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  1. Apple Honors Steve Jobs With Homepage Takeover of Official Site

    5:01 pm 10/5/2011

    The Apple site switched to a full black and white photo of the co-founder and visionary. Read more

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  2. Apple iPhone 4S: What Hollywood Is Saying

    5:47 pm 10/4/2011

    Industry insiders discuss content delivery and the future of the human interface as related to the new smart phone.Read more

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  3. Apple iPhone 4S Elicits Mixed Web Reaction From Consumers

    3:31 pm 10/4/2011

    Voice command feature attracts attention but many express disappointment that an iPhone 5 was not introduced.Read more

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  4. Tim Cook's iPhone 4S Launch Presentation: What the Media Are Saying

    2:22 pm 10/4/2011

    Reactions from some of the experts were mixed, ranging from "smart" to "dull" with only muted praise.Read more

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  5. Apple Introduces iPhone 4S With Voice Control Features

    12:29 pm 10/4/2011

    Upgraded hardware allows natural language commands; iCloud set to launch Oct. 12.Read more

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  6. Apple's Tim Cook: 5 Things to Know About the New CEO

    10:25 am 10/4/2011

    The exec hosts his first iPhone event Tuesday since taking over from Steve Jobs on August 24.Read more

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  7. Kindle Fire: What the Experts Are Saying

    4:23 pm 9/28/2011

    The surprisingly low price of the Amazon tablet seems to overshadow any missing bells and whistles.Read more

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  8. Amazon Set to Announce Kindle That Rivals the iPad

    12:00 pm 9/26/2011

    The updated touch screen tablet would seek to compete against Apple’s dominant device.Read more

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  9. Fall TV's 'The X Factor,' 'New Girl' Among Top Shows For Advertisers

    12:35 pm 9/21/2011

    Marketing group NewMediaMetrics ranked the best Fall shows for big advertisers like Apple, Coca-Cola and Ford to feature their products during. Read more

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  10. Apple Ends Trading Monday as Most Valuable Company on Stock Market

    6:08 pm 9/19/2011

    Even without Steve Jobs as CEO, Wall Street determines that the maker of iPads is 11 times more valuable than Time Warner.Read more

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