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  • Venture capitalist John Doerr makes a big bet on the next wave of the consumer Internet

     
    Pioneering venture capitalist John Doerr, lionized in Silicon Valley for leading investments in Netscape, Amazon and Google, helped build the consumer Internet. Now he's making a huge bet on the next round of the Web. It's also an ambitious bid......
  • Apple buys 98 acres from Hewlett-Packard

     
    Apple Inc. is many things: progenitor of the iPhone, home to VIPs named Steve, maker of memorable commercials. Now, add Cupertino, Calif.’s largest landowner to the list. The tech giant has bought 98 acres from competitor Hewlett-Packard Co., which is.....
  • Architect Norman Foster may build Apple's new Cupertino campus

     
    Norman Foster may helm Apple campus architecture project in Cupertino...
  • Apple is top North American mobile PC maker -- when iPad is classified a PC

     
    Apple is North America's top mobile computer maker, and the third largest worldwide, if the iPad is considered a mobile PC. If the iPad is not considered a full-fledged computer, and instead a mobile device in the same class as a smart phone, the...
  • Apple announces launch of Mac App Store

     
    Following up on the success of its mobile App Store, Apple plans to begin selling personal computer apps online in January at its new Mac App Store. The store will open for business Jan. 6 and will be available in......
  • CalPERS seeks shareholder changes at Apple

     
    The California Public Employees' Retirement System, a fund with a long history of corporate-governance activism, is claiming significant success with a nearly year-old initiative to pressure companies in which it invests to elect directors only with...
  • With latest alarm failure, iPhone users able to sleep in

     
    IPhone users were left sleeping this weekend as the Apple Inc. device had its third alarm-clock failure. A fault may prevent one-time alarms from working on Jan. 1 and 2, the Cupertino, California-based company said in a statement Saturday. Recurring........
  • Apple App Store near 10 billion downloads; $10,000 iTunes prize announced

     
    Nearly 10 billion apps have been downloaded from Apple's iTunes App Store and Mac App Store. And Apple is going to give away a $10,000 iTunes gift card to the person who downloads the 10 billionth app from either....
  • Apple quarterly profit surges 78% to $6 billion; shares fall 2.2% on Steve Jobs' medical leave

     
    A day after co-founder and Chief Executive Steve Jobs disclosed he was taking a medical leave, Apple Inc. announced that its first-quarter profit surged 78% to $6 billion as consumers clamored for iPhones and iPads. Net income rocketed up to......
  • Apple's App Store hits 10-billion downloads mark

     
    Apple's App Store has hit 10 billion downloads -- some free, some paid. The 10 billion mark arrives at an interesting time for Apple with Steve Jobs health in question, the iPhone headed to Verizon and hype building for the iPad 2....
  • Apple shareholder proposal to force reveal of Steve Jobs succession plan gains support

     
    An Apple shareholder proposal to force the tech giant to publicly release a succession plan for Chief Executive Steve Jobs has been backed by Institutional Shareholder Services, a company considered to be one of the most highly influential of investor...
  • Nokia CEO Stephen Elop reportedly says company is 'standing on a burning platform'

     
    Nokia is largely abandoning plans for a new smart phone operating system according to a leaked memo from CEO Stephen Elop, who compared the phone maker's recent troubles to a man standing on a burning oil platform, according to reports. In the memo, first...