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The New York Times peers into Apple University, the technology company's internal training resource. A fascinating read, especially if you're curious as to how Picasso relates to Apple products.
Some may joke that the dog days of summer make for slow news days, but we're here to fill you in on the top stories of August 6th, all the same.
Knock knock. Who's there? Oh, just some Apple news for Tuesday, August 5th.
Happy Monday from the Macworld news desk.
Apple's CEO took to Twitter to greet the new acquisition, and both companies have posted messages on their websites.
The company acquired services BookLamp and Swell, both of which focus on analyzing and recommending different kinds of content for readers and listeners.
The formula is pretty simple: Number of Mac users plus number of iOS users times how much money Apple makes on each one, plus what it's making from all those iTunes accounts, equals a pretty healthy company.
Even in an era where critics complain the company has lost a step, Apple’s profits keep climbing. The company released its fiscal third-quarter earnings report on Tuesday, reporting revenue of $37.4 billion and a net profit of $7.7 billion.
As Apple prepares for its latest quarterly conference call, Dan Moren runs down the list of what to expect in the company's results.
Wagner, a founding partner of BlackRock, replaces Intuit Chairman Bill Campbell, the company's longest serving director.
Historical rivals Apple and IBM are teaming up to take on mobile enterprise computing with a combination of apps, services, and support.
Serenity Caldwell, Brad Chacos, Dan Moren, and Jason Snell preview Apple's worldwide developer conference.
The rumors of a deal between Apple and Beats Music provides a rare peek into Apple's thinking when it comes to acquiring companies.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at length during Apple's second-quarter earnings call, touching on the iPad's recent sales decline, Apple TV, and the numbers from China.