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The Office for iPad team went on Reddit for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session, and spilled the beans on everything from the next version of Office for OS X to Clippy's Mac alter ego.
Jason, Dan, Chris, and Phil talk about the new book about the post-Steve Jobs Apple.
The Apple head honcho said 'Haunted Empire,' by former Wall Street Journal writer Yukari Iwatani Kane, 'fails to capture' anything about Steve Jobs or the company he co-founded.
What's cooking in the pot of Apple news this fine Tuesday morning? I'm glad you asked. Here are some of the stories that caught our interest.
Don't worry about diving into the madness that is your RSS feed: We've got you covered. Here are some of the more prominent Apple stories making the rounds this Thursday.
The long-serving financial chief will be succeeded by the company's current corporate controller, Luca Maestri, beginning in June.
Apple's also published a document that details how several security systems in iOS work, and been deemed the most admired company in the world for a seventh straight time.
Mobile-payment apps for iOS are growing quickly, positioning Apple for a dominant position in the burgeoning field.
At Monday's earnings call, Apple execs made it clear in lots of little ways that they have their eyes on the enterprise market for iOS.
At Monday's earnings call with analysts, Apple CEO Tim Cook responded to a wide range of questions with his usual caution. But he did let drop a few choice morsels. Here's our transcript of his responses.
Record-setting sales of iPhones and iPads and more Macs sold fail to boost Apple's bottom line.
Despite Apple's historically low sales in the business market, iPhones and iPads have increasingly permeated the corporate world, from utility companies to multinational tech companies.
What kind of boost can you get if you upgrade your old Mac Pro, instead of buying a new one? Macworld Lab ran a series of tests to find out.
Looking for some non-CES reading this morning? Check out this fascinating profile on Apple's soon-to-be-head-of-retail, Angela Ahrendts, from Fast Company's Jeff Chu.