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Microsoft updated their Mac Office 2011 page today on multiple editing with Burberry iPhone 4 Cases . Collaborating with friends, colleagues and classmates is worry-free with the co-authoring tools in Office 2011. Documents can be stored in the cloud (SkyDrive free to consumers and SharePoint for businesses) allowing for multiple people to access and edit a document. In addition, there is built-in support for the Office Burberry iPhone 4S Cases Web Apps. That lets a user edit an Office document, even if they are at a machine that doesn’t have Office installed on it. The team also announced new features in Outlook for Mac including the scheduling assistant, which allows users to see their calendar in line with their mail resulting in a more efficient workflow. Additionally, PowerPoint 2011 allows users to broadcast a presentation. Broadcast Slideshow lets the users of your choice view your presentation at your speed, all Burberry iPhone 4S Case recipients need is a browser connection.

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Blast from the past:debuts iPhone 4 Cases

His sales pitches are now legendary but this one stood out from the rest. On the approach of the five-year anniversary of Apple's Louis Vuitton iPhone 4 Cases , we dug out this video of Steve Jobs at his mesmerizing best. It was vintage Jobs, striding across the stage as he teased the crowd into bursts of applause and whoops of delight while the features appeared on the big screen behind him. "An iPod, a phone, and an Internet communicator...are you getting it? These are not three separate devices. This is one device. And we are calling it Designer iPhone 4 Cases . Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone." It was a pivotal moment in Apple's history of Designer iPad 2 Cases . Up until then, the company had been known primarily as a computer manufacturer that had successfully branched into the portable music player business (thanks in no small part to its very successful iTunes media service). But a smartphone maker? More than a few people at the time thought this was a stretch. In fact, as my CNET colleague Josh Lowensohn recounts, there was no shortage of skeptics who believed the iPhone was too expensive and hampered in other ways. Long story short, they took a dim view of Jobs' ambitions to become a player in the cell phone business. Apple has since gone on to sell more than 218 million Chanel iPhone 4 Case .

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iPhone 4 case

After taking down a speech therapy application designed for children, Apple might eventually reinstate it, according to a new report. The Register is reporting today, citing sources, that Apple plans to bring the Speak for Yourself iPad application back to its App Louis Vuitton iPad 3 Case Store if the company behind the program -- Speak For Yourself LLC -- wins a patent case brought against it recently. Apple earlier this month removed the Speak for Yourself augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) language app from its Designer iPad 2 Cases store after Prentke Romich Company (PRC) and Semantic Compaction, companies operating in the AAC field, sued Speak for Yourself for patent violation. The companies said that that the application, which is designed to help children with developmental disabilities communicate through the iPad, was found to have "numerous instances of infringement." PRC has a technology it calls Unity, which it claims Speak for Yourself infringed upon, to power language devices. For its part, Speak for Yourself, which was started by two certified speech therapists, has fought hard against the infringement claim, and has even launched a petition to get Apple to bring the application back to its Burberry iPhone 4 Cases store. So far, that petition has over 4,000 signatures out of the desired 5,000. Apple has not commented on the takedown, but the Register claims to have received an "off-the-record briefing" in which it was told that Speak for Yourself would be making a comeback if all goes well in court. Until then, Speak for Yourself is still offering its SFY-Lite application for free in the App Chanel iPhone 4 Case Store.

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Apple CEO says iPhone 4 Cases update to come 'next year'

Despite some reports to the contrary, there isn't much new in the latest HTC Cases update. After Apple added a "new" tag to the iPhone 4 Cases on its Web site yesterday and some people complained, the company quickly took down the tag, according to MacRumors. Now, CEO Tim Cook is saying that more extensive updates won't happen until "later next year." Hints of this first came when the machine wasn't even mentioned during Apple's presentation at WWDC yesterday. Then when the "new" tag appeared on its Web site, a member of the original Apple Macintosh development team Andy Hertzfeld lambasted the company on his Google Plus profile for the Designer iPad 3 case updates. The specs for the 'new' Mac Pro had hardly changed, except for a tiny, inconsequential processor clock bump," Hertzfeld wrote. "Still no Thunderbolt, still no USB 3.0, no SATA III or RAM speed improvements. It seems like it's stuck in time in 2010. The only thing that's still high-end about it is the bloated price." Apple's Mac Pro costs between $2,499 and $3,799, depending on which model the customer chooses. Additional upgrades can push that price higher. Mac Pro fans are saying they're being left in the lurch. Late last month, some Mac Pro owners launched a Facebook Page called "We Want a New Mac Pro" that pleaded for an update to the machine. As of this writing, the movement has 18,149 likes. According to MacRumors, this is an e-mail that CEO Tim Cook posted on the Facebook Page in response to an e-mail sent by a guy named Franz: Franz, Thanks for your email. Our Pro customers like you are really important to us. Although we didn't have a chance to talk about a new Mac Pro at today's event, don't worry as we're working on something really great for later next year. We also updated the current model today. We've been continuing to update Final Cut Pro X with revolutionary pro features like industry leading multi-cam support and we just updated Aperture with incredible new image adjustment features. We also announced Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases is a great solution for many pros.

