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One Line of iMacs Will Be Made in the U.S.A, Says Tim Cook

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In an interview with NBC's Brian Williams this morning, Tim Cook revealed some new information about the future of Apple's manufacturing. More specifically, he said that "We've (Apple) been working for years on doing more and more in the U.S. Next year, we will do one of our existing Mac lines in the United States"

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Apple’s Ultra-Thin iMac Now Available For Sale Online

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Looking for a gift for a loved one, or even yourself this holiday shopping season? The new ultra-thin iMacs are now available for order via Apple’s online store.

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Video: Give Your iMac a Touchscreen with Zorro Macsk

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The Apple iMac is a pretty great all-in-one computer, but if you're coming from the perspective of an iPhone or iPad, you want to touch that screen.

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Retina Displays Coming to 13-Inch MacBook Pro This Fall

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A new report is now indicating that not only is the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display in the works, but that it will be launching in the next few months. More specifically, they're looking at a September to October window.

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Steve Jobs Never Got To Be Willy Wonka

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You know the story of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and how there was that Golden Ticket that would let the lucky kids tour the factory? Apparently, Steve Jobs was hoping to do the same thing, except he wanted a golden ticket in the millionth iMac sold for the opportunity for the winner to visit him in Cupertino.

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Patent Reveals 3D Eye-Tracking in Future Apple iPhone 5?

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What if you could look at a 3D object on your iPhone and when you moved your head or shifted your eyes, the display would respond accordingly to give you what would be the real world perspective change? Apparently, that could very well be the kind of technology we'll be finding in the iPhone 5.

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Apple Education Event Announced For Jan. 19

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Amid all the excitement of CES 2012, one announcement has almost slipped unnoticed: Apple has announced an education event that is to be held at Guggenheim Museum, New York, on January 19th.

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CompuLab Trim-Slice: The smallest desktop computer ever

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With all this talk of smartphones and tablets, sometimes we forget that we still need, you know, actual computers. The trouble is that typical desktop computers can suck up quite a bit of power compared to their portable counterparts. Not so with the Trim-Slice from CompuLab.

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Multitouch screens coming to the iMac?

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Apple has confirmed an agreement to fund strategic pre-payments worth $3.9 billion over two years to an unnamed technology during its Q1 results call yesterday. According to company sources, the specific technology won't be named as of yet, though they cite the 2005 flash memory deal as an example of a similar arrangement.

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Freeman looks to open Cydia store for OSX too

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Over on the Apple iPhone (and similar iOS devices) the way to get hacks for your devices has been by jailbreaking and using Cydia. Well, that same concept could soon be happening on your OSX powered Mac computer too, because a Cydia App Store for OSX is in the works.

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Turn your iPad into the world’s cheapest iMac (sort of)

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Maybe you're on a budget and can't afford one of those shiny new MacBook Airs. That's okay. You already have an iPad and you can effectively transform it into an Apple iMac on the cheap. Well, sort of. At least it looks kind of like an iMac. Okay, no it really doesn't but we can all pretend.

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New Apple MacBook (White) Offers Rubberized Unibody

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The aluminum unibody MacBook and MacBook Pro have garnered plenty of attention, but that lowly white MacBook seems to have been left behind. Don’t worry. Apple remembers this end of the market as well and that’s why a completely updated version of the MacBook White has been announced and revealed. I’m not entirely sure if we can technically call it ...

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