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Seth Rogen Reportedly Chosen to Play Steve Wozniak in Steve Jobs Biopic

Seth Rogen eyed for Steve Wozniak role in Sony’s Steve Jobs biopic.

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iPad Drops to Second Spot in JD Power Tablet Customer Satisfaction Study

We have seen Apple’s score drop in satisfaction surveys before, but for the first time Amazon’s Fire tablets have taken over first place in the rankings.

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Apple Sales Figures Continue to Grow Year Over Year: IDC

Apple loses market share, but records a 16% growth in sales compared to the same period a year ago, says IDC.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: I’m Proud to be Gay

Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly announced that he is gay.

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Apple in Talks with Distributors to Sell iPhone in Iran: WSJ

Apple in talks with potential distributors to sale the iPhone in Iran.

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Apple Pay Not Expected to Arrive in Canada Anytime Soon: Analyst

Apple Pay won’t be available in Canada anytime soon, says analyst.

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Apple VP Talks About Apple SIM and Whether It’ll Come to the iPhone

Apple VP Greg Joswiak shares the company’s position on Apple SIM.

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Demand for iPhone 6 Drives Apple’s European Market Share Up

Strong demand for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus suggest strong holiday season for Apple.

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Apple’s Greg Joswiak Apologizes, Explains Flawed iOS 8.0.1 Update

Apple VP Greg Joswiak talks iOS 8.0.1, iPhone 6, Apple Pay and Apple Watch.

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Big 3 Network Speed Tests Ranked in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver

Independent mobile performance company tests Canada’s networks: here is what they found.

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Teardown Analysis Estimates 16 GB Wi-Fi iPad Air 2 Costs $275 to Build

Apple spends at least $275 on building the entry level iPad Air 2.

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Apple R&D Spending Exceeds $6 Billion in Fiscal 2014

Apple’s research and development spending exceeded $6 billion in fiscal 2014.

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