on Apple last year, with many holding the belief that the company’s stock had seen better days, Fortune reports that Apple’s 7-for-1 stock split and stock repurchase plan is changing the way those same analysts are viewing the company’s stock.

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AppleCare+ Purchase Window Extended to 60 Days – Standard AppleCare Discontinued

Posted on 01/07/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Apple is making some significant changes in its AppleCare support offerings. It will be extending the purchase window for buying AppleCare+ to 60 days, and will be discontinuing the standard AppleCare offering in order to concentrate on sales of AppleCare+, which provides support for up to two incidents of accidental damage, in addition to two years of premium support.

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Apple’s Newly Revamped 16GB iPod touch Rolls Out in More Countries

Posted on 01/07/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Apple iPod fans throughout Europe, Asia, and South America now have the opportunity to grab Apple’s new 16GB iPod touch, as the revamped model has launched in a number of new countries just five short days after its debut in the United States. The new model offers feature parity with its larger touch siblings, including a 5MP iSight rear-facing camera.

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Apple Reportedly Building Its Own In-House Speech Recognition Team for Siri

Posted on 01/07/2014 by Chris Hauk

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Mid-June saw a report from The Wall Street Journal claiming that Nuance, the company behind the speech recognition technology that powers Apple’s virtual assistant Siri, was in talks to be acquired by Samsung Electronics. A new report, this time from Wired, says Apple is putting together its own in-house speech recognition team to power future versions of Siri.

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