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Friday, September 6th, 2013

Rejoice! Safari Is Once Again Providing Google Referral Information In iOS

By Barry Schwartz.

Since last September, people using Safari on iOS devices and searching on Google have appeared to publishers as if they came directly to their sites, not via Google.

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Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

Apple continues elegant advertising campaign with a touching FaceTime ad

By Enrique Manalang

After numerous mediocre and sometimes even cringe-worthy commercials, Apple introduced an advertising campaign that was relatable and somehow even touching to watch.

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Monday, August 19th, 2013

Why iOS in the Car is a very big deal for Apple

By Daniel Eran Dilger.

Apple’s new automotive initiative with iOS in the Car a prime focus for the company. Here’s a look at the strategy behind it, and the company’s options for bringing the new feature to market next year.

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Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Will Apple Sideline Siri Before She Kills Google?

By Dan Kaplan.

In the wake of Apple’s big iOS 7 reveal, there has been much hoopla and quibbling. The bulk about it has centered around the design choices made by Jony Ive, his team and (apparently) some icon designers in marketing.

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Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

TextExpander Touch 2.0 Brings Fill-In Snippets, Formatted Text To iOS

By Federico Viticci.

I rely on Smile’s TextExpander to save keystrokes on my Mac on a daily basis, but the iOS counterpart, TextExpander touch, has always felt vastly underpowered due to limitations imposed by Apple on the iPhone and iPad.

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Friday, May 10th, 2013

The Only Thing Apple Really Sells

By Brian Barrett

A recent Wall Street Journal article posits an interesting question: Is Apple a hardware company or a software company? Does it sell iPhones or iClouds? The answer has deep meaning for the analysts who evaluate the company’s worth.

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Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Five great, free iPhone apps you may not have heard of (but should get)

By Nikhil Pradhan.

Addicted to digging out apps for your iPhone but don’t want to spend a dime? Here are five awesome apps that will slake your thirst.

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Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Loren Brichter: Designs on the future of iOS apps

By Erica Ogg.

Before he was 25, he’d invented what is now one of the most ubiquitous iOS app features around. At 28, Loren Brichter is continuing to push the boundaries of what an app can do. We sat down and talked about his future and that of iOS.

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Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Apple touts Office compatibility with iWork for iOS updates

By Jacqui Cheng.

Apple is stepping up its iWork game by publishing compatibility charts that show which Microsoft Office features are supported by the corresponding iWork apps for iOS.

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Monday, December 17th, 2012

Ex-Apple execs discuss Steve Jobs and product design

Sourced from MacDailyNews

“There’s a host of interesting insights for Apple watchers emerging from LeWeb in Paris, France, this week,” Jonny Evans reports for Computerworld, “where iPod Daddy, Tony Fadell, sat down to talk about the smart home and the company’s recently departed European vice president, Pascal Cagni, gave a few hints of the philosophy that guides Cupertino in its business and revealed he got his job because he ‘wasn’t a salesman, but a product guy.’”

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