Yep, It’s Looking Like an iPad Christmas

If you’re in the market for an iPad, there are deals to be had.
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AllThingsD Week in Review: Apple Freshens Up & Pinterest and Snapchat See Dollar Signs

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.
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The Laptops to Buy

There’s good news for laptop buyers, Walt says: The confusing changes in the sagging laptop industry have settled down enough that now may be the time to buy one.
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Apple’s iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini Event, in Pictures

The view from the audience at Apple’s latest product event.
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Apple Rolls Out New Gadgets, Keeps Same Strategy

Apple’s latest offerings include the iPad Air, an iPad Mini with Retina display, new MacBooks, Mac Pros and lots of free software.
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Apple Unveils the New Thinner, Lighter MacBook Pro

Complete with Intel’s new chips for better battery life.
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Apple’s New Mac Pro Will Ship in December

“Can’t innovate anymore, my ass …”
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What to Expect From Apple’s Fall iPad Event (Spoiler: New iPads!)

Fifth-generation iPad, second-generation iPad mini, OS X Mavericks, Haswell MacBook Pros …
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News Byte

Best Buy Cuts MacBook Pro Price by $200 for Back-to-School Season

It’s only the middle of July, but Best Buy is already kicking off back-to-school season by reducing the price of two of its best-selling MacBook Pro models by $200. The 13.1-inch MacBook Pro with a 500 gigabyte hard drive and 4GB of memory now costs $1,000, while the 13.1-inch model with a 750GB hard drive and 8GB of memory is $1,300. Students who register on Best Buy’s Student Deals site with their “.edu” email address will get an additional $100 in savings. The MacBook promotion starts today, and will end July 27.

At WWDC, Apple Unveils a Reimagined iOS and a Refreshed OS X

Live coverage and analysis as the World Wide Developers Conference keynote unfolded in San Francisco.
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Apple Investors Are Still Wusses

A PC Virus on a Mac

Keeping the Family Tree