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Apple Inc was founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne as a computer company wich is often credited to have initiated personal computing. After a meteoric rise in the 80s, Apple had lost the personal computing battle against Microsoft and others in the 90s. But in the late 90s and early 2000s, the company came back to profitability by focusing on less products and started using industry-standard components. Apple's largest business is now in the smartphone space, with the iPhone representing more than half of the revenues and an even larger part of the profits. Read our Apple product reviews to see what the company has been up to: iPhone 5 Review, Macbook Pro with Retina display review

Autographed Apple I Computer Fetches $671,400 At Auction

05/27/2013, There’s something about old and discontinued Apple computers that has the ability to fetch pretty high prices despite some of them not exactly being in great working condition, and once again it seems that an auction for an Apple I computer has been...

Apple Believes Galaxy S4 Infringes Its Five Patents

05/22/2013, Apple has now claimed that Samsung Galaxy S4 infringes on five of its patents. The company wants this device to be added to the list of Samsung devices that are claimed to infringe Apple's patents.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Reportedly Slated For Later This Year

05/14/2013, Since last month we have been hearing rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 device, believed to be the first Galaxy device that will tout a plastic OLED display. It is rumored that this device will feature a 5.99 inch Super AMOLED Full HD display, the...

Bill Gates Recognizes Steve Jobs Was Better At Design Than Him

05/13/2013, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are two iconic Silicon Valley men known all around the world for their talents and their success. Microsoft and Apple are both billion dollar empires that have their specific set of products used and loved by millions across the...

10-inch Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet Rumored

05/05/2013, The 7-inch Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon kick started the trend of small and mid-range tablets, that is the view that some have. While this can be debated upon, there’s no denying the fact that Google soon followed suit and released its own 7-inch...

Pentagon Could Enlist Samsung And Apple Devices

05/01/2013, Government contracts can be lucrative business if you happen to win a tender fair and square, but before “victory” is achieved, one would need to perform a careful study when formulating the winning formula, so to speak. We do know that Apple as well...

Original Apple I Computer Up For Auction In Germany This May 25

04/29/2013, We have talked about at least three Apple I auctions in the past, and here we are with yet another one from German auction house Team Breker, who managed to perform quite a feat in rounding up a rather interesting array of significant “firsts”...

Afghanistan Gets An Apple-ish Store

04/24/2013, China is known for its knockoffs, but I’m not talking about fake Rolex wristwatches or Ray Ban shades, I’m talking about fake Apple Stores. Obviously they’re not the real deal, but they come strikingly close to reality. Interesting news...

Tactilize: Create and Share Visual Cards from the iPad

04/24/2013, Tactilize was introduced back in September at TC 50 and it was globally released as a public beta in December 2012. This cool (and free) application allows anyone to create compelling interactive visual “cards” with a mix of photos, text, videos and...

ITC: iPhone Did Not Infringe On Motorola Patent

04/22/2013, Earlier this morning, the folks over at ITC passed a ruling that obviously favored Apple from Cupertino, which would translate to another legal defeat for Motorola, as the ITC ruled that the iPhone did not infringe upon Motorola’s patents. This would...

Tech Companies Donate Money To Aid China’s Earthquake Affectees

04/22/2013, Some people have misconceptions that tech companies are all about money, that all they do is churn out new products every quarter to maximize their earnings. Many big companies are involved in social not-for-profit projects, its their way of “giving...