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Because there isn’t already enough to watch on TV, it’s time for spending to skyrocket even higher. According to a new report, Apple is set to accelerate its spending on original content from $500M to $4.2B by 2022. That’s a staggering amount, but it still isn’t the highest projection. Amazon, which is a company a… read more

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As if you didn’t already have a lack of free time, a new report states Apple wants to get into the original content game. Netflix, Hulu and Amazon have all found success by producing original content, and now it appears that Apple wants to throw its hat into the ring as well. According to sources… read more


Unless you live under a rock, you know that Apple introduced a new version of the iPad today. The big question, however, is what the heck it’s name is. When Apple unveiled its third generation iPad today they merely called it “the new iPad.”  That’s it.  No numbers, no extra “HD”, nothing else, just plain… read more

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I remember on January 9, 2007 falling deeply in love with the iPhone. A few days later realities set in for me, and while I still liked the idea, but I also knew at that point it was more about the possibilities it represented than what it was at the time.  There was, however, another… read more

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Well, that didn’t take long. Sony is attempting to option the rights to the upcoming biography Steve Jobs by Walter Isaccson. According to Deadline, Sony is making a hefty offer to acquire the rights to the biography that is due out later this month.  The 656-page hardcover is made up of over 40 interviews that… read more

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It’s almost impossible to collect my thoughts at the moment when it comes to the news of Steve Jobs passing. I never owned a Mac before last year, but it was never out of a hatred for Apple, they simply didn’t suit my needs.  However there was one thing that I never had an issue… read more

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I’ve known this day was coming for some time, but it still didn’t stop my jaw from going a bit slack when it finally happened. Steve Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple. I have had my issues with Apple over the years, and even now that I have seemingly converted my computer loving ways… read more

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As I’ve been telling all of you for the past few weeks, I am finally making the change from being primarily a Windows user to a Mac user. While the process has been fairly painless, there has been a hiccup here or there, and this week I hit a doozy. On Monday the 4th, I… read more

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A few years back Apple ran a promotion stating how it had never been easier to switch from a PC to a Mac.  For the most part I would say this is a true statement.  Unlike the old days, most of the programs you’re used to are easily found, or there is something similar you… read more

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I’ll be the first to admit that when I first heard about Apple’s Magic Trackpad, I mocked it. I don’t remember where I mocked it, but I made fun of the concept somewhere. Last Sept. I went to Philadelphia on vacation, and with some time to kill one morning, I swung by the Apple Store… read more

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In a move that is sure to polarize people I know, I am switching my main computer to an iMac. Last Aug. I talked about getting an iMac, my first computer I’ve ever owned from Apple.  My intention was that this particular desktop would stay in my house for use, and that is where it… read more

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Working in the world of tech blogging, I have to write about pretty much all of the companies out there, but I have discovered that any time I say anything positive about Apple, I am immediately labeled an “Apple fanboy”, and anything I have to say is dismissed out of hand. Huh … funny I’m… read more

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