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  • Apple Inc. is an American consumer electronics corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, formerly known as Apple Computer Inc. it was founded
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  • 27, 1955) is an engineer, a former member of the board of directors of Apple Inc., and current executive chairman of Google. Technology will move faster
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  • business executive best known for his current role as CEO of Apple Inc. Before joining Apple in 1998, Cook also served as an executive at IBM and Compaq
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  • British designer and the senior vice president of Industrial design at Apple Inc.. Two-time winner of the Design Museum's inaugural Designer of the Year
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  • multimedia and internet-enabled mobile phone that was released by Apple Computer, Inc on 29 June, 2007. Every once in a while a revolutionary product
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  • Jobs (24 February 1955 – 5 October 2011) was the Chairman and CEO of Apple Inc., a company he founded with Steve Wozniak in 1976. He was also the CEO
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  • Signs For Sale (1987), p. 524. Once you go Mac, you'll never go back. Apple Inc. David A. LaBonte, Shiny Objects Marketing: Using Simple Human Instincts
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  • (2007-03-23). Apple Inc. Apple TV. iLounge.com. Retrieved on 2007-04-25.. ...as long as you're content living and playing in an iTunes world, Apple TV more
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  • ca 1861, as quoted in Cezanne, by Ambroise Vollard, Dover publications Inc. New York, 1984, p. 23 Don't you think your Corot [to Guilemet the painter]
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  • that to Apple by itself. Not going to happen. Not on our watch. Steve Ballmer says Microsoft plans to compete with Apple in every market in AppleInsider
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  • bedrock things that are why people at Apple and outside of Apple are getting more excited about the company and what Apple stands for and what its potential
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  • a computer programmer, video game designer, co-founder of Origin Systems Inc., and creator of the Video game series Ultima. As of 2005 he is a Executive
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  • called New Amsterdam. New York City is popularly known as the "The Big Apple", "Gotham City", "Empire City", "Fun City", "The Naked City" and the "City
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  • VeggieTales is an CGI animated Christian video series created by Big Idea Inc. which first came out in 1993. Junior Asparagus: Ah. Who are you? Bob the
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  • Patrick Lo is CEO and Chairman of Netgear, Inc. Once Steve Jobs goes away, which is probably not far away, then Apple will have to make a strategic decision
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  • and there may be two or three Apples I didn't pick upon some bough. But I am done with apple-picking now. "After Apple Picking". Were he not gone,
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  • "A rotten apple will spoil a great many sound ones." (Middle English: "A roted eppel amang þe holen: makeþ rotie þe yzounde."). An apple a day keeps
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  • only Excuse Damage Inc. Slamming through don't fuck with razorback Stepping out? You'll feel our hell on your back! Damage Inc. Blood will follow
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  • investor, philanthropist, and author. He is the founder and CEO of Dell Inc., one of the world’s leading sellers of personal computers (PCs). He was
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  • an awful lot like the Apple store. Schneier, Bruce (speaker). (19 June 2013).(2013). Bruce Schneier: Talks at Google Google Inc.. Wikipedia has
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