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Apple CEO says iPhone 4 Cases update to come 'next year'

Despite some reports to the contrary, there isn't much new in the latest HTC Cases update. After Apple added a "new" tag to the iPhone 4 Cases on its Web site yesterday and some people complained, the company quickly took down the tag, according to MacRumors. Now, CEO Tim Cook is saying that more extensive updates won't happen until "later next year." Hints of this first came when the machine wasn't even mentioned during Apple's presentation at WWDC yesterday. Then when the "new" tag appeared on its Web site, a member of the original Apple Macintosh development team Andy Hertzfeld lambasted the company on his Google Plus profile for the Designer iPad 3 case updates. The specs for the 'new' Mac Pro had hardly changed, except for a tiny, inconsequential processor clock bump," Hertzfeld wrote. "Still no Thunderbolt, still no USB 3.0, no SATA III or RAM speed improvements. It seems like it's stuck in time in 2010. The only thing that's still high-end about it is the bloated price." Apple's Mac Pro costs between $2,499 and $3,799, depending on which model the customer chooses. Additional upgrades can push that price higher. Mac Pro fans are saying they're being left in the lurch. Late last month, some Mac Pro owners launched a Facebook Page called "We Want a New Mac Pro" that pleaded for an update to the machine. As of this writing, the movement has 18,149 likes. According to MacRumors, this is an e-mail that CEO Tim Cook posted on the Facebook Page in response to an e-mail sent by a guy named Franz: Franz, Thanks for your email. Our Pro customers like you are really important to us. Although we didn't have a chance to talk about a new Mac Pro at today's event, don't worry as we're working on something really great for later next year. We also updated the current model today. We've been continuing to update Final Cut Pro X with revolutionary pro features like industry leading multi-cam support and we just updated Aperture with incredible new image adjustment features. We also announced Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases is a great solution for many pros.

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Why go iphone4 cases ?

Wondering whether you should part with $21 for a Best iPad 3 cases ? That is, after all, a lot for an iPhone 4 Cases these days. Apple is trying to make that decision easier by offering lots and lots reasons to buy a Best iPad 3 case . While professionals may need little convincing, will the average user care? Here is the list of core benefits Apple is claiming for the iPhone 4S Cases : Raw specs: 15.4-inch, 2,800x1,800 resolution, 220 pixels per inch (ppi). By comparison, the third-generation iPad is 2,048x1,536 and 264 ppi. Contrast, viewing angle: Higher contrast ratios, deeper blacks, better viewing angle (via IPS tech), reduced glare and reflection (by up to 75 percent). -- Phil Schiller OS X updated: OS X Lion has been updated to take full advantage of Retina display. "Reading your mail is like reading fine print," said Schiller. Reality check: It will take awhile for non-Apple applications to go Retina, if indeed lots do. Safari: "Surfing the Web can be like experiencing print quality," Schiller said. Sharper than a printed page. Reality check: But that doesn't necessarily apply to other Web browsers. iPhoto: "Looking at thumbnail photos in the events view, you'll see a clarity and level of detail you've never seen before," Schiller said. Aperture : "Major update" to Aperture. "The whole UI has been updated for Retina...every element...now you're looking at four times the resolution of your photos," Schiller said. Final Cut Pro: "Because of the density of the Retina display, that video area in the top right...that is 1080P HD video. That means there are over three million pixels left over for your magnetic timeline...effects. Nine simultaneous streams of "ProRes" video [and] four simultaneous streams of uncompressed video [are possible now]," Schiller said. Adobe: Version of Photoshop that takes advantage of Retina coming (Schiller). Autodesk: Updated Autocad will allow "a level of detailed work not possible in a notebook before," Schiller said. Schiller did offer this qualifier, though. "Applications do have to be updated to take advantage of the Retina Display. If they aren't, we can pixel-double them and make them the proper size." Pixel doubling, as most users know, is not a pretty sight. But getting back to the list above. Similar Retina-justifying arguments were made by Apple for the third-generation iPad Retina. And Apple didn't have much trouble convincing consumers to buy (me included). Then again, this isn't a $600 iPad. It's a $2,200 computer. See Apple MacBook Pro video for more details. Note about resolutions: Under system preferences, Retina MBP display settings have a slider that sets desktop resolutions other than 1440 x 900. "At 1440 x 900 you don't get any increase in usable desktop resolution compared to a standard 15-inch MacBook Pro, but everything is ridiculously crisp," according to Anandtech. "Apple offers 1,680x1,050 and 1,920 x 1,200 scaling options that trade a bit of image quality and performance for added real estate." Apple already offers -- i.e., has been offering for some time -- a "Hi-Res" 15-inch MacBook Pro with 1,680x1,050 resolution and 17-inch MBP with 1,920x1,200 resolution.

