8 Picks For Apple’s Next Head of Retail

Apple is once again on the hunt for an executive to oversee its retail stores, a keystone of the company’s success.
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Macs Continue to Claim More Office Space

Uh, excuse me … I believe you have my Mac, please.
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Needham’s Call on iPad’s Quarter: Hold on to Your Socks

Forecast: 20 million iPads sold.
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A New Milestone for the Mac: 5 Percent of the Global PC Market

Buoyed by increasing sales in enterprise and explosive growth in the Asia Pacific, the company’s share of the global PC market passed the 5 percent mark last quarter, for the first time in 15 years.
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Mac Sales Keep Booming, and the Fireworks Are in Asia

No surprises here: The Mac continues to kick ass. And it’s kicking a lot of it in Asia.
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2020: Still the Year of the iPad

Competing against Apple’s iPad has been a fruitless endeavor for most who have tried, and sadly for the company’s rivals, that’s not going to change any time soon.
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Bring Out Your Dead: Is Research In Motion the Next DEC?

“Wasted Research, downward Motion.”
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Verizon Android Users Probably Just Holding Out for iPhone 5

If the debut of the iPhone on Verizon didn’t trigger quite the mass exodus of Android users some had expected, it could be because the carrier is more of a stronghold for Google’s mobile OS than anyone expected. But there might be another reason, as well.
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Mac Sales Outpace Market… Again

There’s really no other way to say this: The Mac is kicking ass. Not only is its growth outpacing that of the broader market, it’s doing it in virtually every segment from government to enterprise.
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Is an "iPhone Lite" Still an iPhone?

There’s little doubt that Apple’s share of the smartphone market–particularly in emerging countries–would benefit from a less expensive version of the iPhone–an “iPhone Lite.” But can the company even build one?

Analyst Warns of Global iPademic

Apple Stores Raking In Revenue

Palm Running Out of Time–Again