Apple Next Gen iPad Event a Week Away

Barcelona is at the top of the news circles now.

There is so much to tell about Mobile World Congress. But it will fade away soon and San Francisco will take the place. The Cupertino giant has scheduled an event in San Francisco next week and is expected to unwrap the next generation iPad.


Why Apple didn’t include Siri in OS X Mountain Lion

Apple’s latest OS X update, Mountain Lion, adds a slate of new features, nearly all derived from iOS 5.

There’s one big omission, however: Siri, Apple’s voice-controlled virtual assistant, does not make the migration from mobile to desktop.


Apple looking to improve water sensors for detecting iPhone damage



Apple supplier auditors send mixed messages about Foxconn

It’s been less than a week since Apple sent independent auditors to evaluate its third-party factories in China.

The auditors have publicly given hints about what they’re finding, but aren’t getting into specifics. On Friday they told Bloomberg they were finding “tons of issues” at Foxconn.


Apple beating Samsung on its home turf as the iPad passes 1 million sales in Korea

Apple has reached 1 million iPad sales in Korea with a market share of around 70 percent, well ahead of Samsung and its Tab tablets.


iPad propels Apple to top of PC market as growth stalls without tablets

Apple is the king of the PC heap, so long as you consider the iPad among those devices.

Research firm Canalys does, and its most recent look at PC sales, focusing on the fourth quarter of 2011, shows the PC market growing with the iPad included.


The Yin and the Yang of Corporate Innovation

Apple and Google take very different paths to innovation, but the gap between their approaches may be closing a bit.


9 Things Apple Could Buy With Its Mountain Of Cash

Apple Inc on Tuesday announced record-setting earnings for the fiscal fiscal quarter spanning the months of October through December 2011.


Strong Apple contingent expected at CES

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Apple Inc, famous for giving CES the cold shoulder year after year, will field a larger presence at the world’s largest trade show than many observers imagine.More than 250 employees


Lenovo announces worlds first Android 4.0 TV ” but its no Google TV

Not content to sit around and let Apple beat it to the TV market, Lenovo today introduced its first television today at the Consumer Electronics Show, which is also notable for being the first TV to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.


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