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iPhone SE

When Apple reinvented the phone in 2007 they changed not only an industry, but popular culture forever. As consumers, we became fluent in the use of apps, music and telephone calls bonded on the same device and after computer scientists had toiled on touchscreens for decades, Apple went and put a beautiful little one, on a phone. Almost a decade on, Apple have seen their first ever decline in sales for their super-star product but it remains the standard bearer for an industry.
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The Apple Watch, 1984 style.

CUPERTINO, California—September 9, 1984—Apple Computer Inc.® today unveiled Apple // watch™—its most personal device ever. Apple // watch introduces a revolutionary design and A BASIC USER INTERFACE created specifically for a smaller device. Apple // watch features A KNOB, an innovative way to SCROLL, without obstructing the display. The KNOB also serves as the RETURN button and a convenient way to PRESS RETURN.
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Podcast #15: Where’s my Glass, Tech in 2015 & Privacy after Paris.

The longevity of Apps, Apple & IBM and the life-cycle of enterprise apps. What's likely to be important across the technology industry in 2015? Will Apple Watch revive the idea of iBeacons in retail, Google Glass gets a change of direction as Google's haute couture device slips under the wing of Nest's Tony Fadell and after Paris, will the right to privacy be stripped to the bare minimum?
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Will Apple launch their own currency in 2014? #5

Apple seem to banning apps like Coinbase from the App store and I played with The Jester's new app, Bitcoin Bud this week, it got me thinking about a blog post I wrote in 2012 - could Apple be planning a currency of their own? I chatted about this with App developer Dermot Daly of Tapadoo this week, and it seems he agrees it may be something Apple do in 2014 and he chats about the mobile commerce projects he's been involved with.
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Apple after Steve Jobs: Newstalk, Down To Business

With Apple's recent quarterly results showing a fall in profit, and research from Strategy Dynamics on the second quarters tablet sales indicating Apple's iPad market share may be down to 28%, we discussed Apple after Steve Jobs and is Tim Cook going to get the world's biggest technology back on track?

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HTC and Apple shake hands. Sort of.

10 years in the technology business is a long time. Time for a revolution, or two. Time for a niche market player to becomes the world's largest, most talked about company. Things change. During the last 10 years, HTC and Apple have been involved in a dispute over patent infringements.

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