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Petluma360.com
Police seek suspect in downtown Petaluma robberyhe had a gun, though a weapon was never seen, police said. After the confronta
Petluma360.com / Posted 4 hours ago
he had a gun, though a weapon was never seen, police said. After the confrontation, the man ran out of the business with Apple computer equipment in tow, police said. The employee wasn’t injured. Police determined that the man used a large... Read more
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The Register
Apple's 'KGB level of secrecy' harms its AI projects – but don't worry, it's started a blogsingle post, not counting its welcome message, is based on an academic paper su
The Register / Posted yesterday
single post, not counting its welcome message, is based on an academic paper submitted for publication last November by Apple computer scientists Ashish Shrivastava, Tomas Pfister, Oncel Tuzel, Josh Susskind, Wenda Wang, and Russ Webb. The... Read more
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CNET
Apple's 40-year legacy began with this 'Eureka' momentComputer Club of Silicon Valley, introverted Woz may never have been motivated
CNET / Posted yesterday
Computer Club of Silicon Valley, introverted Woz may never have been motivated to show off, or even build, the very first Apple computer, the Apple I. Attending that first Homebrew meeting was, Wozniak remembers, "a 'Eureka' moment for me". It was... Read more
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CNET
Remembering the '1984' Super Bowl Mac adafterthought. Super Bowl XVIII's lasting legacy has been a single advertisement
CNET / Posted yesterday
afterthought. Super Bowl XVIII's lasting legacy has been a single advertisement sandwiched somewhere in the third quarter: Apple Computer's iconic "1984" commercial. It began, in a clear nod to George Orwell's novel of the same name, with tense... Read more
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CNET
Apple's iPod spurs mixed reactionsCUPERTINO, Calif.--Apple Computer unveiled on Tuesday the iPod, a digital music
CNET / Posted yesterday
CUPERTINO, Calif.--Apple Computer unveiled on Tuesday the iPod, a digital music player that can store 1,000 songs on its hard drive. The product, the size of a deck of cards, was unveiled during an event at Apple's headquarters here. The... Read more
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The New Yorker
Yvonne Rainer’s Politics and Styleon a half-finished movie set, interviews with fictional characters, texts poste
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
on a half-finished movie set, interviews with fictional characters, texts posted on the screen of an early-generation Apple computer. Jenny interrupts a sex scene with a monologue to the camera; Digna silently accompanies her, phantomlike, on... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Personal Finance: Here's an investment tutorial on bondsbonds allow for the participation of multiple lenders through the creation of a
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
bonds allow for the participation of multiple lenders through the creation of an instrument called a security. For example, Apple Computer borrowed $1 billion in May by issuing bonds paying 2 percent that mature in 2022. Hundreds or even thousands... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A key player in China and the EU's 'third industrial revolution' describes the economy of tomorrowon and on. In fact, the point I tried to make in the film is, where do you thin
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
on and on. In fact, the point I tried to make in the film is, where do you think Steve Jobs got all the technology for his Apple computer? Government research. That's what gave it to him. There's a whole big book on it, came out a few years ago, as... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A key player in China and the EU's 'third industrial revolution' describes the economy of tomorrowon and on. In fact, the point I tried to make in the film is, where do you thin
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
on and on. In fact, the point I tried to make in the film is, where do you think Steve Jobs got all the technology for his Apple computer? Government research. That's what gave it to him. There's a whole big book on it, came out a few years ago, as... Read more
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The Mercury News
Series of smash-grabs reported within 90-minute periodblock of Newark Boulevard, 9:41 p.m. Monday: According to police, someone broke
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
block of Newark Boulevard, 9:41 p.m. Monday: According to police, someone broke into two different vehicles and a Apple computer and a gym bag. 37000 block of Rockspray Street, 8:39 p.m. Monday: Police say someone had beaten another and... Read more
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MacDailyNews
CNBC states the blatantly obvious: ‘The No. 1 reason Apple has been so successful can be traced to Steve Jobs’ – MacDailyNews“Apple is arguably one of the most technologically transformative companies tod
MacDailyNews / Posted 7 days ago
“Apple is arguably one of the most technologically transformative companies today. From the first Apple computer in 1976 to the 2016 iPhone 7, the company has been consistently moving forward,” Ruth Umoh writes for CNBC. “And the company has founder... Read more
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PC Magazine
The 5 Industries Most Impacted by Apple's iPhoneimpacts the health industry and we will see its role expand as this industry em
PC Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
impacts the health industry and we will see its role expand as this industry embraces the smartphone for outpatient care.Apple Computer to Apple, Inc. But perhaps the biggest impact the iPhone has had is on Apple itself. It has evolved from... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Remember the Lesson of the Blown $63 Billion Investment? Then Get Busy With Equity Crowdfunding.of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for
