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Heads rolling at Beats as Apple eliminating redundant positions, Ian Rogers & Trent Reznor to stay on

As Apple’s acquisition of Beats Electronics and Beats Music nears completion this financial quarter, the Cupertino and Santa Monica, California-based companies have begun work on transitioning select employees and technology resources from Beats to Apple, according to sources briefed on the transition. 435 more words

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Spaceships, castles and Steve Jobs' abandoned mansion: The houses that tech built

“The biggest names in the technology world generally had humble beginnings – many were started in garages or basements and gradually grew into the powerhouses we know today,” Ben Woods reports for TNW. 184 more words

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Laundry Love

(Photo above from the linked NPR article.)

When I was in college (and doing my laundry in laundromats) I used to fantasize about a laundromat that had a coffee shop on the other side of a big open space. 158 more words

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Apple heading back to $700 days

In September 2012, Apple was hailed as Wall Street’s darling due to the stock’s impressive climb from about mid-$500’s to low-$700’s. However, after that speculation regarding Apple’s innovation drove the stock back to the $500-range. 766 more words

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Following a number of amateur aerial shots of Apple’s Campus 2 construction popping up on Instagram and elsewhere online, today the City of Cupertino shared… 102 more words

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Thank you, local news

#Cupertino looks great Saturday night for Taming of the Shrew. "There’s small choice in rotten apples." #Shakespeare http://t.co/VQuCmjFz0K
Christina Loren (@Christina_Loren) July 18, 2014…

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Aerial photo of iSpaceship's construction site shows underground tunnels

KCBS reporter Ron Cervi has been taking lots of aerial photos of Apple’s upcoming iSpaceship (officially Campus 2.0), to show what progress has been made on the site. 103 more words

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