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Fruit Loop: Construction on Apple Campus 2 Begins

After receiving final approval from the Cupertino City Council to build its massive new headquarters in the Northern California city, Apple wasted no time in moving ahead with the project. Earlier this week, the company began demolition of the existing site, which formerly belonged to Hewlett-Packard. Once that phase of the project is completed, construction can begin on the 176-acre campus and the vast, spaceship-shaped building that will be its centerpiece.

Apple Can Begin Work on New Spaceship Campus

We have liftoff.

Insert Bad “Apple Campus 2 Approved for Lift Off” Joke Here

“Our home for innovation and creativity for decades to come,” says CEO Tim Cook.

It’s No “Game of Thrones” Finale, but Yahoo Logo-Palooza Ends Tonight

Finally, the end of the parade of design losers who will not be marrying the Silicon Valley Internet giant comes to an end.

Up Is Down and Down Is Up: Yahoo Stock Waxes, While Apple Wanes

Ironic, much?

Apple: We’re Designing Campus 2 The Same Way We’d Design an iPhone

Apple’s new campus may not be ready until 2016 — a year beyond its original target completion date.

Back to School: Summer Ends as Tech Giants Get Ready for a Device Rumble

School days, school days, dear old golden rule days. Readin’ and ’ritin’ and ’rithmetic, taught to the tune of the memory stick.

Verizon iPhone: What, AT&T Worry?