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  • Can Apple Watch reset consumer preferences?

    Can Apple Watch reset consumer preferences?
    It's time to see if Apple Inc. can single-handedly energize the tepid smartwatch market. When the Apple Watch finally hits store shelves next month, it will join a crowded field of smartwatches, none of which has caught on with the public in a big way....
  • The Apple Watch event: What we already know and what to expect

    The Apple Watch event: What we already know and what to expect
    Apple is hosting a media event Monday morning to launch its Apple Watch, and we'll be in San Francisco to give you all the details as they're announced. Chief Executive Tim Cook revealed the watch product for the first time during its September iPhone 6...
  • 3 reasons Apple's watch will _ or won't _ change the game

    No one can argue that Apple has changed the way people live their lives. The company's iPod, iTunes, iPhone and iPad have shaken up music, phone and computer markets worldwide. Is the Apple Watch going to be able to do the same? The stakes are big for...
  • Apple shows off smartwatch, new MacBook; HBO streaming service announced

    SAN FRANCISCO �� Apple made its new smartwatch the star of its launch event Monday, but the company also showed off a new laptop and a HBO streaming service that will be exclusive on its devices. Chief executive Tim Cook and technology vice...
  • Apple Watch: Here's the scoop

    Apple Watch: Here's the scoop
    Apple had few surprises to deliver about its newest product, saying Monday that the Apple Watch goes on sale April 24 with a claimed 18-hour battery and base prices for its three models coming in at $349, $549 and $10,000. The details came at a media...
  • Apple Watch llevará internet del bolsillo a la muñeca

    Apple quiere llevar el internet de su bolsillo a su muñeca. El tiempo dirá si millones de consumidores están dispuestos a pagar 350 dólares o más —hay una versión en oro de 18 quilates que tiene un precio de 10.000 dólares— por un dispositivo...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Apple Watch moves Internet out of your pocket Apple made its case Monday for moving the mobile Internet from your pocket to your wrist. Time will tell if millions of consumers are willing to spend $350 on up — there's an 18-karat gold version...
  • Apple building big solar energy farm in California

    Apple building big solar energy farm in California
    Apple will spend $850 million on a massive solar energy project that will generate enough power for the computer giant's new office campus, retail stores and its other California operations. The tech company will be the biggest single consumer of energy...
  • Apple envía invitaciones para un evento el 9 de marzo, cerca de lanzamiento de reloj inteligente

    Apple envía invitaciones para un evento el 9 de marzo, cerca de lanzamiento de reloj inteligente
    Apple Inc envió invitaciones para un evento en San Francisco el 9 de marzo, alrededor de un mes antes de su esperado lanzamiento del nuevo del Apple Watch, su reloj inteligente. La mayor compañía mundial de tecnología no especificó la naturaleza del...
  • Apple building big solar energy farm in California

    Apple Inc. will spend nearly $850 million on a solar energy project that will generate enough power for the computer giant's new corporate headquarters, stores and other operations in California. The tech company will be the biggest single consumer of...
  • Why Apple can afford to get all gooey-eyed over the Fourth Amendment

    Why Apple can afford to get all gooey-eyed over the Fourth Amendment
    Apple CEO Tim Cook has been on tour, telling people who are worried about online privacy that he understands their angst. "I feel very close to the Germans," he told the German tabloid Bild am Sonntag in an interview published Sunday. "We don't read...