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AT&T CEO regrets offering unlimited data plans, worries about SMS competitors

While consumers flocked to AT&T when the first iPhone was launched, the current chief executive for the company wishes that limited, tiered data plans existed since 2007.
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Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview coming to theaters (again)

Next week will see Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview hit theaters, despite the fact that it already did late last year, and wasn't ever really as "lost" as the film's trailer might want you to think.
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Surprise! $250 iPad Mini would be a hit, says online deals site

A new survey by a Web site that targets price conscious consumers shows that 52 percent of them would be super pumped if Apple were to release a 7-inch iPad Mini for $250. Is anyone startled by this?
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Report: Apple’s new iPhone will sport a 4-inch screen, thinner body, new dock connector

With the two-year AT&T contracts of iPhone 4 early adopters coming to a close during late June 2012, this version of the next iPhone could be announced during WWDC next month.
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Steve Jobs rallies the Apple troops in newly discovered 1984 internal movie

Everyone remembers '1984,' the advertisement that launched Apple onto the world stage, but the same year saw the debut of '1944,' a nine minute in-house film where Steve Jobs told the Apple faithful that IBM users were zombies who needed to…
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Apple’s App Store download figures decline: Has it clamped down on “bot farms” or has the iPhone 4S lost its sheen?

New research has shown the number of top 200 iTunes apps downloaded over the past month decreased by nearly two million, has Apple shut down the "bot farm" marketers, or are new iPhone 4S users becoming bored with their new gadget?
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Mon dieu, Jean Michel Jarre’s AeroPad iPad docks look amazing

Electronic music legend Jean Michel Jarre and his company Jarre Technologies has released two new iPhone and iPad docks, both of which feature incredible designs and price tags to match.
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Samsung leapfrogs Apple to take smartphone market’s top spot

Samsung sold more than 7 million more smartphone units than Apple during the first three months of 2012, landing it the top spot in the worldwide market race.
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What is Apple hiding from musicians in iTunes lawsuit?

A lawsuit between musicians and Universal Music Group may make sealed testimony from the late Steve Jobs about the nature of digital music sales public: Something that Apple is desperately trying to prevent. But why?
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Ready to settle? Apple and Samsung CEOs to meet May 21-22 for settlement talks

A date has been set for talks between Apple CEO Tim Cook and his Samsung counterpart, Choi Gee-sung, which could lead to the settlement of a long-running legal dispute between the two tech companies.
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Mac App Store hits 10,000 apps milestone just over a year after launch

Just over a year after launching, Apple's Mac App Store now contains over 10,000 apps for use with the company's desktop and laptop machines.
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Apple to build its own restaurant to protect its secrets from forgetful staff

How best to deal with fears about corporate espionage? If you're Apple, the answer is simple: Build a restaurant that can only be used by your employees.