Update Feb 25, 2010: Apple Plans 25 Stores in China > read more Feb 23, 2010: There have been rumors for months that Apple would open a store in Shanghai. The rumors took on credence by way of brief mention in The Wall Street Journal last November. And now today (Feb 23) Apple Chief Operating [...]
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Updated – Here are a few highlights from Apple Chief Operating Officer (COO) Tim Cook’s Feb 23, 2010 presentation at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference: On Apple TV… “Apple TV is still a hobby” … Apple continues to invest in Apple TV, but it’s still a “hobby.” Apple did grow Apple TV unit sales [...]
They really are out to get you (your IP)! Today’s link-bait award goes to Silicon Alley Insider for this gem of a headline – Reuters Reporter Assaulted While Investigating Apple’s Top-Secret China Suppliers Reuters set out to do a mini exposé on Apple’s (AAPL) secrecy and security policies and the tactics Apple uses to guard its [...]
In a follow up to The Wall Street Journal article – The Microsofting of Apple? – by Holman Jennings Jr., CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo discusses the article’s premise (whether Apple is becoming the next Microsoft in terms of overall strategy) with Broadpoint Amtech analyst Brian Marshall and CNBC’s Jim Goldman. Watch below as Holman Jennings Jr’s [...]
Hundreds of pundits, analysts, consultants and tech watchers have now offered up their opinion of Apple’s new iPad. Having serious fanboi leanings (and AAPL ownership), I’m duly impressed by what I’ve seen. More relevant are the reactions of those who attended the Jan 27th Apple Special Event and had actual “hands on” time with the [...]