Due To New Regulatory Standards, Apple Stops Selling Mac Pro In Europe From March 1

Due To New Regulatory Standards, Apple Stops Selling Mac Pro In Europe From March 1

Is it a nightmare for Apple? Apple has been forced to stop sales of its current Mac Pro professional desktop computer in Europe because the existing Mac Pro design doesn’t conform to a new European Union (EU) safety standard which goes into effect on March 1. Apple never thought this could happen, ever.

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Google Shares Reach A Record High Of $775.60

Google Shares Reach A Record High Of $775.60

Google(GOOG) may not be the most valuable tech company, a crown that Apple continues to own over the years. Still, the search giant has amassed huge growth and market value ever since its inception. On Friday, Google’s shares spiked by a value of 2.63%, reaching a record high of $775.60, the highest ever in the company’s history.

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Apple Discussed A $4.5 Billion iPad Deal With Turkey

Apple Discussed A $4.5 Billion iPad Deal With Turkey

Apple is, without a doubt, the top vendor in the tablet arena, selling more iPad tablets every quarter than any other company. Over time, iPad has grown beyond being a personal tablet to a tool used in corporate environment as well as in education sector. Turkey is now in talks with Apple to negotiate a $4.5 billion iPad deal.

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Typing ‘File:///’ In Mac Apps Immediately Crashes Them

Typing ‘File:///’ In Mac Apps Immediately Crashes Them

A very interesting bug has been discovered on Mac machines. The bug affects most of the Mac apps and can crash them once you type ‘File:///’ in any of these apps. The term has to be written with a capital ‘F.’

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Apple Releases Java Update For Snow Leopard Following Blockage

Apple Releases Java Update For Snow Leopard Following Blockage

On January 31, Apple issued a fresh update of XProtect malware-handling system in OS X that black listed all Java web plug-in before version 1.7.11.22. The blacklist was updated to protect OS X users from potential threats; however, this action blocked users from accessing important Java content such as banking and financial services. To mitigate the issue, Apple has released a update.

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Apple And HBO Join Hands To Furnish Content For Apple TV

Apple And HBO Join Hands To Furnish Content For Apple TV

Apple has been trying to push itself more into the home entertainment arena. To that end, the primary tool the company has is ‘Apple TV’, the set-top box that streams content straight from Apple’s iTunes and other online services. According to inside sources, Apple has now joined hands with HBO to bring more quality content to Apple TV.

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Valve Considers Apple The Biggest Threat To The Console Market

Valve Considers Apple The Biggest Threat To The Console Market

Ever since Apple became the undisputed king of the mobile market with its iPhone and iPad offerings, the company has steadily gained share in the gaming arena. That is because users are increasingly using mobile devices to play their games. So it is not surprising when Valve’s co-founder, Gabe Newell, says that the biggest threat to the console market itself is Apple.

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Apple TV Model A1469 With A Smarter Design, New CPU Spotted In FCC Filing

Apple TV Model A1469 With A Smarter Design, New CPU Spotted In FCC Filing

Apple’s filings with FCC scarcely allow us to get our hands on any new plans that the company may have. However, a new filing which is about an Apple TV model number A1469 seems to hint at a new model of the product. Apparently, this model is equipped with a new antenna as well as a faster CPU.

By On January 31, 2013 Respond
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Apple Abandons Vine Promotion Due To Pornographic Uploads

Apple Abandons Vine Promotion Due To Pornographic Uploads

We recently reported that within hours of Vine’s launch as a new tool to video tweet, many users started uploading pornographic videos. As a result of this, Apple has decided to abandon promoting the app and has removed it from its section highlighting Editor’s Choice.

By On January 30, 2013 Respond
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Apple Announces 128GB Version Of iPad 4, Available From Feb. 5

Apple Announces 128GB Version Of iPad 4, Available From Feb. 5

We recently reported that according to ‘inside reports’, Apple was readying a 128GB version of the fourth-generation iPad. Apple has decided to substantiate these rumors sooner than we expected by actually announcing the new 128GB model with Retina display. The model will become available on February 5. Pricing details are listed below.

By On January 29, 2013 Respond
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Apple Really Wants To Get Into Your Shoes

Apple Really Wants To Get Into Your Shoes

Apple’s forte, as we have seen over recent years, is mobile computing. From MacBooks to iPhones and iPads, the company has dished out one perfect product after another. Now, it seems, the company has its eyes set somewhere else too. A new patent shows that Apple may be getting into the ‘smart shoes’ business.

By On January 28, 2013 1 Response
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Apple Gearing Up To Release A 128GB iPad

Apple Gearing Up To Release A 128GB iPad

According to certain inside sources close to Apple, the company is gearing up to launch a new iPad model. However, the model wouldn’t be a significant upgrade except that it will come with 128GB of storage space, an option as yet unavailable in current iPad lineup.

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Apple Job Listing Hints At Next iOS Version, Expanded APIs

Apple Job Listing Hints At Next iOS Version, Expanded APIs

Apple’s job listings often divulge hints as to where the company is headed with its products and services. A recent listing at the official website of the tech titan indicates that Apple will be rolling out its next iOS version some time soon and is also seeking to equip it with expanded APIs and modern frameworks.

By On January 24, 2013 Respond
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Apple Bought Siri Just Before Verizon Could Use It In Droid Handsets

Apple Bought Siri Just Before Verizon Could Use It In Droid Handsets

When Apple released iPhone 4S, one of the major selling points of the smartphone was the fact that it packed the voice-based assistant, Siri. Since then, Siri has become an integral part of the whole iOS experience. It has now been revealed that just before Apple bought the app, Verizon was planning to use it.

By On January 24, 2013 Respond
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Emails Related To No-Hire Agreements Between Apple, Google And Others Made Public

Emails Related To No-Hire Agreements Between Apple, Google And Others Made Public

Mid and high-level employees, often experts in their respective fields, are a key asset for different tech companies. When the competition is fierce, employees are given fair benefits to retain them. But when companies sign a mutual agreement not to ‘steal’ each other’s employees, that disrupts fair market competition and is, thus, illegal. In the light of certain emails made public recently, Apple, Google, Adobe and many others indulged in such an agreement.

By On January 24, 2013 Respond
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