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Rare Apple Sneakers Fetch Almost $10,000 at Auction [Updated]

A pair of rare classic Apple sneakers sold for $9,687.50 at auction this week, reports GQ. Apple launched a fashion line in 1986, but these kicks were reportedly made as prototypes for Apple employees in the early 90s and never went on sale to the general public, making them an even more sought-after collectible today. Another pair fetched nearly $30,000 at auction in 2017, underlining just how much nostalgia these casual kicks can induce. Classic Apple hardware and memorabilia has upped in ...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Steve Jobs, Usps, Apple Computer inc, Apple Computers, GQ Apple, Seiko Wristwatch

Rare Apple Sneakers Fetch Over $16,000 at Auction

A pair of rare classic Apple sneakers sold for over $16,000 at auction this week, reports GQ. Apple launched a fashion line in 1986, but these kicks were reportedly made as prototypes for Apple employees in the early 90s and never went on sale to the general public, making them an even more sought-after collectible today. Another pair fetched nearly $30,000 at auction in 2017, underlining just how much nostalgia these casual kicks can induce. Classic Apple hardware and memorabilia has upped ...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Steve Jobs, Usps, Apple Computer inc, Apple Computers, GQ Apple, Seiko Wristwatch

Intel ZombieLoad

Any Computer That Has “Intel Inside” from 2007 Until Now Is Hackable! Intel ZombieLoad Transcript Oh my goodness, we’ve had various Intel vulnerabilities over the last year, a...
Tags: Apple, Security, Microsoft, Audio, Sem, Intel, Vulnerability, Computers, Hacking, CPU, Radio Show, CPU Architecture, Apple. Computers

Ring Doorbells Can Save Lives – Microsoft Monster Security Bug – Amazon Expanding Freight on NH Today WGIR-AM: [05/20/2019]

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Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Ebay, Sem, Intel, UPS, New Hampshire, Mars, Jeff Bezos, Jack, Fort Worth, Kidnapping, Craig, Fedex

50 years after the computer mouse was demonstrated, we look at its future

On Dec. 9, 1968, Douglas Engelbart gave the first public demonstration of a computer mouse. Today we look at the device’s history, as well as futuristic concepts for computer interfaces. Of Mice and men Douglas Engelbart of the Stanford Research Institute is largely credited as the inventor of the computer mouse. His research on the mouse and making interacting with computers easier began in the early 1960s. NASA helped fund the research by 1966. Tail to tale Engelbart presented his cursor-movin...
Tags: Business, Spacex, Elon Musk, Technology, News, California News, Infographic, Tesla, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Sri, Local News, Musk, Telefunken, Apple Computers

What Does a Successful Brand Refresh Look Like?

Let’s talk about rebrands. No, I’m not talking about when you decide you want to “rebrand yourself” every New Year’s Eve, I’m talking about a brand refresh for your business. As far as refreshing a brand goes, many have tried, and many have dramatically failed. Recall, if you may, the Uber logo refresh in February 2016? The internet had a field day asking themselves what the new logo looked like, much to the chagrin of Uber, who ultimately went back to their traditional black and white logo desi...
Tags: Apple, Steve Jobs, Marketing, Starbucks, Pepsico, B2b, Branding, Ihop, Denny, Pete, Tropicana, Consumer, Apple Computers, Lynnie, IHOB, International House of Burgers

70s kids will remember this!

Atari dominated the 1970s with games and consoles that delighted everyone for over a decade. In fact, some may say Atari even gave us Apple Computers and Steve Jobs, after he moved onto developing the most valuable company in the world with Woz post working on the Atari title Breakout in 1976 (Breakout was the basis and inspiration for certain aspects of the Apple II personal computer). However, Atari saw its decline towards the end of the 80s, with the likes of Nintendo and Sega taking the ma...
Tags: Gadgets, Games, Design, Steve Jobs, Nintendo, Amd, Atari, Sega, Product Design, Apple Computers, AtariBox

A new documentary film, ‘The US Generation,’ is the story of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak’s 1982 US Festival

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, center, at a recent screening of “US Festival ’82: The US Generation,” a documentary on the music festival Wozniak founded. He’s seen here with, left to right, director-executive producer Glenn Aveni, Bruce Gibb, executive producer, Wozniak, Jay Cederholm, co-director-editor, and Carlos Harvey, Wozniak’s finance guy for the US Festival, who is also interviewed in the film. (Photo by Joy Daunis) Carlos Santana performs during the US Festival on Saturday, Sept. 4,...
Tags: Apple, Coco, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fleetwood Mac, Graham, Associated Press, Stevie Nicks, Berkeley

Siri Thinks More Women Should Be Judges

In courts of emoji law, all judges are apparently women.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Technology, Law, Siri, Iphones, Women's Issues, Apple Computers, The Jabot, Emoji Law What Stops Lawyers From Using Macs At Work?

