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    The Rise and Fall (But Mostly Rise) of Apple Stock

    You might have heard something about Apple’s stock taking a savage beating in the past few months. From a high of $705.07 in September of 2012, Apple has shed about a third of its value – it closed at $430.47 when trading wrapped up on Friday. That’s an incredible fall in just six months – the […]

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    Queen Elizabeth Knights Apple’s Jonathan Ive

    The British Empire was busy conferring honors at the turn of the new year, with one deserving honoree being Jonathan Ive. Ive might be called the silent hero of Apple, acting as the Senior Vice President of Industrial Design. As head of the design team, Ive helped create the great marriage of style and substance […]

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    Apple Retail Store Grand Central, A Photo Tour

    There has been a lot of excitement surrounding the opening of the Apple Store in Grand Central this weekend. After all, it’s not every day that an electronics store takes over a massive area in one of the busiest and most famous train station terminals in the world. Being the fearless Apple fans that we […]

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    Apple to Use Sharp LCDs for Next Apple TV

    You didn’t think Apple would stay on the sidelines while Samsung and Google are making strides in the smart TV market, did you? Hopefully not, because it looks like an Apple TV is going to be hitting markets in the middle of next year. Word is that Sharp has been tabbed to produce the television […]

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    Pulsate like a Mac with the iNecklace

    Taking a break from the technology overload at IFA, lets concentrate on something more important – like jewelry. More specifically the iNecklace. The iNecklace is an aluminum pendant with a subtle pulsating LED that takes its pattern from the Apple “breathing” LED on Macs. Not only does it fit in nicely with any type of […]

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    MacBook Air 11-inch VS. MacBook Air 13-inch – K.O.!

    So you have been eyeing the new MacBook Airs. Maybe you’re considering getting one for school this Fall. But you can’t decide whether or not to go with the 13-inch or the 11-inch model? We feel your pain. Last week we reviewed the 11-inch Core i5 1.6GHz (summer 2011) model and we’re quite taken with […]

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    MacBook Air 11-inch Review (Summer 2011)

    Last year we reviewed the MacBook Air 11-inch (late 2010). Almost 10 months later, Apple has rolled out an update to the Air, the MacBook Air (summer 2011). Apple has left most of what made the last gen MacBook Air intact. The system still sports the same high quality display, lovely unibody design and form-factor […]

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    Associated Press Attempts to Update Steve Jobs’ Obituary

    It’s no secret that if you are famous, you have an obituary waiting to be printed the minute you kick the bucket. Over time it just gets updated to include current relevant data. Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson, all had a prepared obit. And we’re sure that the likes of Lady Gaga and even Robert Pattinson […]

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    PLAYMOBIL Apple Store Playset Comes with iPhones and iPads

    This awesome new mini Apple Store playset from ThinkGeek might just be for April Fools’, but we want it to be real!!! The Apple Store Playset lets you relive the Apple Store experience at home, with bite-sized MacBooks, iPhones and iPads, and even accessories! There is everything from a miniature Genius Bar to a keynote […]

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    Apple’s App Subscription Plan Makes Developers Give Them More Money

    In today’s mobile device dominated world, publications and media providers have been turning more and more to subscriptions offered to their app customers in order to survive and grow. Well, to no one’s surprise, Apple wants a cut of the profits made through those apps. Apple has announced that it will require app developers to […]

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    HP Envy 100 e-All-in-one Printer Makes Printers Sexy

    HP has announced the HP Envy 100 All-in-one, which is the World’s First PVC-free printer. It promises to be whisper-quiet and sports a 3.45″ touchscreen display, along with wireless web connected printing, all in a very compact and slim form-factor that really does look good enough to be left in your living room. It’s design […]

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    HP Photosmart eStation Printer has Removable Touchscreen with Web Browser & Widgets

    The HP Photosmart eStation Ai0 is the world’s first printer with a full web browser that operates on a detachable 7″ touchscreen. This removable touchscreen display also features Yahoo! integration (that includes Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! Messenger, Yahoo! Search and Yahoo! Weather direct from the display), it comes with neat widgets and apps – including an […]

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    Apple iPad Dock Review

    There is nothing too special about Apple’s official iPad Dock. It’s a dock that charges and syncs your iPad. The dock is all white (and Apple-y looking) with a rubber grip on the bottom. It does not come with a charging cable, so you will need to use your own. It mounts iPad at an […]