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Phone Cases

Yesterday, Apple announced on its Samsung Galaxy Cases news blog that their upcoming MobileMe calendar web application can work with Microsoft’s Outlook. Users will be able to view their MobileMe calendars in Outlook as well as edit them. The Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases process is all synced up, so any calendar changes you make will appear on the web and in Outlook, but not instantly as push updates are not supported at this time. This new Galaxy S3 Cases feature is not only for standard Outlook users, but works for those connected to exchange server accounts, but you won’t be able to do anything if you’re connected to a proxy server. process working, you will need to download and install the free MobileMe Control Panel v1.6.1 for Windows. Additionally, Apple has created a support website with in depth instructions on how to set this up. The website also has support for other MobileMe features and is a great bookmark to keep around.

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HTC CASES

Fifteen days ago on July 1st, we reported that Firefox had submitted their Firefox Home application to the HTC Phone Cases Store. Today, Apple has approved the application and it’s now available free of charge for the HTC Cases . The application requires a Firefox sync account, and when you’re all setup, you’ll get your Firefox history, bookmarks, and the tabs you left open on your computer ready to use on your iOS device. The app uses Apple’s Safari webkit plugin to view your bookmarks, history, and current open tabs. In case you are wondering, and I’m sure you are, Firefox left out Retina Display and iPad support for some reason. I’m sure they’ll update for Retina soon, but iPad, not so much.

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iPad 3 Cases

Palm was acquired by HP months ago in a bidding iPad 3 Cases race, but information on contenders has been shaky the last few months. Today, information has come to light that states Best iPad 3 Cases had placed a bid for Palm before HP acquired them. Apple Designer iPad 3 Cases were obviously after Palm’s intellectual property such as a bevy of patents seen in their WebOS. The report also claims that Apple was interested in keeping Palm alive and well by fully subsidizing them. Other details state that Research in Motion, the company behind Blackberry, held the highest bid before HP outbid everybody. An even more interesting note is that Google wanted to bid for Palm as they believed Apple was going for them. When no confirmation was present regarding Apple’s potential move Google dropped out of the race. This takes us back to the seemingly never-ending Apple vs. Google war. via Mac Rumors .

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iPhone 4 Cases

The Apple iPhone 4 Cases vs. Google war will never end at this point, and now Google’s Android is doing a great job catching up to iOS in terms of applications. At the time of this writing, the App Store houses just over 233,000 apps. Today, Google has announced that Android has over 70,000 iPhone 4S Cases as well as over 1 billion iPhone 4 Covers downloads. This is a huge growth for Android, as just a year ago, the amount of Android apps, was no where near iOS. Now that the 6-figure mark was crossed by Google’s Android, Apple has some serious competition crawling up their sleeves. Google announced a few weeks ago, that they are activating an average of 160,000 Android phones each day. That’s a new phone every two seconds. Compare that to Apple selling an iPad every three seconds. Apple, you need to watch you back! Especially with all your antenna issues among others. The live financial conference call is going on right now and you can listen in here via YouTube. via Engadget. Correction: Fortune Google 24/7 corrects the 100k statement by saying it actually is 70,000 apps. This does not really change the gulp of our story as it still shows Android is catching up. Nice catch, Fortune.

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Samsung holding Galaxy S3 Cases event June 20

Samsung Electronic today dismissed the notion that it's working on a Facebook-like service.To make sure there wasn't any confusion, the company posted the denial on its official global blog, calling the speculation and rumor "groundless."The Korea Times was the first to stir up the rumor, reporting that the technology giant would make its first foray into social networking next year. The report was subsequently picked up by other media outlets.Running a social network, which relies on iPhone 4 Cases advertising, would make little sense for a consumer electronics company accustomed to selling hardware. Despite Samsung's size and reach, it's unclear whether it could attract the droves of users that a Facebook can.The company has been successful at selling iPhone 4S Cases, and is a dominant player in the smartphone arena. But the company hasn't shown a willingness or ability to offer social networking services.Much of the speculation was based on the belief that Samsung would turn its "Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases into a social network. Samsung noted the service has been around since February, and is meant to tie together its television, smartphones, and tablets with the Internet. The service is focused on the family and allows members to share files and pictures.Samsung said it was working to upgrade Samsung Galaxy Cases, but denied that the upgrades would turn it into a "Samsung Facebook."

