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Thursday, July 28, 2016
Checked 7:30 AM; Last Updated 6:15 PM CDT; 23:15 GMT


  • "Apple, Accustomed to Skating to the Puck, Now Also Guiding the Puck" The Mac Observer 6:16 PM
  • "Steve Jobs used to read and approve every Apple press release" Business Insider 3:40 PM
  • "The real reason Tim Cook loves Pokémon Go is because it proves Apple has been right all along" Business Insider 1:17 PM
  • "Tim Cook mispronounces 'Pokemon.' Earth shatters" CNET 1:05 PM
  • "My two cents: USB-C won't be added to the MacBook Air, because the Air is going away" Apple World Today 12:04 PM
  • "iOS users are worth 10X more than those who settle for Android" MacDailyNews 10:32 AM
  • "Apple's Cook, Maestri bullish on short- and long-term iPhone SE impact" AppleInsider 9:31 AM
  • "What Apple and Tesla Have In Common"  Fortune 9:31 AM
  • "7 Key Takeaways from Apple's Third-Quarter Earnings" TheStreet 9:31 AM
  • "Apple services are growing, hardware slowing" Gigaom 9:30 AM
  • "Titanium PowerBook G4: The Power and The Sex" iMore 9:11 AM
  • "What Will 'Apple Carpool Karaoke' Mean for Fans?"  Apple Gazette 8:51 AM
  • "The Next iPhone Will Be Very Different in One Big Way" Time 8:51 AM
  • "How Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, And Amazon Are Like Drug Stores" NoodleMac 8:27 AM
  • "The Math On Firing Apple CEO Tim Cook" Mac360 8:27 AM
  • "Use The iPad Pencil On A Mac" Mac360 8:09 AM
  • "Tim Cook just reignited speculation about Apple's 'bigger' plans for TV" Business Insider 7:27 AM
  • "What would you do for an internet connection?" ZDNet 12:18 PM
  • "Brick by brick: Will modular handsets save the smartphone market, or destroy it?" ZDNet 7:36 AM
  • "Famous American blogger strikes back against China" I, Cringely 7:30 AM
  • "Why email is dead to me: I have 110,000 unread messages, and I don't care." CNET 2:27 PM
  • "Your Email Is Never Going to Be Safe: There is only one way for you, or Microsoft, or the government to really make communications private." PC Magazine 7:19 AM