Apple was once relegated to consumer use with only a few niche markets using it in business. But now Apple is making aggressive moves toward the enterprise and it's common to see executives using MacBooks and sales teams using iPads and iPhones on the sales floor, according to a new report from Tech

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Open source devotees aren’t quite as addicted to Apple as other people online, but they still use Apple overwhelmingly over other products and systems.
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Intel has announced Thunderbolt 3, an update of the technology it co-developed with Apple. It's possible that we'll see Macs with Thunderbolt 3 and Intel Skylake chips by the holidays, though I think it's more likely we'll see them arrive in early 2016 (say, the March timeframe).
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Apple’s (rumored) streaming television service, which I call Apple Web TV, won't debut at next week's Worldwide Developer Conference, according to re/code. The article says that, though Apple wanted to launch the service this fall to coincide with the launch of the new network TV season (is there re

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Onanoff has released the SoundCover. The new device is an "ultra-thin" folio speaker that brings your iPad’s music, movies, presentations, conference calls and games to life with a built-in stereo flat panel speaker.
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EPI has announced the Philips UltraClear 40-inch 4K UHD Display (BDM4065UC), an Ultra High Definition with a 40-inch diagonal and 3840 x 2160 resolution.
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The Creative Pro User Group (CPUG) Network says the inaugural Bay Area SuperMeetUp will take place on Friday, June 26, 2015, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California
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