Archive | August 17th, 2012

Does Apple’s VP of Retail – John Browett – understand what Apple is all about?

17. August 2012

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In the wake of Apple tinkering with its retail formula in an effort to raise profits at the expense of Apple’s highly regarded customer service,¬†Jim Darlymple of The Loop¬†wrote a worthwhile entry arguing that Apple’s new VP of Retail – John Browett – better think twice before he attempts to turn Apple’s uber-profitable retail stores […]

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iPads becoming more popular among Pharmaceutical sales reps

17. August 2012

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The iPads growing influence in the Medical realm has been well documented, but now comes a report highlighting how Apple’s popular tablet computer is also making an impact in the pharmaceutical realm. According to a survey recently conducted by Manhattan Research, approximately 65% of polled physicians indicated that they had had an interaction with a […]

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Researcher highlights SMS security flaw in iOS

17. August 2012

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A security researcher based out of the UK put up a blog post late this week publicizing a security flaw in Apple’s iPhone SMS app. According to the post, put up by “pod2g”, Apple’s current version of its SMS app makes it easy for a malicious individual to send a text message from a spoofed […]

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Analyst believes Apple iTV is already in “full production”

17. August 2012

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Hot on the heels of a report from the WSJ claiming that Apple is in talks with cable operators regarding a set-top box capable of running live Television programming and more comes a new research report from Jeffries & Co. analyst Peter Misek who turns the spotlight back on the long rumored Apple HDTV. Believe […]

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Judge Lucy Koh says Samsung will not be granted more time to plead its case

17. August 2012

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Perhaps a strategic miscalculation on Samsung’s part, but it seems like the Korean-based electronics giant is very close to using up its 25-hour allotment of time that Judge Lucy Koh granted to both Apple and Samsung prior to the start of the case. As Ina Fried of All Things D points out, this is the […]

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