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Apr
16

Samsung expert witnesses: Sorry, Apple, there’s no infringement – CNET


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Samsung expert witnesses: Sorry, Apple, there's no infringement
CNET
Several computer science professors, including Kevin Jeffay of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, testify that Samsung's devices don't infringe Apple's various patents and that Apple's patents aren't valid. by Shara Tibken · @sharatibken
Apple v. Samsung: Samsung tech experts take on iPhone maker's patent claimsSan Jose Mercury News
Samsung Contests Apple's Patent Claims in $2 Billion CaseBloomberg
Samsung calls on computer scientists to refute Apple patent claimsApple Insider
Wall Street Journal (blog) -VentureBeat -New York Times
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Apr
15

Apple’s March Quarter Nothing To Get Excited About – Forbes

Apple's March Quarter Nothing To Get Excited About
Forbes
Apple Apple is scheduled to release its March quarter results after the close on Wednesday, April 23. It appears from my modeling that Apple is on track to be just above the mid-point of its revenue guidance and at the high-end of EPS when using its

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Apr
14

Envisioning an Apple iPhone 6 ‘phablet’ – CNET


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Envisioning an Apple iPhone 6 'phablet'
CNET
NPD DisplaySearch (among others) back in January said it was seeing activity among the chain of display suppliers that Apple was testing a 5.5-inch product. But Kuo is one of the first to anticipate some other potentially intriguing high-end aspects.
Apple may seek health insurer subsidies for iWatch fitness bandsInvestor’s Business Daily
Leaks from China reveal features of new Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone phabletChinatopix
Analyst: Apple's iWatch May Be Subsidized by Health InsurersWall St. Cheat Sheet
iClarified -Wall Street Pit
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Apr
13

Wolff Olins Global CEO Karl Heiselman Leaves to Join Apple – AdAge.com


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Wolff Olins Global CEO Karl Heiselman Leaves to Join Apple
AdAge.com
Mr. Heiselmen was a design contractor for Apple in the early 1990s, before Steve Jobs returned to save the company. "It was a bit of a weird time, they were trying to find their way," Mr. Heiselman told The Guardian in 2009. "The big lesson I learned
Apple hires CEO of brand consultant Wolff Olins in marketing pushApple Insider
Apple Continues to Revamp Marketing Efforts With New HireWall St. Cheat Sheet
Apple Hires Wolff Olins CEO Karl Heiselman To Join Its Marketing TeamAppAdvice
Mac Rumors -9 to 5 Mac
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Apr
12

This Week’s Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible – Wired


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This Week's Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible
Wired
This week, there are even more than usual thanks to a host of analyst predictions and Apple's impending WWDC. Some are legit, but many are totally bogus. As always, we've parsed the rumors, ranking them in order from “utterly ridiculous” to “duh, of
Bloom.fm: Apple banned us from iAd because we're 'a threat'CNET
Friday Apple Rumors: Motion-Controlled Apple TV Box Coming This FallInvestorplace.com
Rumor: Apple to offer hi-res 24-bit tracks on iTunes in coming monthsApple Insider
Mac Rumors -9 to 5 Mac -Latin Post
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Apr
11

Apple’s Top Product Pundit Predicts 2014: Here’s What You Need To Know – Forbes


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Apple's Top Product Pundit Predicts 2014: Here's What You Need To Know
Forbes
Because Apple Apple rumors come and go faster than the latest celebrity gossip, it's often challenging to to know whether they are worthy of your attention. When they come from KGI Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo, however, anyone interested in what's coming
Brand new Apple TV with Kinect-like motion controls to launch in late 2014BGR
New Apple TV box with motion controls to play 'key role' for Apple this year Apple Insider
Apple iWatch rumors: Two sizes, more than $1K, flexible displayCNET
Mac Rumors -New York Post -Christian Science Monitor
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Apr
10

