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Apple's stock price will collapse to less than half its value, according to a research note from German investment bank Berenberg. AppleInsider reported analyst Adnaan Ahmad told the bank's clients that Apple is too reliant on the iPhone and will have to slash prices because la la la shut up you're not the boss of me.
Two of the best minds that follow Apple got together and worked out what we can expect to see during Apple's March 9 media event. Jeff Gamet and Kelly Guimont (with some inspiration from Chris Breen), take their best shot at predicting what else we might see besides a major Apple Watch palooza.
There was a time, when we were all new to personal computers, that we loved to build and use databases. A computer is the perfect tool for that kind of record keeping. However, in time, we all drifted away from that activity. John Martellaro ponders the why of it all.
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Keynote is a great tool that allows even the beginner to create impressive slide shows for any number of reasons. Even if you are experienced at using Keynote on your Mac, there are some things that are different when using it on your iPad. The following tips should make that experience easier.
This week we learned that with enough resources, organizations know no end to their lust for information via hacking. Attacking and penetrating the best protected systems is a high art, and if even the pros aren't safe, what are the consumer's chances?
What new technologies will literally change the face of the Apple iPhone in 10 years? How should it properly evolve? John Martellaro puts on his futurist hat and speculates where we'll be a decade from now.
Chris Breen announced Tuesday his departure from Macworld magazine to work for Apple. This is the second major hire Apple has made from the ranks of Apple-centric journalist.
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