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GalaxyS3 Cases

Apple's bid to ban the sale of the Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases in the U.S. has been put on ice. U.S. District Court judge Lucy Koh ordered (PDF) earlier this week that Apple could not argue its case for a ban on the latest Samsung flagship handset at a previously scheduled hearing on June 21. Instead, Apple will be forced to file a motion for the ban that includes a request for a hearing date that's held sometime after June 21. The issue, according to Judge Koh, is that there are already quite a few issues to consider on the June 21 hearing date. And to add another to the mix might be just too much for the court to consider. It also appears that neither Apple nor Samsung wanted to take that on. Judge Koh says Apple and Samsung last week filed a proposal requesting they engage in "additional discovery and briefing regarding the Galaxy S3 Cases at some later, unspecified time." Apple brought its motion for an injunction against the Galaxy S III last week. At that time, the company had hoped to have it included in the June 21 hearing. The next day, Samsung filed its own motion with the court, saying that Apple's request came "too late to add new iPhone 4S Cases to the pending motion for a preliminary injunction." After that, Judge Koh claims, both parties came up with the idea to move it back. Judge Koh has made it clear in the past that she has no desire to be "an iPhone 4 Cases v. Samsung judge," and pointed out to both parties that she has other cases on her docket. Both Apple and Samsung have turned lawsuits into sport, hurling them at each other at every chance they get. And it's not just the U.S. -- the companies are battling it out around the world.

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With new iPhone4 cases

Apple's WWDC didn't produce a new iPhone 4S Cases . So as we wait for Apple to move, the time is right for Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases and Google to step on the gas and push Android into the stratosphere. As you'd expect, today's Apple WWDC keynote drew big crowds of Apple fans eager for hardware and software news. Yet, you might be surprised that even the most devout Android enthusiasts were watching along to see what the "competition" was doing. After two hours crammed full of products and services, we came away with some wonderful stuff. What we didn't get, though, is a new iPhone 4 Cases or any promise of when one might come. And while that's surely disappointing for some, it opens the way for a sunny Android summer, dominated largely by Samsung. Outside of Apple, there are few handset manufacturers able to garner such stratospheric buzz for the release of a new smartphone. Part of it has to do with Android's sheer volume of handsets (there's almost a new one every week), but also no other company has mastered Apple's art of building hype. Samsung, however, is on to something. While nearly every other Android device generated just a bit of Internet buzz, Samsung's Galaxy S III stands to generate iPhone levels of excitement. Indeed, no other Android phones thus far has produced months of speculation and rumors or this level of enthusiasm. Sure, they were popular, but the Motorola Droid, the HTC Evo, and the first Android ever, the T-Mobile G1, didn't exactly send people into a frenzy or the rumor mill into overtime. Thanks to a unified brand and singular form factor across five major carriers, however, things look pretty rosy for the Galaxy S3 Cases . The handset, which features cutting-edge smartphone technology and a sprinkling of Samsung's own innovation, will have people talking this summer just as they've been talking about it already for several months. And with the next iPhone not expected until fall, Samsung could steal away a number of iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 owners who are off their contract and waiting to upgrade. What's more, as one of the biggest sponsors for the London 2012 Olympic Games, Samsung will be investing millions of dollars to show off its new baby. For consumers living in the United States, the timing of the event falls within days (or weeks) of the phone hitting various carriers. If done right, Samsung will have users flocking to their respective wireless provider, asking for "the one on TV." Consider also the silence from Samsung's competitors. Of its two main competitors in the Android wars, Motorola has been nearly silent since the Droid Razr Maxx hit, and HTC hasn't broken the bank rolling out the One X. Depending on what you believe, the One X might be the only handset worthy of knocking the crown from the Galaxy S III, but it's only available with AT&T and Samsung is playing a better marketing game. To really see Android's response to Apple, we'll have to wait for Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O, which kicks off in two weeks. With Jelly Bean and a Nexus 7 tablet rumored for the three-day event, Google is poised to build on Android's momentum. At the moment, however, nothing has as much momentum right now as the Galaxy S III. And until the next iPhone is a reality, I don't see anything coming over the horizon that looks to get in Samsung's way right now, including offerings from other Android handset makers.

