Obama meets Silicon Valley’s most powerful tech executives

US President Barack Obama toured an advanced Intel chip fabrication plant in Oregon after dining the night before with Silicon Valley’s most powerful tech executives including CEOs of Google,Apple, Facebook among others. In the official Whitehouse photo below, President Barack Obama is seen toasting with Technology Business Leaders at a dinner in Woodside, California. Apple…

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Shocking – Steve Jobs ‘may have six weeks to live’

In a shocking news, the National Enquirer suggests that the health conditions of the Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs is much worse than expected. The man found Apple on April Fool’s day of 1976 with his buddy Steven Wozniak has been one of the most influential tech personality in the world. Recently, Steve Jobs…

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iPad-only ‘The Daily’ from Jobs and Murdoch ?

Media giant News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch and Apple CEO Steve Jobs might be working together to to launch a new daily newspaper. The latest rumor indicate that the "The Daily" (iNews or iDaily would have sound more Apple like) will be digital-only edition for iPad and would cost $0.99 per week. The rumor makes…

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Steve Jobs says No to a 7″ iPad

In the Apple’s Quarterly earnings call on Monday night (Oct. 18, 2010), Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, made a surprise appearance to tell that Google’s Android isn’t really an open platform. He also told that he thinks 7″ screen tablet is too small for a better computing experience. This is the answer to the latest rumor…

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Ping – 1 Million users in 48 hours

Apple says that more than one-third of the iTunes users who have downloaded iTunes 10 in 48 hours of it’s release, have signed-up for Ping. With that impressive number Ping, the social engine of Apple, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s public profile got a comment, telling him, "nothing to worry about here… Ping kinda sucks." Jay…

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Apple Trackpad FCC approved ?

A mystery Apple hardware has appeared in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s online database. It appears to be the "Magic Trackpad" or "Magic Slate" device that has been rumored since last year. Last month Engadget posted some photos of similar device. The hardware looks more like Apple keyboard sans keys. Is it another example of…

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Apple computer – time-line (1976 – 2010)

Two high school buddies, both named Steven, founded Apple Computer in 1976. Since then, Apple Computer has repeatedly been at the forefront of technology design and innovation. Some key mile-stones in the company’s history are listed below: 1976 – Apple Computer is founded on April 1 by Steven Wozniak and Steven Jobs. The Apple I…

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iPhone bumpers for free, Apple admits to antenna issues

Apple CEO Steve Jobs told that Apple “screwed up” with the signal algorithm of iPhone 4. Jobs was unhappy on the issue being blown out of proportion. Jobs was talking in a press meet organized to talk about the Antenna problem in new iPhone. Apple was dismissing the antenna problem by telling the consumers to…

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Apple risked the new iPhone design because Steve Jobs liked it very much

Before the July 16 press meet to deal with the antenna problem of iPhone 4, the Wall Street Journal article, quoting a person familiar with the matter said that Apple is not planning to recall the phone. Quoting another source, WSJ claim, Apple engineers knew of the risks associated with the new antenna design for,…

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