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Chris Maxcer
Asleep on the Bench, Apple Gets Out-Innovated
06/27/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1000 Words

OK, the Cool and Useful Factor Has Been Established - What's Wrong?
What's wrong with this Leap Motion picture? It's not coming from Apple. While Microsoft is delivering full-body game play with its motion-sensing Kinect system, Apple has nothing.

Chris Maxcer
Watch for an Apple Sneak Attack on Living Room Gaming
06/20/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1374 Words

... all the cool updates Apple promised to bring the world at its Worldwide Developers Conference -- iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, a new Mac Pro -- the most tantalizing new possibility wasn't described at all: games. Gaming. An Apple-made gaming console. A...

Chris Maxcer
When Apple Whispers to Devs, Consumers Read Lips
06/06/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 857 Words

... Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next week in San Francisco, it won't just be application developers watching. While the company speaks to business partners and professionals who use core Apple tools every day, the rest of the Apple enthusiast world...

Chris Maxcer
The Hot Mess That Is Apple's E-Book Legal Fight
05/16/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1649 Words

Justice Department is painting Apple as the "ringmaster" of an ebook price-fixing conspiracy. The news came out in court filings made public earlier this week as the DOJ prepares to do battle with the only member of the so-called conspiracy unwilling to admit...

Chris Maxcer
There's More Behind Apple's Blithe iPad Release Than Meets the Eye
01/31/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1149 Words

If you consider the high-profile nature of Apple, the number of products, the competition, as well as the sheer size of the company, it's odd that it puts out just a handful of press releases a year. It's not like Apple is...

Chris Maxcer
Apple Doesn't Do Cheap
01/10/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1107 Words

Then dozens of higher-profile publications jumped on the bandwagon with articles and posts exploring the rumor, making it hard to tell if there's real teeth behind this story or just more iGeek love hoping that Apple will take over the world.

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Chris Maxcer
Apple Stores Make Tidy Profits, but They Don't Need To
11/15/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 919 Words

... the news hits that -- yet again -- Apple retail stores produce far more sales per square foot than any other retailer, including Tiffany's, the piece I most often see missing is the most important: Apple's retail sales success is a side...

Chris Maxcer
Where Apple's Boy Genius Went Wrong
08/09/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1629 Words

... Apple produced a set of three terrible ads that ran on television for the first part of the Olympics. They featured a cute and likeable Apple Genius boy/man out in public in his Apple Genius blue t-shirt helping hapless individuals. They didn't...

Chris Maxcer
Next-Gen Apple TV Release Faces Tricky Timing
06/07/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 921 Words

Then there's the fabled, mythical, and perhaps magical real Apple TV that Apple is supposedly working on deep inside the catacombs of the company's Cupertino headquarters.

There have been plenty of allusions to such a device, starting well before the Steve...

Chris Maxcer
Steve Jobs' Greatest Invention: The Apple Retail Store
04/19/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1308 Words

The Apple Retail Store

A New Way to Sell
All the other products, in my mind, are natural inventions. They took a look at crappy alternatives and imagined something much, much better. Even the iPhone. Sure, it bucked the...

Chris Maxcer
What's Apple Hiding in B82?
03/01/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 822 Words

... no secret that Apple will unveil the new iPad 3 at its March 7 event for journalists next week. The coy and vague invitations to the event featured an iPad-looking image, with the words, "We have something you really have to see.

Chris Maxcer
China and Labor: Apple's Not the Only Problem, But Is It the Only Solution?
02/09/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1774 Words

The article gets off to a lazy start with its headline, "Apple manufacturing plant workers complain of long hours, militant culture." This sounds a lot like working for Apple in the United States. Or Oracle . Or Microsoft . Pick any tech giant...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's Poorly Picked Battle
11/03/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1114 Words

... Apple and Samsung have been beating on each other over looks and patent issues -- lawsuits in which one company claims the other is copying its design in one way or another -- a small Spanish tablet maker, Nuevas Tecnologias y Energias...

Chris Maxcer
How Apple Can Clean Up in the Living Room
10/27/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1265 Words

... the super-duper Apple-focused analyst Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray , I've long believed that Apple has been planning to create a new television set. Apple's largest iMac and the Apple Thunderbolt Display already boast a wicked-sharp 27-inch screen. With a current Apple...

Chris Maxcer
The Pet Peeves of a Longtime Apple Fan
09/22/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1992 Words

... Apple flirts with being Wall Street's most valuable company, it's clear that the organization has been doing something right -- actually, a helluva lot of things right. And not only right, but far better than the competition. Consider its product lines, which...

Chris Maxcer
What Happens When Apple's Rules Stop Making Sense
08/11/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1300 Words

... some businesses, Apple's App Store rules just don't make business sense. In fact, in some situations, some businesses that play by Apple's rules can delight their customers and yet end up losing more money than before they even entered the App...

Chris Maxcer
Something Shiny Might Be Hiding Behind Apple's iCloud
06/02/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1520 Words

... company can create an awesome tablet (iPad 2), wickedly thin notebooks (MacBook Air), a HDTV set-top box (Apple TV), a leading smartphone (iPhone), a music-movie-game-email-social-everything device (iPod touch), and deliver the operating systems to run them (Mac OS X and iOS) ... and move acres of dirt around to build a massive data center that might have the capability to deliver a leap forward in cloud computing that ties all of these things together? The answer is Apple ...

Chris Maxcer
Bring On the New Apple TV - Streaming Service or Not
08/05/15 4:53 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1354 Words

... been waiting for a new Apple TV from Apple for years, and I've been disappointed each time a major Apple event came and went without one. Plus, I've been waiting for Apple to come along and disrupt the cable/satellite TV bundling status...

Chris Maxcer
5 Things the Apple App Store Could Do Better
07/01/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1767 Words

... haven't been thrilled with app discovery on the App Store for years, and while Apple has been tweaking things to make it better, it's pretty easy to enter the iOS App Store, look around, and come to the conclusion that only an...

Chris Maxcer
Will Apple's 12-inch MacBook Air Use One Port to Rule Them All?
01/08/15 7:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 890 Words

Instead, the rumor claims that Apple's redesigned MacBook Air will be remarkably smaller, with a 12-inch screen -- and just one port. The rumor comes from 9to5mac.com's Mark Gurman, who reported that the new MacBook Air design will drop the current MacBook...

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