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With Apple TV, Apple controls more than 70% of the digital media receiver market

With Apple TV, Apple controls more than 70% of the digital media receiver market | Apple | Scoop.it
Tim Cook revealed on Tuesday at the AllThingsD: D11 conference that Apple has now sold more than 13 million second-generation Apple TV devices. Even more impressive, the CEO noted that roughly half...
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How much will Apple's new Mac Pro cost?

How much will Apple's new Mac Pro cost? | Apple | Scoop.it
Apple's upcoming top-of-the-line desktop still doesn't have a price tag, though experts anticipate it will cost more than the current model. Read this article by Josh Lowensohn on CNET News.
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Review: 2013 Apple MacBook Air 13-Inch

Review: 2013 Apple MacBook Air 13-Inch | Apple | Scoop.it
The best ultra-portable computer just got better -- with a new processor and some much-improved battery performance.
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Inside iOS 7: Apple's partnership with Yahoo deepens

Inside iOS 7: Apple's partnership with Yahoo deepens | Apple | Scoop.it

The relationship between Apple and Yahoo has seemingly expanded in the development of iOS 7, strengthening the bond that has existed between the two companies since the launch of the first iPhone in 2007.


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I wish Apple and Adobe will play the same too...

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        As stated in Chapter 9 of our case studies textbook, “business-to-business relations are the management of relationships with businesses that have resources that your business needs to achieve its goals” (Guth & Marsh pg.191). When the first iPhone launched in 2007, Apple partnered with two companies to deliver content to users: Google and Yahoo. Fast-forward to 2013, Google is now a chief competitor to Apple and has virtually disappeared from the built-in iPhone software. However, this article examines the growing partnership between Apple and Yahoo.
            Reports first surfaced in April indicating that Apple and Yahoo were in talks to deepen integration of Yahoo's services into Apple's iOS platform. With the reveal of iOS 7 in September, those rumors were confirmed with two key changes to Apple's mobile operating system: a new Weather application and built-in support for Yahoo's Flickr photography service. The new Weather application and Flickr integration verify that Apple and Yahoo plan to collaborate on iOS software and services to an even greater degree than before.
         Yahoo had a hand in developing and designing the native Weather application in iOS 7, and is supplying more than just weather data to Apple. In addition, Yahoo data, such as sports stats, help power Apple's voice-activated "assistant" Siri. Also, when viewing a picture in the Photos app in iOS 7, users can now select the share button and choose Flickr to upload their photos. Yahoo Weather was recently recognized by Apple at the company's annual design awards handed out at the 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference.                    

         Some could agrue Yahoo is a perfect partner for Apple. Unlike Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook, Yahoo doesn’t compete or overlap with Apple in numerous areas other companies do. Yahoo doesn’t build hardware or operating systems, nor does it operate a mobile-app store. The growing partnership between Apple and Yahoo represents a push by Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer to increase the company's presence on mobile devices. A deeper partnership with Apple, which analysts estimate will sell more than 200 million iPhones and iPads this year, could potentially reverse Web traffic declines that Yahoo has seen on some of its sites and help transform the company into a bigger mobile-software player. “It ultimately means that there is really an opportunity for strong partnerships and that's what we'll be focused on," said Mayer at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
            Clearly, Apple and Yahoo are reaping the benefits from their business-to-business relationship. Each company has something the other company needs in order to achieve their goals and satisfy customers at the same time. The two companies seem to be managing their relationship effectively. 

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Diabolical Alarm Clock App Makes You Work Out to Wake Up | Wired Design | Wired.com

Diabolical Alarm Clock App Makes You Work Out to Wake Up | Wired Design | Wired.com | Apple | Scoop.it
The Wake N Shake app, admits developer Pedro Alejandro Wunderlich, was designed to "wake up people without mercy."
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3 Ways 3D Printing Will Improve Your Business

3 Ways 3D Printing Will Improve Your Business | Apple | Scoop.it
By adding efficiency and innovation to the prototyping process, 3D printers have the potential to revolutionize the way you do business.
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3D printing + Power Service Shops = endless innovation!

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Importance of 404 Error Pages | Top 404 Designed Pages - Search Engine Journal

Importance of 404 Error Pages | Top 404 Designed Pages - Search Engine Journal | Apple | Scoop.it
Everyone believes that mistakes can happen, particularly when dealing with technology. When pages get relocated or eradicated, users are confronted with a
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Oh. Em. Gee! I want to redesign all our error pages at TVA!

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