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Apple Bids Farewell to Paid Cloud Service MobileMe

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Apple retired on Sunday its paid cloud service MobileMe, following a several year process led by former CEO Steve Jobs to pack up the product for good.

The company announced last year that it would be closing MobileMe and urged users to move their accounts to iCloud, Apple’s first big push to unify its product lines with online storage.  In October 2011, the company rolled out iCloud, which is free to users with an iOS 5 device, as a part of a major initiative to reboot and rebrand the service.

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Retina MacBook Pro: The Laptop From the Future [REVIEW]

Retina MacBook Pro: The Laptop From the Future [REVIEW] | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
Apple has taken its retina display to its MacBook line, and the results are impressive -- inside and out.

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Apple Wants to Protect Your Identity -- by Cloning You

Apple Wants to Protect Your Identity -- by Cloning You | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
Apple won an acquisition of patents from Novell that includes a technology that allows the cloning of users’ digital identities.

 

This is a fascinating idea.  It renders all that data that Google et al collect virtually useless :-)) 


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Why Apple Won by Betting Against the Web

Why Apple Won by Betting Against the Web | Transformations in Business & Law | Scoop.it
Roger McNamee says Apple became successful by betting against the Internet. 

 

While Google adopted the cultural norms of the wired (HTML4) web by making its mobile operating system free and commoditizing content, Apple changed the game by keeping a closed system, focusing on brands and enabling paid apps.

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