Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop covers Apple’s...
15 hours ago
It's sometimes hard to recall just how revolutionary iTunes was on its debut in 2001. It arrived during a genuine revolution in music, as the industry lurched from the comfort of CDs to the unknown territory of digital. The market was dominated by Real Jukebox, which then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs dismissed as "too complex" and "difficult to learn and use". He argued people needed something "really clean" and "really simple".That was iTunes. ...
Full article at: Tech.co.uk
10 hours ago
Apple Incorporated has been said to have surreptitiously acquired “Pandora For Books” startup BookLamp in order to rival the giant Amazon. However, Apple has confirmed the acquisition later on.
2 days ago, 3:48pm CDT
Source: All HipHop
Steven Paul Jobs was able to revolutionize the world by insisting on a seamless, symbiotic relationship between art and technology. In order to invest in the philosophy, one must “think differently,” a slogan used to this day to market not only Apple products but the entire Apple philosophy. Influenced by the German Bauhaus school of thought in which artistic excellence is achieved through simplicity and understated design ...
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1 day ago, 12:32pm CDT
Source: Big Government
President Barack Obama may have been too busy to visit the U.S. southern border to witness the humanitarian crisis during his recent Texas trip, but he found time to hold a town hall meeting at the Walker Jones Education Center in Washington, D.C., to add 60 major public school districts to his signature My Brother's Keeper (Keeper) initiative on July 21. It's a program that launched in late February and was built on the achievemen ...
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3 days ago, 9:38am CDT
Apple has reportedly started the mass production of 4.7-inch iPhone 6 models while 5.5-inch model, iPad Air and iPad mini will go into mass production in September 2014.
2 days ago, 2:23am CDT
Source: The Business Insider
Over 2,500 years ago, philosopher and poet Lao Tzu taught that our words become actions, which eventually become our destiny. In first century Greece, historian and essayist Plutarch declared that a speaker's state of mind, character, and disposition are exposed through their words. And Napoleon Hill, the twentieth century father of personal success literature, asserts that words plant the seed of either success or f ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
4 days ago, 11:40am CDT
In the eyes of many CEOs, business is a battlefield, especially when a rival company’s widgets too closely resemble their own.
Steve Jobs once famously seethed about Samsung’s Android: “I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every penny of Apple’s $40 billion in the bank, to right this wrong. … I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.”
After learning that a top engineer was decamping to Google, former ...
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5 days ago, 2:19pm CDT
Apple is hard at work on a number of products, but we must rely on rumors
2 days ago, 12:08am CDT