Archive | January 17th, 2013

Ashton Kutcher as a vested Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak [Photo]

17. January 2013

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Behold, a photo of Ashton Kuther as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Woz. Gad seems like an interesting choice for the role, and he certainly could use some help with his beard. Kutcher, on the other hand, has the Jobs look down pat. The indie film, creatively titled “Jobs”, will be released this April [...]

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iPhone 5S to begin preliminary production in March ahead of June/July launch

17. January 2013

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Echoing reports from a few other analysts, Jefferies analyst Peter Misek recently issued a research note to investors claiming that Apple’s preliminary builds of the iPhone 5S will commence in March ahead of an anticipated launch date in either June or July. Notably, this would mark Apple’s return to a Spring/Summer launch schedule. If you [...]

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Facebook Search and the challenges ahead

17. January 2013

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Check out this great synopsis on what the new Facebook Search is all about and the challenges and opportunities it presents from the always insightful Danny Sullivan from Search Engine Land. Need a good plumber? An electrician? Someone to do your taxes? A doctor? A dentist? These are all typically questions that are great to [...]

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Henry Blodget shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss theory of Apple stock manipulation

17. January 2013

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Earlier this week, a somewhat suspect story leaked claiming that Apple was reducing its iPhone 5 display orders by a factor of 50%. Since then, some folks are shouting that Apple’s best days are behind it while others are suspecting that there may be a bit of stock manipulation at work ahead of Apple’s earnings [...]

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Apple’s screen orders down on account of improving yields?

17. January 2013

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  The Apple bears are singing songs of victory these days, with recent reports that Apple recently reduced the number of iPhone 5 displays it wants delivered. The presumable take-away is that iPhone 5 demand is on the decline, Apple’s days are numbered, and let’s all greet our new Samsung overlords with open arms. But [...]

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