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Free iPhone 4S Cases scheduled for landing at airports

If you enjoy the ritual of sitting down at your departure gate to kill some time with your Designer iPhone 4S Cases while waiting for your flight to board, you might want to avoid flying out of LaGuardia, Minneapolis-St. Paul, or Toronto airports in the coming months. That's because airport restaurateur OTG will be deploying thousands of Apple Best iPhone 4 Cases at the airports over the next year-and-a-half, and your Best iPhone 4 Case chillin' time could be taken up by your less tech-savvy travel companions who will likely have all kinds of questions for you about operating the blasted contraptions. A few hundred iPhone 4S Cases are already in place in LaGuardia airport in New York. OTG uses the tablets in its dining areas, where customers can order via the touch screen and then check their Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail accounts, as well as some news, gaming, and other apps while they wait for their food to be delivered. "We believe this to be the largest deployment of consumer-facing iPads in the world, and for us, it's just the beginning," Rick Blatstein, chief executive officer of OTG, said in a statement. All interaction on the iPads is done through a custom browser, and OTG says all user passwords and other personal information are wiped at the end of each session. I've heard no such assurances from the TSA and other security cameras that are certainly watching your every move and keystroke, however. OTG operates restaurants in seven other airports, including John F. Kennedy, Boston Logan, Tucson, Washington National, Orlando, Chicago O'Hare, and Philadelphia.

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Free iPhone 4S Cases scheduled for landing at airports

If you enjoy the ritual of sitting down at your departure gate to kill some time with your Designer iPhone 4S Cases while waiting for your flight to board, you might want to avoid flying out of LaGuardia, Minneapolis-St. Paul, or Toronto airports in the coming months. That's because airport restaurateur OTG will be deploying thousands of Apple Best iPhone 4 Cases at the airports over the next year-and-a-half, and your Best iPhone 4 Case chillin' time could be taken up by your less tech-savvy travel companions who will likely have all kinds of questions for you about operating the blasted contraptions. A few hundred iPhone 4S Cases are already in place in LaGuardia airport in New York. OTG uses the tablets in its dining areas, where customers can order via the touch screen and then check their Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail accounts, as well as some news, gaming, and other apps while they wait for their food to be delivered. "We believe this to be the largest deployment of consumer-facing iPads in the world, and for us, it's just the beginning," Rick Blatstein, chief executive officer of OTG, said in a statement. All interaction on the iPads is done through a custom browser, and OTG says all user passwords and other personal information are wiped at the end of each session. I've heard no such assurances from the TSA and other security cameras that are certainly watching your every move and keystroke, however. OTG operates restaurants in seven other airports, including John F. Kennedy, Boston Logan, Tucson, Washington National, Orlando, Chicago O'Hare, and Philadelphia.

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Apple to debut newly iphone4 case in Augest

Today it’s the turn of Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster to gaze into his crystal ball. If you’re thinking of buying Designer iPhone 4 Cases but are interested in what Apple might have to offer, then you might want to wait, because Munster believes that Apple could unveil its Best iPhone 4 Cases in December, and have it ready to ship early in the new year. In a research note, Munster outlines that any iPhone 4S Cases that Apple sells will retail for between $1 and $2 and come in a range of sizes, from 42-inch all the way up to 55-inch. A quick scan of Best Buy’s website suggests that smart TVs in this screen size tend to retail for between $800 and $1,700, which means that — if Munster’s information is correct — consumers would be paying quite a premium for the privilege of owning a TV with the Apple logo on it. Munster doesn’t believe that price is a problem though, pointing out that Bang & Olufsen will start selling a 40-inch V1 TV next month that will retail for $3,700. By announcing the TV in December, Munster believes that Apple would “freeze the market” for those consumers in the market for a new TV and create pent-up demand for the product ahead of its launch. According to Munster, it will be possible to control the Apple TV using an iphone 4 covers or iPad, and it may feature the Siri voice-control technology and have access to Apple’s App Store. “We believe Apple could ultimately capture 10 percent of the market within 1-3 years after launch,” writes Munster. Munster has been talking about an Apple TV now for more than four years now. He confidently predicted that a standalone Apple TV would be available in 2011. He also predicted that Apple would sell 6.6 million Apple TV set-top boxes in 2009 when in truth by 2011 Apple was barely selling 3 million units. On Thursday, James McQuivey, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester, blogged about how he believed that the best way for the Cupertino-based giant to break into the dwindling market was by ‘thinking outside the box’ and manufacture the “world’s first non-TV TV“. This non-TV TV, which he called the iHub, would feature a 32-inch screen with touch, gesture, voice, and iPad control and could be hung on the wall wherever the family congregates for planning, talking, or eating. McQuivey believes that the key to success is not content, but apps. What no one seems to be addressing is where’s the market for these overpriced Apple TVs? There seems to be an incredible amount of rabid Apple fanboyism surrounding these rumors that assumes that people will buy anything that Apple makes, at whatever price point that Apple decides. In which case, why isn’t the iPad an $1,000 device, and how come Apple is having a hard time penetrating into the living room with the existing Apple TV set-top box?

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Unique IPhone4 case slated to debut in December?

