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Why the Apple-IBM deal matters

Times have changed since Apple's '1984' commercial bashing IBM.

Why Apple-IBM is a win-win

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InfoWorld's Galen Gruman says the IBM-Apple deal is good for both companies: IBM gets to ride the iPad wave, and Apple gets some serious enterprise cred.

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Apple, IBM launch partnership for mobile enterprise apps, services, more

Historical rivals Apple and IBM are teaming up to take on mobile enterprise computing with a combination of apps, services, and support.

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Apple's Swift blog shows how important the new language is

Apple's newly-launched blog dedicated to Swift is either a sign that the Apocalypse is nigh, or that the company is betting big on its new programming language.

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App documentary exclusive: Gruber on Jobs

John Gruber of Daring Fireball on what we lost when Steve Jobs died, with comparisons to Stanley Kubrick and David Foster Wallace. From "App: The Human Story," a forthcoming documentary currently funding on Kickstarter.

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Apple updates environmental progress for 2014

The company released its annual Environmental Responsibility Report, detailing some of the improvements it's made in the past year, as well as the challenges it faces.

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Comic: Apple innovation (and the laws of physics)

Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: Apple innovation (and the laws of physics).

Samsung invokes Alice to challenge two Apple patents

Samsung cited a Supreme Court ruling that tightened patent standards when it asked a court to find two Apple patent claims invalid

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These are human people you're playing with

Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the tech news of the week including Facebook's seeming disdain for privacy, Apple's Pride, Aperture hubbub, and iTunes U improvements.

Reading List: Do it yourself

Apple's reportedly building an in-house team to work on speech recognition research, but its in-house advertising team isn't doing so hot.