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Apple News Stories February 23, 2010

Notes from Tim Cook’s Goldman Sachs talk (Updated with transcript)

Apple COO Tim Cook spent an hour this afternoon answering analyst questions about Apple.

You can hear the audio here.

Update: We’ve pasted the full text of Cook’s Q&A below:

Apple News Stories September 10, 2010

WSJ: Apple's developer decision is Feds + competition According to the WSJ, Apple’s about face on 3rd party app development may have been due to pressure from the FCC: The concession comes after the Federal Trade Commission launched an inquiry around June to determine whether Apple had violated antitrust laws with the earlier policy. It isn’t clear if Apple’s move Thursday was in […]

Apple News Stories January 6, 2011

Mac OS X 10.6.6 ships — App Store is open

Apple has confounded industry watchers who expected the rumored noon launch time and the Mac App Store is available immediately, with over 1,000 apps available to download. Fire up Software Update and go grab it, people…(and read this while you wait). Update: No iWork 11, but you can get the individual apps and Aperture here. […]

Apple News Stories January 7, 2011

Mac App Store Downloads Top One Million in First Day

CUPERTINO, California—January 7, 2011—Apple today announced that over one million apps have been downloaded from the Mac App Store in the first day. With more than 1,000 free and paid apps, the Mac App Store brings the revolutionary App Store experience to the Mac, so you can find great new apps, buy them using your […]

Apple News Stories December 26, 2010

Prototype of Apple’s first portable Mac hits eBay

A prototype of Apple’s first portable Macintosh has just been posted for sale on eBay. The device is said to have not been intended for sale and is clearly marked as a prototype unit with a label stating “this device is a demonstration unit only. Production units will comply with all applicable Federal Rules and […]

Apple News Stories December 27, 2010

How will Apple battle the $100 Android device?

From Fortune: Tran says that [Android] phones made from the BCM2157 chipset will retail for under $100 and may dip as low as $75. Those devices should debut in just 3-6 months (and we might hear about them next month at CES). That means that popular pre-paid Android devices that currently can be found as low […]

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