Apple could unveil its highly anticipated take on the Designer iPhone 4 Case in December and ship it next year, according to a research note today from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. Munster said he expects the iPhone 4S Cases product line to cost between $1,500 and $2,000 and range in size from 42 to 55 inches. That's a considerable premium over typical iphone 4 covers of that size, which have a range closer to $700 to $1,400. The Best iPhone 4 Case , which Munster said he believes will make its debut in October, will be the biggest consumer product launch this year and drive the biggest device upgrade cycle, he said. These products figure prominently into the perception that Apple still has enough innovation swagger to continue to lead the consumer technology industry. The company has largely been given a pass for the incremental upgrades to the iPhone and iPad, even if sales have been impressive. But the next few products, including a refresh of its Mac line, could set the tone for how Apple under CEO Tim Cook will be perceived in the coming years. "We believe Apple's product road map for the remainder for the year will include meaningful updates to core product lines including the iPhone and Mac," he said in the research note. Even if the next iPhone isn't out yet, it's already plagued by concerns that it will suffer from shortages in chip supply. But Munster believes that Apple's leadership status should allow it to secure enough chips to drive production, even if comes at the expense of other companies. There is an 80 percent chance that Apple hits his 49 million target for the iPhone 5 in the final quarter of the year, Munster said. Munster is equally as bullish on the tablet market, which he said has the potential to surpass the PC market. He likewise believes Apple will continue to dominate the area, selling 176 million iPads out of a total of 301 million tablets by 2015. He said tablets could overtake PCs before 2020.

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Apple should sell the 'world's first non-TV TV'

Speculation that Apple is preparing to enter the Designer iPhone 4 Cases business is at fever pitch, but according to one analyst, the best way for the Cupertino giant to break into this market is by thinking outside the box and begin manufacturing the “world’s first non-TV TV”. According to James McQuivey, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester, the “Best iPhone 4 Cases business is a tough nut to crack” because the “content is still controlled by monopolists unlikely to give Apple the keys to their content archives,” and that Apple introducing a new screen for people to watch content on is unlikely to change anything. Apple, he claims, has to do “something very different”. And in his opinion, that “something very different” is the iHub. “Apple should sell the world’s first non-TV TV,” writes McQuivey. “Instead of selling a replacement for the Best iPhone 4 Case you just bought, Apple should convince millions of Apple fans that they need a new screen in their lives. Call it the iHub, a 32-inch screen with touch, gesture, voice, and iPad control that can be hung on the wall wherever the family congregates for planning, talking, or eating - in more and more US homes, that room is the dining room or eat-in kitchen.” McQuivey believes that the key to success is not content, but apps. “By pushing developers to create apps that serve as the hub of family life - complete with shared calendars, photo and video viewers, and FaceTime for chatting with grandma - this non-TV TV could take off, ultimately positioning Apple to replace your 60-inch set once it’s ready to retire.” The problem with McQuivey’s giant, wall-mounted, multi-user iPad is that it doesn’t really bring anything new to the equation. Putting aside the ergonomic issues related to using a 32-inch wall-mounted touch screen device, what does this device do that can’t already be done with an iPad, a Mac, or, for that matter, a whole host of other devices? Another problem I see with this idea is that while it side-steps the competition in the TV market by being a “non-TV TV,” the device will undoubtedly have to compete for wall/floor/shelf space with a TV. People have limited space to put anything as big as what McQuivey is proposing, and there’s a good chance that the space that he’s thinking that people are going to fill with an iHub is already filled with — you guessed it — iPhone 4S Cases . McQuivey mentions how Xbox 360 owners generating more online video views on TVs than viewers of any other device, but then fails to make the connection between the Xbox 360, which is a box that connects to almost every TV in existence, and the Apple TV, another box that connects to almost every TV in existence.

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Apple, others settle with patent troll SimpleAir

Apple and a number of other technology companies have settled with licensing company SimpleAir, bringing a close to a two and a half year old patent infringement complaint. In a release today, SimpleAir said it had settled with Apple, and entered into a confidential agreement to license its patents, which relate to Designer iPhone 4 Case notifications. Apple was one of 11 companies named in a complaint filed on Sept. 23, 2009, in the U.S. federal district court for the Eastern District of Texas. Also included was Research In Motion, which requested a re-examination of two of SimpleAir's patents last May. Court filings show that settlement agreements were reached with all of the companies on April 21, 2012. The patents in question were U.S. Patent numbers 6,021,433 and 7,035,914, both entitled "System and Method for Transmission of Data," as well as 6,735,614 and 6,167,426, both entitled "Contact Alerts for Unconnected Users." In its complaint, SimpleAir said the companies were infringing on the "generation, processing, and/or delivery of content, notifications, and updates to or for iphone 4 covers devices," outlined in the patents. Formally, SimpleAir is called a nonpracticing entity, or NPE, which means a company that licenses patents but doesn't actually have any other Best iPhone 4 Case . Informally, such companies are known as patent trolls. The Texas-based company took aim at Microsoft, Motorola, Samsung and a number of other iPhone 4S Cases companies in a separate suit filed last September citing two of the same four patents, and remains ongoing.

