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No eavesdropping: Apple to build employee-only cafeteria in Cupertino

Wary of competitors listening in on the conversations of its employees at dining establishments around town, Apple has been given the green light to build a cafeteria in Cupertino exclusively for its workers.
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Apple opens nominations for best apps in 2012 Apple Design Awards contest

Come across a really cool app for your Apple mobile device or computer recently? If so, be sure to nominate it in Apple's design contest, the winners of which will be announced in May at the Cupertino company's Worldwide Developers…
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Sprint confirms unlimited data for the next iPhone, even if it has LTE 4G

We still don't know when Apple is releasing a new iPhone, or if it'll be 4G LTE-capable, but we can rest assured of one thing: Sprint will still be offering an unlimited data plan for the device.
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Apple CEO says Windows 8 is like merging a “toaster and a refrigerator”

Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out against Android keyboard tablets and Windows 8, calling attempts to merge tablets and PCs like combining a toaster and a refrigerator. His full comments below.
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Apple WWDC 2012 set for June 11-15, with focus on iOS, OS X

Apple has announced details of the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC): June 11-15 in San Francisco, with a focus on iOS and OS X.
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Windows users beware: Macs more likely to carry Windows malware than Mac malware

It's news that could result in Windows users across the nation badgering friends with Mac computers to finally download some anti-virus software — Mac computers are far more likely to harbor Windows malware than Mac malware.
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International Trade Commission determines Apple is violating Motorola patent

The US International Trade Commission has found that Apple is infringing on a 3G wireless patent owned by Motorola Mobility, and "induces others" to similarly infringe the patent without knowing that they're doing so.
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End of the patent wars? Apple CEO says he ‘hates litigation’ and would ‘prefer to settle’

In a conference call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed his feelings about the myriad of patent disputes the company is currently involved in, saying that he "hates" litigation and that he would "prefer to settle" — though…
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Apple breaks sales records, nearly doubles last year’s quarterly net profit

This afternoon Apple unveiled its second quarter financial report, and it appears that things are going exceedingly well in Cupertino.
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New cologne duplicates smell of newly unboxed Apple gadgets

A new fragrance from custom cologne crafter Air Aroma captures the uniquely appealing scent of a freshly unwrapped MacBook, iPad or Apple TV.
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Apple pushes to gain more enterprise users with launch of ‘iPhone in Business’ webpage

Apple introduced a new webpage on its site on Friday, highlighting how the iPhone can be utilized by businesses. With the BlackBerry losing ground in the enterprise market, the Cupertino company is keen to take its place capitalize on the…
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Apple may use in-cell touch panels to make next iPhone thinner, lighter

Hot on the heals of speculation that Apple will use Liquidmetal to make the body of the next iPhone, a new rumor says that the touchscreen will also receive an upgrade in the form of in-cell touch panels, which would make the phone thinner…