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The Hendersonville Times-News
A bad case of political correctnessto the attack in Orlando, Fla., deserves comments, but first, let’s clear up th
A bad case of political correctness
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 55 minutes ago
to the attack in Orlando, Fla., deserves comments, but first, let’s clear up the recent dust-up between the FBI and Apple Computer about the San Bernardino terrorist’s smart phone. In March, prior to the phone being unlocked, I wrote, “I... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Social media offers key supporthouse didn’t have electricity. “As a young boy he won a district-wide programm
Social media offers key support
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
house didn’t have electricity. “As a young boy he won a district-wide programming contest where first prize was an Apple (computer), Holmes’ dad had to jury-rig the new computer to run off 12 volts from his mom’s car battery,” she... Read more
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CNBC
Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft wont' be biggest in 20 years: Top VCwill be five new companies that will be on that top 10 or 20 list." Schoendorf
Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft wont' be biggest in 20 years: Top VC
CNBC / Posted yesterday
will be five new companies that will be on that top 10 or 20 list." Schoendorf was the vice president of marketing at Apple Computer (the name of the company before it was changed), in the eighties. The VC told an anecdote about how he... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Success Is Easy -- Just Give Upshop to sell the boards, the owner instead wanted actual computers and was will
Success Is Easy -- Just Give Up
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
shop to sell the boards, the owner instead wanted actual computers and was willing to pay big bucks for them. That’s how Apple Computer was born. Every major career opportunity I’ve ever been offered came after I’d bottomed out, given up and let... Read more
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NBC Miami
Miami Gardens Police Chief Arrests Fleeing Fraud Suspectcop. Police Chief Antonio Brooklen happened to be in the BrandsMart USA store o
Miami Gardens Police Chief Arrests Fleeing Fraud Suspect
NBC Miami / Posted 3 days ago
cop. Police Chief Antonio Brooklen happened to be in the BrandsMart USA store on June 16 when the man, 26-year-old Alvaro Miranda Acosta, tried to use a card with someone else's name to buy an Apple computer, officials said. (Published 53 minutes a... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Miami Gardens police chief tackles suspect in storewith a credit card that had a different name. Alvaro Miranda-Acosta, 26, was a
Miami Gardens police chief tackles suspect in store
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 3 days ago
with a credit card that had a different name. Alvaro Miranda-Acosta, 26, was arrested after trying to buy an expensive Apple computer with a fraudulent credit card. (Photo: Miami-Dade Corrections) That’s when the cashier contacted the manager... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Miami Gardens police chief tackles man attempting to use fraudulent credit cardBrooklen tackled a man Tuesday at a BrandsMart USA store after the man attempte
Miami Gardens police chief tackles man attempting to use fraudulent credit card
Local 10 Miami / Posted 3 days ago
Brooklen tackled a man Tuesday at a BrandsMart USA store after the man attempted to use a fraudulent credit card to buy an Apple computer worth nearly $2,500, authorities said. Police said Alvaro Miranda-Acosta, 26, was trying to buy a $2,449 Mac... Read more
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Deseret News
Can virtual reality entertainment find common ground between gamers and the rest of us?quo is its potential as an educational tool, which many other technologies like
Can virtual reality entertainment find common ground between gamers and the rest of us?
