Archive | December 14th, 2010

BooBoo kills Yogi Bear [Video]

14. December 2010

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Not Apple related at all, but this video is at a sufficiently high WTF level as to warrant posting. BooBoo wacking his dear old dad Yogi for a $5,000 reward – say what?! This spoof of an alternate ending was the brainchild of 25-year old Rhode Island School of Design grad student Edmund Earle. Check […]

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Where is Steve Jobs? Apple owes him $37.91

14. December 2010

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We know Apple is secretive, but come on, this is taking things to far! Initially discovered by Gawker, it appears that Apple, according to California state records, owes acting CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs a whopping $37.91. Now this may not sound like much, but given that Jobs only earns $1 a year, this is […]

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Apple on track to sell 4.3 million Macs during holiday quarter

14. December 2010

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Despite the fact that the iPhone accounts for the bulk of Apple’s profits, Mac sales continue to grow quarter after quarter. John Paczkowski writes for All Things D: The latest domestic sales data from NPD shows Apple on pace to sell between 4.1 million and 4.3 million Macs in the December quarter. Which would make […]

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Angry Birds projected to earn $1 million a month on Android

14. December 2010

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Angry Birds seems to be making mobile gaming history week after week. Most recently TechCrunch reports that Rovio is on track to earn upwards of $1 million per month via advertising alone on the Android version of Angry Birds. Alas, the game is free on Google’s OS but costs $0.99 on Apple’s iOS. Still, let […]

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Judge dismisses Paul Allen’s lawsuit against Apple and 10 other tech companies

14. December 2010

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After suing Apple and 10 other major tech companies such as Google and eBay for alleged patent infringement, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen had his lawsuit, initially filed this past August, dismissed for being too vague. Not surprisingly, Apple and the slew of other defendants had submitted motions asking the court to dismiss Allen’s claims on […]

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Goldman Sachs resumes coverage of Apple with $430 stock target

14. December 2010

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Shortly before shares of Apple jumped to an all-time intraday high yesterday¬†of $325.06, and before shares closed at an all-time closing high of $321.67, Goldman Sachs resumed its coverage of Apple with a respectable $430 price target. To support the price target, Goldman Sachs analyst Bill Shope argues that other analysts are needlessly worried about […]

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