If the iPhone crossed over into enterprise, why not the MacBook?
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Technology, Hardware, Law, Advice, Ipads, Blackberry, Iphones, Thomson Reuters, Windows operating system, Operating Systems, Macbook Pro, Microsoft Windows 10

‘Cars 3’ Easter Eggs: All The Hidden Pixar References Uncovered

With every new Pixar movie, we love searching for the fun easter eggs that the filmmakers hide throughout the film. We have compiled a listing of over 15 Cars 3 easter eggs. How many did you notice? Cars 3 Easter Eggs A113: What started as an inside joke of CalArts alumni (a reference to the classroom number that was used by Animation students) has been present in not only every Pixar film but Disney movies, Iron Giant, The Simpsons, Family Guy, American Dad, Powerpuffgirls and Tinytoon A...
Tags: Apple, Coco, Movies, Molly, Steve Jobs, Disney, Features, Animation, Sequels, Cinderella, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Sterling, Pixar, Nascar, Easter Eggs, Cruz

The unconnected unrest - Part 2

Part 1 is here.Last night, I slept at 730. I woke up at 630 this morning. Thats 11 hours of sleep. No, I am not to sleep for this long. Like Frank, I have often hated the necessity of sleep. And food for that matter. The thing is, I've always got by with limited amount of sleep. My metabolism is reasonably high and I can function pretty well even when I've slept for 4ish hours. Just that I cant tolerate garmi. Rest is ok. Most people who know me know that I dont sleep much. And when I tell them...
Tags: Travel, Sleep, Life, Depression, MacBook Air, Dreams, Epiphany, Claire, Vivek, Dream Catching, Apple Computers, Nalin, Vivek He

The unconnectedness unrest

Something crazy is gonna happen over the next 2-3 days. I wont have access to a computer and this is when I have a million things to work on.Thing is, my laptop stopped working and with it went all my files, WIP things, settings, tools (software et al) that I rely on. And this means while I will continue to dream about life and things and all that, I will not have a computer to write on. And given the lack of confidence I have on my computing skills on a mobile phone, I cant work (or get any wor...
Tags: Travel, Life, Netflix, MacBook Air, Delhi, Mumbai, MDI, Lem, Delhi Mumbai, Apple Computers

Thank You, Mr. President, For My $379 Speedier, More Secure Office On The Go

The increased assault on privacy at the border is a wake-up call for lawyers on cybersecurity.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google Chrome, Google, Ipad, Technology, Privacy, Law, Advice, Cybersecurity, Ipads, Google Docs, Iphones, Donald Trump, Chromebooks, Laptops

iMac 2017: Intel Reportedly Preparing New Skylake-X, Kaby Lake-X Processors For Apple Computers

Apple is releasing new iMacs this year, and there is now information on what processors they could be sporting at launch. A new report is shedding light on the processors Intel is preparing for the Cupertino giant’s upcoming all-in-one desktop computers. 
Tags: Apple, News, Intel, Cupertino, Kaby Lake, Apple Computers

Speech-To-Text Dictation For Lawyers: What You Need To Know

Digital dictation is a great efficiency driver, and there are many technological options for lawyers seeking to use it.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Android, Technology, Law, Advice, Dictation, Dragon Dictate, Nicole Black, Apple Computers, Solo Practitioners, Small Law Firms, Today's Tech, Niki Black, Speech To Text

50 Small Businesses to Start in Your Garage

You don’t need a fancy office to start a successful small business. In fact, if the story of Apple Computers is any indication – you can start a very successful business right from your own garage. Though you might need to check your local zoning codes to see if a garage business is a possibility for you, there are plenty of different business options for entrepreneurs looking to start their own businesses from this type of space. Here are 50 businesses you can start right from your own garage....
Tags: Ebay, Sales, Startup, CafePress, RedBubble, Apple Computers

Beyond Biglaw: What Apple v. Samsung Teaches Small-Firm (IP) Lawyers

Boutique firm columnist Gaston Kroub dissects the recent SCOTUS ruling in this landmark litigation.
Tags: Apple, Technology, Supreme Court, Law, Scotus, Advice, Samsung, Patents, Intellectual Property, Apple Computers, Small Law Firms, Beyond Biglaw, Gaston Kroub, Apple V. Samsung

Supreme Court Unanimously Bails Out Samsung

Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that this is a clear case. She literally pulled out the dictionary.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Scotus, Samsung, Patents, Intellectual Property, Sonia Sotomayor, Apple Computers, Apple V. Samsung

Escape From The Walled Garden: Honeymoon

I'm typing this latest cursory missive on an Intel NUC i5 running Debian Linux and bearing the full weight of a lifelong desire for a more "stable" computing life than Apple seems willing to provide. Perhaps that's a strange complaint from someone whose 2006 MacBook still runs and has managed to be instrumental in almost everything I've created for the last decade, including this entire blog. My 2001 iMac also ran forever and I expect it would start right up today if I had it handy. But that's n...
Tags: Apple, Technology, Current Events, Jazz, Linux, Intel NUC, Debian, MuseScore, Sibelius, Stefan Kac, Apple Computers, Walled Garden

The Leadership Playbook: What Not to Do. Who Not to Do It With.

