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iPad Air: The Lightning Review

iPad Air: The Lightning Review | Apple | Scoop.it
I picked up one of Apple’s new iPad Airs on Friday. I didn’t think I’d be impressed — but I am. It’s light, fast, and beautifully constructed. Is it the perfect tablet? It’s pretty close.

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Seems really cool! But have to add that the new iPad mini is a serious contendor when it comes to features vs. prices war!

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Rethinking How We Watch TV - Wall Street Journal

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Rethinking How We Watch TV
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Tech companies trying to change that include Apple.

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Budget iPhone Echoes Ive's First Eye Candy, The Original iMac - Forbes

Budget iPhone Echoes Ive's First Eye Candy, The Original iMac - Forbes | Apple | Scoop.it
Budget iPhone Echoes Ive's First Eye Candy, The Original iMac
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Ive was in fact the mastermind of the original iMac G3, that came in five colors of (what even seemed at the time to be) dubious sophistication.
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Apple Beats In Q3 2013 With $35.3B In Revenue, $6.9B In Profit, $7.47 EPS, But ... - TechCrunch

Apple Beats In Q3 2013 With $35.3B In Revenue, $6.9B In Profit, $7.47 EPS, But ... - TechCrunch | Apple | Scoop.it
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Map iPhone Users In a City, And You Know Where The Rich Live

Map iPhone Users In a City, And You Know Where The Rich Live | Apple | Scoop.it

"Our stuff often says a lot about us, whether we own a hybrid car or a station wagon, a MacBook Pro or an ancient desktop.  Among other things, cell phone brands say something about socio-economics – it takes a lot of money to buy a new iPhone 5 (and even more money to keep up with the latest models that come out faster than plan upgrades do). Consider, then, this map of Washington, D.C., which uses geolocated tweets, and the cell phone metadata attached to them, to illustrate who in town is using iPhones (red dots) and who's using Androids (green dots)."


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Mary Everhart's comment, June 26, 2013 10:59 PM
I keep wondering what impact commuting has on the patterns shown on the maps.
Timothy Roth's curator insight, July 8, 2013 4:38 PM

This just amazes me! The information that geography relates to us will never cease to amaze me.

Fleur Farah's curator insight, May 27, 2014 7:06 AM

Would Sydney show these trends?

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Apple's Come a Long Way Since This Original MacBook Reference ...

Apple's Come a Long Way Since This Original MacBook Reference ... | Apple | Scoop.it
At first glance it doesn't look like much but this thing is a reference design of the first 13-inch MacBook. Remember those from 2006?
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Aftermarket SSD On A MacBook Pro: TRIM Gets Tested - TRIM On A ...

Aftermarket SSD On A MacBook Pro: TRIM Gets Tested - TRIM On A ... | Apple | Scoop.it
The ATA interface standard's TRIM command helps SSDs write faster and live longer. But if you own a Mac, you can only enable it with an OEM drive installed. A freeware tool turns TRIM on for aftermarket SSDs, and we take ...
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