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One of the major stumbling stones in previous agreements between Apple and Microsoft about licensing the software has been successfully removed. In fact, with yesterday's launch of Office applications for the iPad, financial details of the joint venture become public. According to reports, Apple charges Microsoft as much as 30 % commission from every subscription to Office 365, which is paid via new iOS Office applications.

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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 16:20

Office for iPad comes on 27th March?

Microsoft has scheduled a conference for 27th March. What will be the main topic is not yet known, but according to the announcement, the event will be focused on the overlap between the cloud and mobile computing.

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One user on the Chinese social network Weibo decided to set up a few screenshots that he claims to belong to the new Apple's mobile operating system. Although it is a new and yet unknown source from which this information was leaked, editorial portal 9to5Mac confirmed their authenticity with a few of their sources. 

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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 06:09

Office for iPad on the way

Office for iPad is coming, but still it is not known exactly when. According to ZDNet, it could happen by June this year.

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Sunday, 09 February 2014 19:55

Apple stays with PowerVR GPUs

After Apple this year for the production of A8 processor (SoC) hired companies that have not participated in the development of processors for Apple, an open question remained who will make the graphics processor for the new iPhone 6 and the upcoming iDevices.

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Sunday, 29 December 2013 20:36

Apple fined in Taiwan

Taiwan Trade Commission fined the company Apple with a fine in the amount of $667,000 because of their impact on the price of iPhone products and tariffs that go along with them in the Taiwanese telecommunications operators. Also, they noted that if this practice continues Apple will be punished with a much higher fine in the amount of $1,670,000.

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Thursday, 26 December 2013 10:14

Tim Cook expects big things to happen in 2014

Apple's CEO Tim Cook has sent a lengthy letter to all company's employees in which he presented plans for 2014 and reflected on the successes in the 2013. In addition to the launch of the new iPhone, iOS 7, and two new versions of the iPad, Cook points out that he is particularly proud of the fact that they have started shipping the Mac Pro, which is manufactured in the United States, to be more precise, in Austin, Texas. They also recorded 50 Billionth application download from the AppStore this year, which the company also considered as an extremely great achievement.

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Wednesday, 13 November 2013 22:44

iPad mini Retina is here

The last information that came through the Korean media said that the iPad Mini with Retina display will not see the light of day for a while longer due to problems in production.

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For many years Apple has existed in something of a bubble. The bubble was created by their PR and Marketing division (arguably one of the best on the planet) and was designed to put Apple on a higher platform. Part of this was to paint the hardware and software used in Apple’s products as “higher-quality” which commanded a much higher price. This has allowed Apple to push their products on the market as significantly higher prices than their competition and still maintain great sales.

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Thursday, 07 November 2013 20:28

Onkyo headphones for iOS devices

Two new models will come under the labels ES-CTI300 and IE-CTI300, the first model is derived in the form of headphones, while other one is in the form of popular earphones. ES-CTI300 headphones are made of lightweight aluminum, come with 40mm drivers and detachable cable for which manufacturer guarantees that it will not get tangled, while IE-CTI300 comes with drivers of 14.3 mm diameter.

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