Who Won Christmas, Google Or Apple?

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Deniz Taşkın: deniz@dzgn.co –  Apple Won Christmas, Google Pixelated, Phablets Still Fabulous By all accounts, Apple (AAPL) had itself a very Merry Christmas. According to mobile analytics and advertising firm Flurry, owned by Yahoo (YHOO), Apple accounted for some 44% of smartphone and tablet activations during the holiday, dominating its […]

Biz Stone, Steve Wozniak confirmed as speakers for #WaterlooRegion’s FUZENation

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Deniz Taşkın: deniz@dzgn.co – As part of the FUZENation technology and music summit, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will be making a stop in Kitchener-Waterloo as a speaker. Between September 27-30, FUZENation is inviting both tech and music leaders to speak with the goal of fostering between attendees working in the two […]

Apple patents technology that could stop you from recording concerts

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The latest patent awarded to Apple could mean the end of blurry concert videos from friends in your social media feeds. The company’s patent covers a camera system with infrared technology that could allow third parties to disable photo and video recording. Apple submitted its application to the U.S. Patent […]

Apple’s New SF Store Showcases Jony Ive’s Design Vision

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The new Apple store in San Francisco is a combination of the work of architecture firm Foster and Partners with Ive’s signature aesthetic—hello, more glass and steel. When the first Apple stores opened in 2001, people stood in round-the-block lines to be the first inside, and the first to experience […]

Apple’s Tim Cook to visit China for government meetings

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Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has plans to fly to China at the end of May for several meetings with government officials. Although this is far from his first visit to the country, nor his first meeting with representatives of the ruling party, this one is critical as Apple has faced […]

Did Carl Icahn Sell Apple Due To China Or For Another Reason

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On Thursday Carl Icahn said he had sold his remaining Apple shares due to concerns about China. He said in a CNBC interview that they were sold after the company had reported its March quarter results so the price would have been around $97 per share (which quickly fell about […]

Coroner Determines Man’s Death At Apple Headquarters Was Suicide

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Authorities say a young Apple employee took his own life at the company’s headquarters this week. The 25-year-old Santa Clara, California, man was found dead Wednesday morning inside a conference room at Apple’s world headquarters in California. An autopsy later confirmed he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the […]

IBM, Apple grow cozier with new service

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IBM has not only made nice with former rival Apple, but also is helping to deploy Apple devices, according to a report. IBM has not only made nice with former rival Apple, but also is helping to deploy the tech company’s devices more broadly. Big Blue unveiled a service Wednesday […]

iOS 9: All the best new features and additions

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Now that we’re a few weeks out from the release of iOS 8.4, it’s time to look ahead to the future of Apple’s mobile operating system. Back in June, Apple unveiled iOS 9 and announced that the update would begin rolling out to the public in the fall. Since then, […]

The Apple upgrade that reads like a downgrade

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Societe Generale upgraded Apple to “buy” from “hold” Monday, giving a lift to the shares. But if investors take the time to read the actual note instead of blindly buying off the headline, they’ll find the analyst raises more negatives than positives.

Apple is taking 92% of profits in the entire smartphone industry

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Apple has a tiny market share of the smartphone industry — but it is making some truly massive profits. According to research firm IDC, the Cupertino company was responsible for just 18.3% of smartphones shipped globally in Q1 of 2015. Despite this, it is taking the vast, vast majority of […]

New Apple commercial makes fun of Android

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There’s an old and unwritten rule in advertising which states that a market leading company should never reference competitors by name. This is why you don’t often, if ever, see Coke mention or even reference Pepsi, or McDonald’s reference Burger King. Similarly, with the iPhone controlling the high-end of the […]