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5 ways Angela Ahrendts changed Apple and the Apple Store forever

Angela Ahrendts may be leaving Apple in just a couple months but her legacy will live on forever.

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Intel makes Bob Swan its permanent CEO, maintaining a slow, steady course away from the PC

Intel's seventh chief executive is something of a closed book. From what he's said, however, it appears that Bob Swan is choosing to stay the course.

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Apple’s first quarter 2019 results include some bright spots: Macs, iPads, Services, Wearables all up

Apple has announced its first quarter results for 2019, with revenue in line with its revised guidance. But there are reasons to be optimistic.

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Apple’s original TV shows and series: Simon Kinberg and David Weil to create big-budget sci-fi series

Apple's spending a ton of money to produce its own TV content. Here what you can expect to see, and when.

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DuckDuckGo switches to Apple Maps

Apple’s new MapKit JS library will power maps in search results, with the same focus on privacy that both DuckDuckGo and Apple are known for.

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Apple cuts Q1 2019 earnings estimates, blames everyone but itself

It's all China's fault, and exchange rates, and supply constraints. It has nothing to do with skyrocketing prices, naturally.

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The top 10 stories of 2018: Blockchain rises, open source reigns, trust wanes

Optimists can look at 2018 and point to GDPR privacy protections, the launch of blockchain business apps and the creativity of the open-source community as signs technology can lead us to a safe and prosperous future. Meanwhile,...

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Tackling artificial intelligence using architecture

CIOs know that they need to get involved with AI regarding their strategic initiatives, yet they are uncertain how to approach AI. This article will show you how to develop, integrate and deploy AI in synchronization with the business...

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Report: Apple could relaunch Texture magazine subscription service in spring 2019

Bloomberg says the premium News app expansion is almost ready to go, but some publishers aren't on board.

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Year in review 2018: Apple’s year of predictable updates and high prices

In both hardware and software, Apple spent most of 2018 delivering much-needed updates that play it safe.

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5 highest-paying IT jobs for every stage of your career

Whether you are entry-level, mid-level or executive-level, CIO.com has you covered as we identify the highest-paying IT roles for every stage of IT careers.

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Steve Jobs-autographed copy of Macworld headed to auction

RR Auctions expects that the first issue of Macworld with Steve Jobs’ signature will fetch around $10,000.

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Should Apple have its own search engine?

The company's stance on privacy is at odds with the way the biggest search engines operate. Maybe there's a better way.

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Seagate is testing a blockchain ledger to track hard drives

Seagate and IBM have partnered to build a blockchain distributed ledger to track tens of millions of hard drives as they move through the supply chain from array manufacturers to technology integrators.

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Apple’s price inflation turns privacy from a right to a privilege

Your data belongs to you…if you’re wealthy.

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Should Microsoft help the Pentagon ‘increase lethality’?

Selling its AI and cloud expertise for use in Project JEDI might be patriotic — or a violation of its stated principles.

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