Strategy is about deciding how you intend to compete and win. It’s your plan to create an advantage, and it is how you create focus. As a leader, you are charged with ensuring that your sales strategies and sales tactics are aligned with the company’s overall strategy; they serve as a guide to what you will do. Strategy is also a guide to what you will not do. Who You Won’t Serve Bringing strategy to life means deciding who you will not serve. It dictates who you will not pursue as clients as ...
Tags: Sales, Walmart, Sales 3.0, Sales Strategy, Apple Computers

Apple Music: Inside The Music Industry’s First Artist-Backed Startup

This piece takes an in-depth look at the creation and history behind The Beatles' Apple Music, a company which was in many ways the industry's first artist backed startup. _______________________________ Guest post by Barry Miles, excerpted from The Zapple Diaries: The Rise and Fall of the Last Beatles Label The Beatles’ Apple Music was created in 1967 to bring the band’s enterprises together for tax purposes, so that instead of paying nineteen and sixpence in the pound t...
Tags: Apple, Music, New York, John Lennon, The Beatles, Getty Images, Guest Post, Paul Mccartney, John, Dublin, Beatles, Ringo, Ron Howard, Music Business, Indie Labels, Major Labels

NVIDIA Could Be Making Its Return To Apple Computers

It looks like NVIDIA could be making their return to Apple Computers. Current Apple Mac computers are powered by graphics chips from AMD, and they have been for a while now. NVIDIA graphics has not been an option for Apple Mac users for some time now. Well it looks like that might change soon, NVIDIA has just posted a job for a software engineer in which their role would require “working in partnership with Apple” and writing code that will “define and shape the future”’ of graphics-related s...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Graphics, All News, Hardware News, Computers, Nvidia, Amd, Apple Mac, Apple Computers

Stat Of The Week: Europe Calls Shenanigans On Apple

The $14.5 billion penalty against Apple is the largest the EU has ever levied against a single corporation.
Tags: Apple, Europe, Technology, Money, Taxes, Law, Eu, European Union, European Commission, Silicon Valley, Wired, Tax Law, Apple Computers, Stat of the Week

5 Blogging Lessons I Learned From Steve Jobs

We all know Steve Jobs is a pioneer and changed the way the world communicates with each other. He is the creative mind behind Apple Computers and brought the company back from bankruptcy in the late 1980’s. However, what you don’t know is he followed a few fundamentals lessons from the time he became involved in business to his death. After reading his strategies, I’m surprised at how many of his values can be applied to today’s bloggers. As a matter of fact, right before I published content, I...
Tags: Apple, Steve Jobs, Blogging, Steve Job, The Net, John Chow, Apple Computers

The Joy Of Writing

Because I am a writer. I like to write about stuff that touches the strings of my heart and makes it go gooey and happy. Then , I feel like sharing the gooey feeling with the world. I feel that there's no dearth of sadness in the world , there is a need of lots of happiness and love. If I can spread that by my words , I'll be extremely happy. Like that time when being stuck in the rain for hours , while hiking in the Himalayas at 8000 feet made me extremely happy. Even with those muddy shoes and...
Tags: Europe, Steve Jobs, Himalayas, Huffington Post, Gloria Steinem, Douglas Adams, Apple Computers

Apple Should Pay More Tax, Says Co-Founder Wozniak

mrspoonsi quotes a report from BCC: All companies, including Apple, should pay a 50% tax rate, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has told the BBC. He said he doesn't like the idea that Apple does not pay tax at the same rate he does personally. "I don't like the idea that Apple might be unfair -- not paying taxes the way I do as a person. I do a lot of work, I do a lot of travel and I pay over 50% of anything I make in taxes and I believe that's part of life and you should do it." When asked if App...
Tags: Apple, Bbc, Cbs, Donald Trump, Steve Cook, Wozniak, Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs Steve Jobs, Apple Computers

Morning Docket: 03.29.16

* Legal showdown averted (for now): the feds were able to access the data on the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone without any help from Apple. [Washington Post] * A Harvard Law School grad stands accused of a $95 million fraud scheme -- yikes. We'll have more on this later. [ABA Journal] * Does a sentencing delay violate the Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial? Some on SCOTUS seem skeptical. [How Appealing] * Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announces his intention to veto the Free Exercise Prote...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Politics, Texas, Technology, Supreme Court, Privacy, Scotus, Washington Post, Lgbt, Religion, Georgia, Walmart, Gay, Hillary Clinton, New York Times