Deseret News / Posted 4 days ago
quo is its potential as an educational tool, which many other technologies like personal computers benefit from. "The Apple computer took more than a decade to become a widespread consumer product," Hardy wrote. "For much of that time it... Read more
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PC Advisor
Do Apple Macs need antivirus? Do Macs get viruses? Mac security explainedMac users from installing anything other than Apple-approved software. The exis
Do Apple Macs need antivirus? Do Macs get viruses? Mac security explained
PC Advisor / Posted 4 days ago
Mac users from installing anything other than Apple-approved software. The existance of the Mac app store means that Apple computer users can install software with total peace of mind. And the lack of Java and Flash plugins removes the... Read more
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NBC New York
Donated Computers a Boon to Homeless Students at NYC SheltersHomeless families in Brooklyn now have access to an Apple computer lab right in
Donated Computers a Boon to Homeless Students at NYC Shelters
NBC New York / Posted 9 days ago
Homeless families in Brooklyn now have access to an Apple computer lab right inside their shelter. A local medical institute donated all of the computers, and now they want to inspire other companies to hand over technology that would otherwise end... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Mark Zuckerberg may have just legitimized our hacker fears by taping up his webcammicrophone. Webcams can be hacked, and they have been many times before. It is
Mark Zuckerberg may have just legitimized our hacker fears by taping up his webcam
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 9 days ago
microphone. Webcams can be hacked, and they have been many times before. It is not as uncommon as you think. If you have an Apple computer, for example, something as simple as clicking on a sketchy link can end up installing malware on your system,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Mark Zuckerberg legitimizes our hacker fears, tapes up his webcamto it. Webcams can be hacked, and they have been many times before. It is not
Mark Zuckerberg legitimizes our hacker fears, tapes up his webcam
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
to it. Webcams can be hacked, and they have been many times before. It is not as uncommon as you think. If you have an Apple computer, for example, something as simple as clicking on a sketchy link can end up installing malware on your system,... Read more
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Slate
The Self-Driving Car Generation Gapthe thought police to destroy ideology, conformity, and totalitarianism, and en
The Self-Driving Car Generation Gap
Slate / Posted 9 days ago
the thought police to destroy ideology, conformity, and totalitarianism, and ended with the tag line “On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you’ll see why 1984 won’t be like 1984.” It did a lot of things. It gave the... Read more
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The Economic Times
FBI's approach outdated, puts smartphone security at riskNEW YORK: The Federal Bureau of Investigation's recent and widely publicised ef
FBI's approach outdated, puts smartphone security at risk
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
NEW YORK: The Federal Bureau of Investigation's recent and widely publicised efforts to compel Apple Computer to write software to unlock an iPhone used by a terrorist in California reflects an outdated approach to law enforcement that threatens to... Read more
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New Kerala
FBI's approach outdated, puts smartphone security at risk - newkerala.com #78401New York, June 18 : The Federal Bureau of Investigation's recent and widely pub
FBI's approach outdated, puts smartphone security at risk - newkerala.com #78401
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
New York, June 18 : The Federal Bureau of Investigation's recent and widely publicised efforts to compel Apple Computer to write software to unlock an iPhone used by a terrorist in California reflects an outdated approach to law enforcement that... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Businesstheir version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Woznia
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Business
Stamford Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
their version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak reportedly took early versions of an Apple computer to Atari and Hewlett-Packard, who famously passed, citing the duo’s youth and inexperience. Imagine if either... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Businesstheir version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Woznia
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Business
Connecticut Post / Posted 18 days ago
their version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak reportedly took early versions of an Apple computer to Atari and Hewlett-Packard, who famously passed, citing the duo’s youth and inexperience. Imagine if either... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Businesstheir version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Woznia
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Business
Greenwich Time / Posted 18 days ago
their version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak reportedly took early versions of an Apple computer to Atari and Hewlett-Packard, who famously passed, citing the duo’s youth and inexperience. Imagine if either... Read more
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The News-Times
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Businesstheir version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Woznia
Mindsets Matter: How Your Thought Patterns Shape Your Business
The News-Times / Posted 18 days ago
their version of a personal computer in California. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak reportedly took early versions of an Apple computer to Atari and Hewlett-Packard, who famously passed, citing the duo’s youth and inexperience. Imagine if either... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Woz on artificial intelligence, virtual reality and his favorite new tech – MacDailyNews“[Steve] Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer Inc. and chief scientist at Prim
Woz on artificial intelligence, virtual reality and his favorite new tech – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 25 days ago