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A threat to the iPhone4 cases

There’s no doubt that the Designer iPhone 4 Case is one of the most sought after tablets currently on the market, but with a price tag starting at $**, it’s out of the reach of many. At the low end of the market Amazon has set the price that competitors have to limbo under at $**with its iphone 4 covers . But there’s quite a technological gulf between a $** iPhone 4S Cases and a $**Best iPhone 4 Cases . This is the gulf that Nvidia wants to bridge and surpass with Kai. At the company’s annual meeting of stockholders last week, Nvidia vice-president Rob Csonger unveiled plans to offer a quad-core platform based around the Tegra 3 that could see quad-core Android tablets retailing for $199. “Our strategy on Android is simply to enable quad-core tablets running Android Ice Cream Sandwich to be developed and brought out to market at the $199 price point,” said Csonger. “The way we do that is a platform we’ve developed called Kai. So this uses a lot of the secret sauce that’s inside Tegra 3 to allow you to develop a tablet at a much lower cost, by using a lot of innovation that we’ve developed to reduce the power that’s used by the display and use lower cost components within the tablet.” It’s very likely that Kai is an internal reference design used by Nvidia. It’s also possible that it could find its way into a consumer product sometime soon. There are cheap tablets already out there, but outside of Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble’s Nook and the Lenovo Ideapad A1, pretty much every other tablet in the sub-$200 price bracket is junk. The Kindle Fire and Nook are both powered by dual-core processors, while the A1 is single-core CPU. Even the iPad 3 is powered by a dual-core CPU, silicon which is backed up by a quad-core GPU. A heavy duty quad-core platform that would allow tablet makers to deliver a solid product in the sub-$200 price barrier would not only put pressure on the Kindle Fire — which currently owns over half of the Android tablet market — but it’s also likely to put pressure on Apple.

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How Amazon is changing the rules for iphone4 case

If you want a glimpse into the way Amazon sees your digital future, look no farther than Jeff Ragsdale's new book, "Jeff, One Lonely Guy." Last October, after being dumped by a girlfriend and mired in depression, Ragsdale posted a flier around New York City on a whim that read, "If anyone wants to talk about Best iPhone 4 Cases , call me." It listed his mobile phone number. Calls streamed in, by the dozens, then the hundreds, and now well into the tens of thousands. Some callers left messages. Others texted. And many spoke with Ragsdale, sharing their own iPhone 4S Cases , Designer iPhone 4 Case , iphone 4 covers and more. Ragsdale transcribed many and put them into a book that's something of a window into the lives of people from around the globe, coping with their daily demons. "Jeff, One Lonely Guy" is the first book from Amazon Publishing, the retail giant's year-old New York imprint run by publishing industry veteran Larry Kirshbaum. It has won plaudits from Bret Easton Ellis, author of "American Psycho" and "Less Than Zero," who called the book "a legitimate new form of narrative." There have been only a few reviews, including one from Bookforum.com, which lamented the lack of Ragsdale's voice in the book, but nevertheless described it as "worth the read." The book is slim by publishing industry standards -- a mere 138 pages. And while the messages are grouped into chapters with titles such as "Love Sucks" and "No God Created This Mess," there's no narrative, no storyline that has a beginning, middle or end. What's more, the book debuted a mere five months after Ragsdale posted his flyer, Usain Bolt-like speed in an industry that typically publishes books at meandering pace. For Jeff Belle, vice president of Amazon Publishing, that's what makes "Jeff, One Lonely Guy" so exciting. It challenges preconceived notions about how publishing is done. "We're most interested in working with authors that want to innovate, that want to experiment," Belle said in an interview with CNET. "What's a book? What's it becoming?" They are questions that beg a much larger one: How is Amazon reshaping the way books, movies, and television programs are created? Amazon is jumping headlong into the business of creating content because, more than any other company, it has the potent combination of a massive base of customers and the vast technical underpinning with which to bring those customers new ways of consuming books, movies, and television programs. And as that content becomes ever more digitized, Amazon wants to call the shots as to how those books and programs are created, delivered, and sold. "Amazon doesn't want to be anyone's ######," said Sucharita Mulpuru, an analyst with Forrester Research. "Amazon has the ability to create better content and not be encumbered by existing rules."

