Archive for July 9th, 2011

How this app developer flexed its muscles to get featured by Apple and the App Store (Appolicious)

July 9, 2011
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How this app developer flexed its muscles to get featured by Apple and the App Store 
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While there is no shortage of workout apps available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, few if any offer the variety, flexibility and 3D model animations of iMuscle.
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iPad 2 shipping time cut to less than a week (Digital Trends)

July 9, 2011
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iPad 2 shipping time cut to less than a week 
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Apple has cut the shipping time of the iPad 2 once again. Now the popular tablet device will be sent on its way between three and five days after an order is placed at its online store.
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Apple makes 50 percent of all handset industry profits, says analyst (Digital Trends)

July 9, 2011
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Apple makes 50 percent of all handset industry profits, says analyst 
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TechLife on Facebook video chat, flying cars, iPhone 5 release date, and more! (Yahoo! News)

July 9, 2011
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Welcome everybody to TechLife on Tecca TV, where we give you the top 5 technology-meets-lifestyle news stories in only 5 minutes. We hope to bring a little Friday Fun to you every week! If you missed last week’s edition, be sure to check out that episode for our take on Google+, a crazy solar...
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Recipe for a rally? Beat lowered estimates (Reuters)

July 9, 2011
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street heads into earnings season next week playing a typical game: Worrying about results a lot, and then rallying on pleasant surprises.
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US stocks rise for the week, despite jobs data (AFP)

July 9, 2011
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NEW YORK (AFP) – US stocks ended the week with a modest gain, despite being punished on Friday by a disappointing jobs report that showed growth was still limping along in the world’s largest economy.
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