02 January 2014

NSA Pwns All iPhones!

Apple has ongoing problems with its Court-Appointed Parole Officer Monitor (see second article below), in the meantime, the NSA has pwnd all Apple iPhones!

Read more at: The NSA Reportedly Has Total Access To The Apple iPhone - Forbes

Apple Feud Deepens With Court-Appointed Monitor

Wall Street Journal
Michael Bromwich, the lawyer picked as Apple's monitor, said in court documents filed Monday that Apple's characterization of his team's activities as ...

Economic Times

Why Apple Must Reconsider Emerging Market Strategy

More than 900,000 apps are available for download in the Apple App Store today, and within that app ecosystem entertainment has long dominated....


Report: Apple, Samsung Working on Deal to End Patent War

PC Magazine
Apple and Samsung are reportedly working behind closed doors to hammer out a deal that would end their long-running, globe-spanning feud over ...

Times of India

Apple: Wedge Sees Slight Bump up in China iPhone Sales with ...

Barron's (blog)
Wedge Partners's Jun Zhang today reiterates a view that Apple's (AAPL) deal with China Mobile (CHL), announced a week ago, will boost the ...


Amazon sales tax law among those taking effect

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A law that could boost the state's revenue is among those taking effect on Jan. 1, as are statutes that govern concussions in ...


Microsoft Word has an Assamese clone

The Hindu
A group of volunteers from different parts of Assam have designed an Assamese word processor similar to the Microsoft Word with a spellchecker and ...

The Hindu

Amazon Joins eBay in Inviting Customers to Sell Unwanted Gifts

Not happy with the presents you received for Christmas? This year, Amazonis again joining eBay in making entreaties to customers to sell their ...


Googles PLAs to Boost Revenues

Reportedly, Google Inc.'s (GOOG - Analyst Report) successful new product-listing ads (PLAs) are expected to hurt retailers such as Amazon.com ...


Apple snags New York Times Magazine design director

Arem Duplessis, The New York Times Magazine design director, is headed toApple in February as a creative director, according to Mediabistro.

Design & Trend

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