Author: Parth Dhebar
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A few days after WWDC 2011, Steve Jobs revealed Apple’s plans for a massive new campus in Cupertino, CA known as the “Spaceship”

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After many rumors and speculation, Apple has finally released its OS X Lion USB thumb drive

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Last year, it was revealed that Time managing editor Walter Isaacson was working on the first authorized biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

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A few weeks ago, it was reported that Apple was going to open a new Apple Store in New York’s Grand Central Terminal.

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Apple recently has been involved in a number of patent lawsuits with competitors using the Android OS.

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Amazon hasn’t publicly announced it yet, but they have quietly launched a new web app called “Kindle Cloud Reader” that allows Chrome and Safari users to access their Kindle eBooks through their browsers.

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Last month, it was reported that Apple began working on a $6.6 million renovation of the plaza and glass cube at the iconic Fifth Avenue Apple Store in Manhattan.

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Yesterday, Apple was sued over a “fast booting” patent. Today, a new class-action lawsuit has been filed against Apple and 5 major book publishers.

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Today, MacRumors has discovered that Apple has updated its reuse and recycling programs.

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Patently Apple has discovered that Apple has been hit with a new patent lawsuit regarding “fast booting” used in OS X.

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Today morning, Apple has announced a new lower cost $999 iMac for education institutions.

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In the past, rumors have suggested that Apple was working on making the iPhone available to China Mobile customers.

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A year ago, Apple introduced a service called “Find My iPhone” which would let users locate, lock, and even wipe the iOS device from anywhere.

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A month ago, it was reported that Ron Johnson would be leaving Apple.

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Safari has exceeded 8% browser share

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