Greenwich Time / Posted 17 days ago
of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for $800. Had Wayne held on to that stock in Apple Computer, today it would be worth about $63 billion. Does that mean you should buy $800 worth of stock in every... Read more
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The News-Times
Remember the Lesson of the Blown $63 Billion Investment? Then Get Busy With Equity Crowdfunding.of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for
The News-Times / Posted 17 days ago
of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for $800. Had Wayne held on to that stock in Apple Computer, today it would be worth about $63 billion. Does that mean you should buy $800 worth of stock in every... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Remember the Lesson of the Blown $63 Billion Investment? Then Get Busy With Equity Crowdfunding.of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for $800. Had Wayne held on to that stock in Apple Computer, today it would be worth about $63 billion. Does that mean you should buy $800 worth of stock in every... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Remember the Lesson of the Blown $63 Billion Investment? Then Get Busy With Equity Crowdfunding.of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for $800. Had Wayne held on to that stock in Apple Computer, today it would be worth about $63 billion. Does that mean you should buy $800 worth of stock in every... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Remember the Lesson of the Blown $63 Billion Investment? Then Get Busy With Equity Crowdfunding.of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 days ago
of being liable for 10 percent of the company’s debts, Wayne sold his stock for $800. Had Wayne held on to that stock in Apple Computer, today it would be worth about $63 billion. Does that mean you should buy $800 worth of stock in every... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Willoughby: We are a young country, an even younger townI. My parents saw the first cars in Colorado, the first airplanes. A Stanley S
The Aspen Times / Posted 18 days ago
I. My parents saw the first cars in Colorado, the first airplanes. A Stanley Steamer impressed my mother much as the first Apple computer enthralled me. My father, as a boy in Topeka, Kansas, witnessed one of the last old-time cowboy gunfights. I... Read more
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Macworld
Ask the iTunes Guy: Movie metadata, authentication requests, and morethe one with your user name and the house icon. On Windows, the cache is store
Macworld / Posted 20 days ago
the one with your user name and the house icon. On Windows, the cache is stored at: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Apple Computer\iTunes\ The folder you want to delete is SubscriptionPlayCache; that’s the one that stores the audio files... Read more
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Reuters
Apple's iPhone turns 10, bumpy start forgottenin this illustration picture taken in Bordeaux, France, February 1, 2017. REUT
Reuters / Posted 22 days ago
in this illustration picture taken in Bordeaux, France, February 1, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/File Photo FILE PHOTO -- Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs holds the new iPhone in San Francisco, California January 9, 2007.... Read more
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The Morning Call
Creativity Works: Innovators don’t ask for permissiongoing strong. These trailblazers not only carved their path, but they also lef
The Morning Call / Posted 23 days ago
going strong. These trailblazers not only carved their path, but they also left markers for the rest of us to follow. His Apple Computer “1984” TV spot is considered by industry experts as the best ad ever created. The commercial introduced to the... Read more
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CTV News
Slip of tongue fuels speculation on Banksy identityfrom Syria," depicts Apple co-founder Steve Jobs -- who was of Syrian descent -
CTV News / Posted 27 days ago
from Syria," depicts Apple co-founder Steve Jobs -- who was of Syrian descent -- clutching a bag of belongings and an Apple computer. Banksy earlier painted a series of images on the Israeli separation wall with the occupied West Bank,... Read more
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MacDailyNews
10.5-inch iPad Pro: Back on an Apple computing device, but not in the form I anticipated – MacDailyNews“It was 1989 when I started using my first Apple computer, the Macintosh SE wit
MacDailyNews / Posted 27 days ago
“It was 1989 when I started using my first Apple computer, the Macintosh SE with an external 20 MB hard drive, and since then I’ve had an assortment of Apple devices,” Matthew Miller writes for ZDNet. “A few years ago I moved to the Microsoft Surface... Read more
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CNET
For the 2017 iMac 27, Apple doesn't mess with successMacBook Pro lines, and even a very small CPU bump for the MacBook Air. In fact,
CNET / Posted 29 days ago
MacBook Pro lines, and even a very small CPU bump for the MacBook Air. In fact, except for the Mac Mini, nearly the entire Apple computer lineup has been refreshed for 2017. This model does deliver a significant speed boost over older models, with... Read more
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Zero Hedge
SkyNet is Sentient and Will Destroy Your Investments and PensionThis requires an operating system and software, similar to the operating system
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
This requires an operating system and software, similar to the operating system and programs on your Windows, Linux or Apple computer. Ok, somewhat similar. Maybe! Well, actually not. But we’re getting to that. Software is (usually) dumb as a... Read more

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