Apple to lose key iPhone engineer – CNET


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Apple to lose key iPhone engineer
CNET
Greg Christie, a vice president and engineer who played an important role in developing software for the original iPhone, is leaving Apple, dealing it a blow during a key time for the company. Christie had headed up Apple's Human Interface team
Veteran Apple Designer Greg Christie Departs As Jony Ive's Role GrowsTechCrunch
Apple's Star Designer Jonathan Ive Set to Expand RoleWall Street Journal
'Slide to Unlock' Engineer Greg Christie to Depart Apple After Fallout with Mac Rumors
FT.com (blog) -Apple Insider -The Verge
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Apr
09

Apple details $2.2 billion damages claim against Samsung – PCWorld


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Apple details $2.2 billion damages claim against Samsung
PCWorld
Apple began to lay out its $2.2 billion damages claim against Samsung Electronics for the first time on Tuesday, arguing to an eight-person jury in California that Samsung's alleged patent infringement was large and significantly damaged Apple. Apple
Emails Show Phil Schiller's Displeasure with Ad Agency's Efforts for Apple in Mac Rumors
Apple's Damages Expert Makes Case for Why Company Due $2.19 Billion From Re/code
Here's how Apple figured out the extra $2.19 billion it…The Verge
Apple Insider -Business Insider -Mashable
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Apr
08

Apple Knows ‘Consumers Want What We Don’t Have’, So Now What? – Forbes


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Apple Knows 'Consumers Want What We Don't Have', So Now What?
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The Apple Apple-Samsung patent trial, currently replaying its way through the courts right now, is mind-numbingly dull on the legal merits. But the rare insight it's providing into the minds of Apple executives show a company that is well aware of the …
Samsung's 'Beat Apple' memo: 'Threat from Apple extremely real and urgent'Apple Insider
INTERNAL APPLE PRESENTATION: We Don't Have What Consumers WantBusiness Insider
In Secret Docs, Apple Admits The iPhone's 2 Big ProblemsHuffington Post
Mac Rumors -The Guardian
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Apr
07

Apple’s Deep Pockets: What $159 Billion Could Do – New York Times (blog)


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Apple's Deep Pockets: What $159 Billion Could Do
New York Times (blog)
Glenn Chapman/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesTimothy D. Cook, Apple's chief executive, said the company had looked at making large acquisitions but had no urge to buy for the sake of buying. Big technology companies have a problem anyone …

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Apr
06

Apple Loop: Apple And Samsung Back In Court, The iPhone 6 Bayonet Mount … – Forbes


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Apple Loop: Apple And Samsung Back In Court, The iPhone 6 Bayonet Mount
Forbes
Apple is back in court, developers are in the WWDC raffle, Microsoft is at the top of the charts, Tim Cook might be ready to spend some money, the iPhone might get a bayonet camera lens mount, Greenpeace give Cupertino an A, anyone can make an iAd …
Why are Apple and Samsung throwing down? A timeline of the biggest fight in techDigital Trends
Bits | Apple and Samsung Fight Over Who Was the FollowerNew York Times (blog)
Emails from Apple exec show worry over Samsung adsCNET
Mashable -Apple Insider -Fortune (blog)
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Apr
05

Apple’s next big announcements coming in June – CNN


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Apple's next big announcements coming in June
CNN
(CNN) — Barring a surprise, the next big round of Apple announcements are coming June 2. The company has announced the dates for its next Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), an annual event where Apple gives the press and developers a peek …
Apple's developers conference starting June 2USA TODAY
Apple announces June 2nd conference which could see the iWatch unveiledDaily Mail
Apple's WWDC 2014 Happens June 2 – 6, Apply For Random Ticket Selection NowTechCrunch
The Verge -Macworld -Mac Rumors
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Apr
04

Apple’s next big announcements coming in June – CNN


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Apple's next big announcements coming in June
CNN
(CNN) — Barring a surprise, the next big round of Apple announcements are coming June 2. The company has announced the dates for its next World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), an annual event where Apple gives the press and developers a …
Apple sets WWDC 2014 for June 2 to 6CNET
Apple announces June 2nd conference which could see the iWatch unveiledDaily Mail
Apple's WWDC 2014 Happens June 2 – 6, Apply For Random Ticket Selection NowTechCrunch
Investorplace.com -Macworld -Mac Rumors
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