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Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive displays his Knight Commander medal at Buckingham Palace in London today.

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Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive displays his Knight Commander medal at Buckingham Palace in London today.

Design Guru Jony Ive’s Favorite Apple Product? The Next One

Apple design chief Jony Ive rarely gives interviews, but on the occasion of being knighted in his native U.K. today, the man who helped craft the iPhone and iPad talked with the Telegraph newspaper about the creative process and life...

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Forrester Research CEO George Colony said that without Steve Jobs at the helm, Apple will 'coast and then decelerate.'

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Forrester Research CEO George Colony said that without Steve Jobs at the helm, Apple will 'coast and then decelerate.'

Apple Doomed to End Up Like Sony, Says Forrester CEO

As analysts, investors and other pundits try to out-superlative one another talking about Apple’s second-quarter results from yesterday, the CEO of one of the leading market research firms used the event as an opportunity to warn that the iPhone maker...

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Nationwide Mutual Insurance is the latest business to support the switch to Apple and Android phones.

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Nationwide Mutual Insurance is the latest business to support the switch to Apple and Android phones.

Nationwide Workers Reach for IPhones in Latest Blow to RIM

As soon as Nationwide Mutual Insurance allowed its employees to use iPhones and Android smartphones for work last October, people started ditching their BlackBerrys. Since then, about 15 percent of the company’s 7,000 BlackBerry users have traded in their devices,...

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Thermal images of the iPad 2, left, and new iPad show the difference in heat.

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Thermal images of the iPad 2, left, and new iPad show the difference in heat.

Consumer Reports Gets Torched Over iPad Temperature Test

Consumer Reports wasn’t the first publication to draw attention to the fact that Apple’s new (don’t call me No. 3) iPad can get a 116-degree fever when running graphic-intensive tasks. But that hasn’t stopped the 76-year-old magazine from taking the...

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Rich and Mary Bleyle attended Apple's shareholders meeting.

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Rich and Mary Bleyle attended Apple's shareholders meeting.

Apple’s Shareholder Meeting Brings Out Newly Minted Millionaires

While a small group of protesters marched outside Apple’s shareholders meeting this morning over labor practices in China, investors inside were mostly saying thank you. And with good reason. Take Rich Bleyle, a retired teacher attending the annual meeting from...

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