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Apple Updates Cupertino Campus 2 Proposal with Additional Bike Paths, Street Renderings and Parking

Apple Updates Cupertino Campus 2 Proposal with Additional Bike Paths, Street Renderings and Parking

  Apple has submitted a revised proposal for its upcoming spaceship-like campus in Cupertino, adding details of bike paths and access, street enhancements ... »

Apple Increases Buyback to $60 Billion, and Quarterly Dividend to 15%

Apple Increases Buyback to $60 Billion, and Quarterly Dividend to 15%

  Following its Q2 2013 earnings report on Tuesday, Apple announced that its Board of Directors authorized increasing share repurchasing to $60 billion, up... »

Apple Q2 ’13: Beats with $43.6 B rev, $9.5B profit at $10.09 EPS, with 37.4M iPhones sold, 19.5M iPads

Apple Q2 ’13: Beats with $43.6 B rev, $9.5B profit at $10.09 EPS, with 37.4M iPhones sold, 19.5M iPads

  Apple today announced its earnings for its second fiscal quarter of 2013. Apple’s revenue amounted to $43.6 billion in Q2. With earnings of $10.09 per sh... »

Apple’s Fiscal Q2 2013 in charts

Apple’s Fiscal Q2 2013 in charts

  Apple just announced its fiscal Q2 earnings results and we’ve charted them below for you against its previous quarters back to 2009.     »

Apple’s Stock Falls 5.42% in Normal Trading, Erasing $21.8 Billion From Its Market Valuation

Apple’s Stock Falls 5.42% in Normal Trading, Erasing $21.8 Billion From Its Market Valuation

  Apple, once a company whose stock only knew a single direction, is in the midst of a painful decline. Today, for the first time since late 2011, the comp... »

Samsung May Not Be Done Attacking Apple in Advertising

Samsung May Not Be Done Attacking Apple in Advertising

  Samsung‘s 2-minute Super Bowl ad featuring Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd was notable for its lack of animus towards the brand’s longtime foe, Appl... »

Quicksilver Application Launcher for Mac Emerges From Beta After Nearly 10 Years

Quicksilver Application Launcher for Mac Emerges From Beta After Nearly 10 Years

  Quicksilver, an application launcher built for OS X, has finally emerged from beta after almost 10 years of development with the release of version 1.0. ... »

What, exactly, WiFiSLAM is, and Why Apple Acquired It

What, exactly, WiFiSLAM is, and Why Apple Acquired It

  A couple of days ago the news broke that Apple had acquired indoor location startup WiFiSLAM. Since the company immediately pulled its website and Apple ... »

T-Mobile Will Sell the iPhone on April 12 For $99 Down, Twenty $20 Monthly Payments

T-Mobile Will Sell the iPhone on April 12 For $99 Down, Twenty $20 Monthly Payments

  The iPhone has been make-or-break for carriers. AT&T had exclusivity for a while, hurting Verizon and Sprint until they got their hands on the iconic... »

Manually Adjust Standby Mode on Your Retina MacBook Pro for a Faster Wake Up

Manually Adjust Standby Mode on Your Retina MacBook Pro for a Faster Wake Up

  Apple built a nifty standby mode into its recent MacBook Pro with Retina Display and MacBook Air notebooks that gives the machines up to 30 days of stand... »

5 Truths That Explain Our Love-Hate Affair With Apple

5 Truths That Explain Our Love-Hate Affair With Apple

  When Apple’s market cap soared to $660 billion last fall, the company was worth more than Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, two Nokias, and thre... »

Apple Tops JD Power Customer Satisfaction Study for Ninth Time in a Row

Apple Tops JD Power Customer Satisfaction Study for Ninth Time in a Row

  Apple has continued its long-running streak of taking the number one spot in customer satisfaction on JD Power’s semi-annual study. The iPhone maker achi... »

Eric Schmidt Drops a Hint That Google’s Siri Competitor is Coming to iPhone Soon

Eric Schmidt Drops a Hint That Google’s Siri Competitor is Coming to iPhone Soon

Business Insider, William Wei Google chairman Eric Schmidt hinted today that Google Now, the company’s Siri-like assistant for Android devices, has been s... »

Nobody Needs an Apple iWatch or Anything Like It

Nobody Needs an Apple iWatch or Anything Like It

Not a real product—nor does it need to be. FORTUNE — Apple and Samsung’s purported desire to create a “smart” watch to pair with their s... »

Review: The iMac Gets Thinner and Faster

Review: The iMac Gets Thinner and Faster

  The new 21.5-inch Apple iMac is almost as thin as an iPhone 5 and it lives up to its promise on speed–but you’re going to pay for it. I’... »

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