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  • Apple rolls out its new iPad, with no fancy name attached

    Apple rolls out its new iPad, with no fancy name attached
    Apple unveiled its new iPad, but it's not called iPad 3 or iPad HD as widely speculated for weeks. Rather it stuck with simply calling it the iPad, a move that speaks to the company's ambitions to have its blockbuster tablet supplant the ubiquitous...
  • Surveillance state saps freedom

    Surveillance state saps freedom
    The surveillance state expands. The Patriot Act allows our phones to be wiretapped. Our email and Internet transactions leave a trail for some to follow. The police can access our GPS location data through our smartphones without a warrant. Retailers...
  • Feds target high e-book prices

    Feds target high e-book prices
    Good news for consumers fed up with the high price of e-books: The Justice Department has warned Apple and five major publishers that it plans to sue them for allegedly colluding to raise the price of electronic books, the Wall Street Journal reported...
  • AAPL: Apple's plans for huge cash hoard

    Apple today announced what many were expecting, given its huge war chest of around $100 billion in cash: future stock dividends and a stock repurchasing program. The company released the news in a conference call early Monday. It's amassed a huge pile of...
  • Marylanders finding ways to cope at the pump

    ANNAPOLIS—Sitting in your electric car, sipping organic tea from a biodegradable cup, you pull up to your bank's drive-through window quite proud of your environmental awareness and saved dollars. Then you see the silver Litespeed brand bicycle...
  • Sun apps, mobile sites and text alerts

    Sun apps, mobile sites and text alerts
    Feeback - * Email mobile@baltimoresun.com Apps iPad The Baltimore Sun iPad app combines the best of Web and print into one sleek, convenient experience. Keep up with the news * Whether it's a big story — or a small story that's big to you...
  • Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson discusses the late, iconic Apple leader

    Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson discusses the late, iconic Apple leader
    Few nonfiction writers think bigger than Walter Isaacson, who has taken on subjects like Henry Kissinger, Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein. But when Apple founder Steve Jobs invited him in 2004 to write a complete and frank biography, Isaacson held...
  • The real genius of Apple: Tax avoidance

    The real genius of Apple: Tax avoidance
    Apple has gone on a very public tax strike. Months after reporting the second-highest quarterly profits in U.S. history, America's favorite company is refusing to bring home more than $60 billion of offshore funds in protest of the taxes it would have...
  • Steve Jobs: He changed the way we look at technology

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs was an inspiring man who changed the we look at technology. Virtually every project he created was a world-class success. His 2007 iPod changed the way we listen to music; his iPhone put a computer in customers' hand. And his iPad...
  • Walter Isaacson: BlackBerry for work, iPhone for personal use

    Walter Isaacson: BlackBerry for work, iPhone for personal use
    The great news for Baltimore and Maryland is that the University of Maryland Baltimore County's president, Freeman A. Hrabowski III, was named to Time's annual Top 100 influential people today. Another person on the list: Walter Isaacson, known...
  • Mobile app economy inspires local entrepreneurs

    Mobile app economy inspires local entrepreneurs
    The mobile app economy is real — and it's brewing in Baltimore. Many businesses are opening their wallets and spending to build mobile apps for customers to use. And developers are in hot demand across the United States, various surveys this year...
  • The interview: Sean Lane's tactical strike on defense contracting

    The interview: Sean Lane's tactical strike on defense contracting
    As an Air Force intelligence officer, Sean Lane saw firsthand the communications challenges facing soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Civilians in the United States had better, faster access to data on their smartphones and 3G networks than soldiers did in...