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How Amazon is changing the rules for iphone4 case

If you want a glimpse into the way Amazon sees your digital future, look no farther than Jeff Ragsdale's new book, "Jeff, One Lonely Guy." Last October, after being dumped by a girlfriend and mired in depression, Ragsdale posted a flier around New York City on a whim that read, "If anyone wants to talk about Best iPhone 4 Cases , call me." It listed his mobile phone number. Calls streamed in, by the dozens, then the hundreds, and now well into the tens of thousands. Some callers left messages. Others texted. And many spoke with Ragsdale, sharing their own iPhone 4S Cases , Designer iPhone 4 Case , iphone 4 covers and more. Ragsdale transcribed many and put them into a book that's something of a window into the lives of people from around the globe, coping with their daily demons. "Jeff, One Lonely Guy" is the first book from Amazon Publishing, the retail giant's year-old New York imprint run by publishing industry veteran Larry Kirshbaum. It has won plaudits from Bret Easton Ellis, author of "American Psycho" and "Less Than Zero," who called the book "a legitimate new form of narrative." There have been only a few reviews, including one from Bookforum.com, which lamented the lack of Ragsdale's voice in the book, but nevertheless described it as "worth the read." The book is slim by publishing industry standards -- a mere 138 pages. And while the messages are grouped into chapters with titles such as "Love Sucks" and "No God Created This Mess," there's no narrative, no storyline that has a beginning, middle or end. What's more, the book debuted a mere five months after Ragsdale posted his flyer, Usain Bolt-like speed in an industry that typically publishes books at meandering pace. For Jeff Belle, vice president of Amazon Publishing, that's what makes "Jeff, One Lonely Guy" so exciting. It challenges preconceived notions about how publishing is done. "We're most interested in working with authors that want to innovate, that want to experiment," Belle said in an interview with CNET. "What's a book? What's it becoming?" They are questions that beg a much larger one: How is Amazon reshaping the way books, movies, and television programs are created? Amazon is jumping headlong into the business of creating content because, more than any other company, it has the potent combination of a massive base of customers and the vast technical underpinning with which to bring those customers new ways of consuming books, movies, and television programs. And as that content becomes ever more digitized, Amazon wants to call the shots as to how those books and programs are created, delivered, and sold. "Amazon doesn't want to be anyone's ######," said Sucharita Mulpuru, an analyst with Forrester Research. "Amazon has the ability to create better content and not be encumbered by existing rules."

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iPhone, iPad Popularity Could Threaten Enterprise Security

Apple devices—from Best iPhone 4 Cases to iPhone 4S Cases to Designer iPhone 4 Cases —are becoming more prominent in enterprises as employees bring them to work, fueling the burgeoning trend of the consumerization of IT. And that could cause security problems for businesses, according to researchers at security software maker Zscaler. The recent malware attacks over the past few weeks on Macs running the Mac OS X operating system—as well as the yearlong rise of cyber-attacks—are an indication that as these products become increasingly popular with consumers, they also are becoming favored targets of hackers. And as consumers bring these devices into the enterprise and look to access corporate networks and data—a trend called bring-your-own-device (BYOD)—the cyber-threat to businesses also will grow. A key problem is that many users of Apple products have come to believe that, despite the recent attacks such as the Flashback malware and SabPub Trojan, their products are essentially invulnerable to viruses and other threats, and they’ve become somewhat lax in keeping the security software on their devices up-to-date. In addition, Apple officials have proven to be slow in responding to threats, even though the company on May 9 released updates that fixed some flaws in Mac OS X and the Safari Web browser. For businesses, Macs, and iPads and Best iPhone 4 Case —which run on the iOS mobile operating system—could be a problem, according to Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ. “This latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats,” Geide said in an email. “The need to follow best security practices, such as remaining current with patches, is ubiquitous—it doesn’t matter if you’re using Windows, Mac or even a mobile phone.” Apple’s security issues came into full view in early April, when it was reported that the Flashback malware—which was first detected in late 2011 but became a significant threat this year—had infected more than 600,000 Macs worldwide, more than 1 percent of the systems in use. Flashback exploited a vulnerability in Java that had been patched by Oracle in Windows PCs and other systems in February. However, Apple didn’t release its update until early April, too late to stem the infections. In addition, after the extent of the infections became known, Apple didn’t release a tool that could detect and remove the malware until after several security software vendors already had launched their own free offerings. Soon after, the Sabpab Trojan hit Mac OS X systems, and while not as significant a threat as Flashback, it was another indication in the growing interest in Apple systems by cyber-criminals. And that interest is expected to spill over to iOS devices, in particular iPads and iPhones, which, according to Zscaler, are becoming more common in enterprises. In their State of the Web first-quarter report issued April 30, Zscaler researchers said that Apple iOS traffic rose from 40 percent of all mobile traffic in the fourth quarter of 2011 to 48 percent in the first three months this year. The report looked at 200 billion transactions from millions of users worldwide.

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