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Diamonds Are an iPhone’s Best Friend? Brikk Introduces a Luxury Line of iPhone 6s

The hype continues around the iPhone 6’s release in September (the date still hasn’t been announced), and the same can be said for luxury devices. Case in point: Technology accessories company… 298 more words

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Is Apple's now even less expensive non-Retina MacBook Pro worth buying?

“As it’s one of the biggest decision-making factors when considering whether to buy the non-Retina MacBook Pro, we’ll start by taking a closer look at the display,” Ashleigh Allsopp writes for Macworld UK. 224 more words

Apple

Even Clayton Kershaw Needs Some Practice Throws

Clayton Kershaw is the Los Angeles Dodger’s Ace Left-Handed Pitcher, and so far this season, he boasts a record of 12-2 and a 1.76 ERA.  Even for the reigning Cy Young Award winner, throwing a baseball at an apple on top of Jimmy Kimmel’s head is a challenge, as you can see from this video: 62 more words

Sports

Apple: I'm a winner, but also a sinner!

Bad news folks! It seems that the rumors about the iPhone’s back door were true. This invisible access point was supposed to ensure an easy work for the people who are servicing your smartphone. 159 more words

Apple 'slows down iPhones to boost sales of latest model', claims Harvard study

Apple is deliberately slowing down its customers’ iPhones to force them to buy the latest models, it is alleged.

A study by Harvard University shows online complaints rise every time a new version is released. 86 more words

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Thieves Target Durham, North Carolina Apple Store in Smash-and-Grab Robbery [Mac Blog]

Thieves last night stole an unknown number of MacBooks in a smash-and-grab theft at the Apple Store located in the Southpoint Mall in Durham, North Carolina. 126 more words

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Ford Transitioning From BlackBerries to iPhones for Employees

Ford Motor Company is planning to transition its corporate employees from BlackBerry to Apple, providing approximately 3,300 workers with iPhones by the end of the year, reports… 315 more words

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