“[Steve] Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer Inc. and chief scientist at Primary Data, received the Alltech Humanitarian Award from Alltech at a conference in Lexington, Ky,” Teena Maddox reports for TechRepublic. “Watching Wozniak talk is like... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Riderwood Elementary School to celebrate 50th anniversary with open housepassing of such historical events as the first moon landing, the fall of the Be
Riderwood Elementary School to celebrate 50th anniversary with open house
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
passing of such historical events as the first moon landing, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the production of the first Apple computer. Each grade will represent a different decade, while the school will feature relics of the past, according to... Read more
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The Advocate
LSU’s indestructible, contact-crazy Beau and Bryce Jordan remain grounded by little brother BrockBeau and Bryce once spent many a night and early morning. An elliptical is peri
LSU’s indestructible, contact-crazy Beau and Bryce Jordan remain grounded by little brother Brock
The Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
Beau and Bryce once spent many a night and early morning. An elliptical is perilously close to a wooden desk with an Apple computer. Brock’s only allowed 30 minutes up here, most of which is consumed with bicep curls. “He’s tough, man,” Beau... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Chamber speaker lauds girls pledging to close tech gender gaplargely absent from today’s tech industry even though they were among early for
Chamber speaker lauds girls pledging to close tech gender gap
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
largely absent from today’s tech industry even though they were among early forebears. Black and white photos of the first Apple computer team includes more women than any tech start up today, Ms. Saujani said. But computers were “toys for boys,”... Read more
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The Advocate
‘That’s their boy’: LSU’s indestructible, contact-crazy Beau and Bryce Jordan remain grounded by their little brother, BrockBeau and Bryce once spent many a night and early morning. An elliptical is peri
‘That’s their boy’: LSU’s indestructible, contact-crazy Beau and Bryce Jordan remain grounded by their little brother, Brock
The Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
Beau and Bryce once spent many a night and early morning. An elliptical is perilously close to a wooden desk with an Apple computer. Brock’s only allowed 30 minutes up here, most of which is consumed with bicep curls. “He’s tough, man,” Beau... Read more
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Ars Technica
The Google/Oracle decision was bad for copyright and bad for softwarefrom that source code is functional, so it might not at first seem to benefit f
The Google/Oracle decision was bad for copyright and bad for software
Ars Technica / Posted 29 days ago
from that source code is functional, so it might not at first seem to benefit from the same protection. Since the 1983 Apple Computer, Inc. v. Franklin Computer Corp. decision, however, compiled code has also been protected by copyright; this... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Missing teen's iPhone to go to another investigative agencyand Perry Cohen, who went missing after leaving the Jupiter Inlet in a small bo
Missing teen's iPhone to go to another investigative agency
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 29 days ago
and Perry Cohen, who went missing after leaving the Jupiter Inlet in a small boat on July 24, 2015, in Jupiter, Fla. Apple computer experts have been unable to get any information from the device. Apple still has the iPhone, which was found... Read more
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Japan Today
Changes coming soon to Japan's taxi industry ‹ Japan Todayand use of services such as Uber is ongoing worldwide. A business reporter poin
Changes coming soon to Japan's taxi industry ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 1 months ago
and use of services such as Uber is ongoing worldwide. A business reporter points out that earlier this month, U.S. company Apple Computer invested $1 billion in Didi Chuxing, a company that currently holds over 80% of the market for ride-hailing in... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
KOVELS: ANTIQUES AND COLLECTINGcomputers in the world. Only 575 units were ever sold and fewer than 100 are kn
KOVELS: ANTIQUES AND COLLECTING
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 1 months ago
computers in the world. Only 575 units were ever sold and fewer than 100 are known to still exist, making it the rarest of Apple computers. A few sold at auctions in 2013 and 2014 for hundreds of thousands of dollars. But not every vintage Apple... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
William ReekesWashington, D.C., he was the son of the late William and Lucille (Pierson) Reek
William Reekes
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
Washington, D.C., he was the son of the late William and Lucille (Pierson) Reekes. Bill worked as a regional manager for Apple Computer and was the owner of Lil Bills Bar on Kings Creek Road. He served in the United States Marine Corps. He... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
It's not just you: It really does take longer to get through the workdayretired, I have an extra microsecond to do nothing every day. Thanks, China!
It's not just you: It really does take longer to get through the workday
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
retired, I have an extra microsecond to do nothing every day. Thanks, China! I do feel sorry for those poor devils in the Apple computer factories, but, in time, I guess the world and I will be about even. That’s about all one can really expect, I... Read more
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Slate
Your Latte Isn’t Why You’re in Debt, and the People Who Say It Is Are Lying to You50 percent. Indeed, studies demonstrate that the quickest way to land in bankru
Your Latte Isn’t Why You’re in Debt, and the People Who Say It Is Are Lying to You
Slate / Posted 1 months ago
50 percent. Indeed, studies demonstrate that the quickest way to land in bankruptcy court was not by buying the latest Apple computer but through medical expenses, job loss, foreclosure, and divorce. Giving up a latte or another such small... Read more

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