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  1. Deloitte: Apple products ‘essential to the modern workforce’

    This week’s big enterprise story is Apple’s new partnership with Deloitte in which the companies…

  2. 10 reasons why Apple is winning the enterprise

    Apple under Tim Cook is dramatically extending its reach…

  3. Apple reportedly working on sleep tracker for the Apple Watch

    During the unveiling of the new Apple Watch, the iPhone-maker presented the wearable as primarily a fitness device…

  4. Apple to expand HealthKit from tracker to diagnosis tool; new Apple Watch apps for sleep tracking, fitness levels in pipeline

    So far Apple Inc.’s HealthKit has mostly collected fitness data from its devices…

  5. USB Kill 2.0 can destroy any Windows PC in seconds, Apple Macintosh unaffected

    A Hong Kong based manufacturer, USB Kill, recently developed a device that can annihilate…

  6. Google is axing Chrome apps for Mac and Windows

    Google will be killing off Chrome apps for both Mac and Windows in the next few years…

  7. Microsoft’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update freezes systems, breaks millions of webcams

    The Windows 10 Anniversary Update for PCs started rolling out more than two weeks ago…

  8. Malwarebytes warns of new Mac malware that could fool less-technical users

    If a user tries to open a file for which they don’t have a corresponding app…

  9. Apple has made notable progress in the enterprise

    Apple’s interest in the enterprise hasn’t always been obvious…

  10. Apple’s enterprise iPad plan is coming together in a big way

    Government and enterprise users really do love their iPads…

  11. Apple working on all-new, advanced health-tracking hardware; years in the making

    Apple has developed a ‘revolutionary idea’ with this new product…

  12. Beleaguered Microsoft axes 2,850 more employees

    Beleaguered Microsoft said in May it would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business…

  13. Sales suffer as Apple neglects the Mac

    New data from research firms Gartner and IDC indicate that Apple Macs suffered significant declines…

  14. Apple’s Mac sales fall, economies shudder

    The latest PC marketshare figures from Gartner and IDC suggest Mac users are anxious for new MacBooks…

  15. Tim Bajarin: Siri is crucial to the Apple’s future

    Apple has been working on speech and voice AI solutions for decades…

  16. The time has come to think different about Apple’s Siri

    Siri is an invisible operating system poised to propel Apple, and its products, into the future…

  17. Apple’s Siri digital assistant made Cortana look bad at WWDC

    Siri upstaged Cortana Monday morning…

  18. Judge rules Michael Dell didn’t give all the money back to the shareholders, by $6 billion

    A Delaware judge’s recent ruling that Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners shortchanged public shareholders…

  19. Apple’s Mac reaches 9.2% share online as Windows PC suffering declines to new low

    Apple saw its share of personal-computer operating systems in use on the Internet rise to a new high in April…

  20. Cue the funeral for Microsoft’s Windows Phone

    Beleaguered Microsoft’s mobile device strategy continues to disintegrate…

  21. Apple wins the battle for enterprise hearts and minds

    Apple is now the platform of choice across the enterprise…

  22. Gartner: PC Shipments hit 9-year low as Apple grows Mac shipments

    Research firm Gartner this afternoon reported that personal computer sales in Q1 dropped 9.6%,…

  23. IDC: Apple Mac moves up to 4th place in worldwide PC market share; continues to outperform the market

    Worldwide PC shipments totaled 60.6 million units in the first quarter of 2016…

  24. Macs methodically infiltrate the enterprise

    Enterprises are more steadily adopting Macs in their organizations…

  25. How to move your Windows PC files to your new Mac

    Before you start, you’ll need an external hard drive that works with both PCs and Macs…

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