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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...
For the second time in a little more than a month, reports of a music-related initiative by Apple Computer Inc. have touched off a flurry of speculation. But last week's article in the Los Angeles Times, which reported that Apple has been in talks for...
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Woe to the technology scribe who writes ill of Apple Computer, Inc. Every published writer who's run afoul of the sensibilities of the Mac community rapidly learns the consequences. Vitriol-laden e-mail (known on the Internet as "flames") questioning...
Everybody steals from Apple Computer Inc. Or so the thinking goes in the Mac community. Ever since Microsoft Corp. introduced Windows 1.0 in 1985, there has been a ceaseless chorus from Mac users accusing the software giant, based in Redmond, Wash.,...
Recently I stumbled upon a rock group called The Donnas, a foursome that combines the power of mid-1980s metal bands with the party-hearty punk sound of the Ramones. Intrigued after hearing a couple of tunes from their most recent album, "Spend the...
Sun StaffLast in a series In the lounge of a posh New York hotel last fall, two men munched on bagels and chewed over the future of Blue Sky Factory Inc. One of them was Greg Cangialosi, 28, who had spent the past eight months pouring his personal savings and...
Special to SunSpotThousands of Baltimore-area shoppers hit the megamalls and superstores in search of holiday gifts this past weekend, but Ruth Levy wasn't one of them. Instead, the city resident shopped for toys for her grandchildren at Barstons Child's Play, a small...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — America emerged from its last binge of "offshoring" with a comforting story about how it could win in the great global reshuffling of labor. Promoted by then-candidate Bill Clinton in the early 1990s and embellished by a slew of tech...
Sun StaffOnline retailing - still in its infancy but growing fast despite some early stumbles - will continue moving into the mainstream of consumer buying in 2001. Last year, a crowded field of purely Internet start-ups fought it out for market share,...
The Wall Street JournalDon't look now, but the freewheeling days of the Internet are ending. Since its infancy, the Net has been seen as a place independent of the rules that governed the offline world. Borders could be transcended, new identities created, and old notions of...
Reuters(Reuters) - ChannelAdvisor Corp shares soared more than 40 percent in their market debut on Thursday as investors bet the e-commerce software company will benefit from the rapid global spread of online buying and selling. The company's shares opened up...
ReutersREDMOND, Washington (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp unveiled the "Xbox One" on Tuesday, its first new gaming console in eight years, and its strongest push so far to dominate consumers' living rooms with an array of exclusive media content. The Xbox One...
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