Marketplace goes into a Foxconn factory, a judge lets Apple tag into the Lodsys case, and I hope you have some 5.25-inch floppy disk to put into this Mac prototype. The remainders for Thursday, April 12, 2012 are inside out.
Remains of the Day: Inside job
Kentucky Fried Chicken apologizes after sending a Facebook message to Thais telling them to follow the earthquake news and “order their favorite KFC menu.” [Read more]
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KFC Facebook message: There might be tsunami, but order chicken
Best Buy isn’t the only big-box store brought low by mobile technology
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The Future Retail Wasteland
The worst-ever Mac virus outbreak occurs after Apple delays a bug fix
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Apple Delays, Hackers Play
The Piper Jaffray analyst predicts the stock will have a $1 trillion market value by 2014
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Gene Munster Says Apple Is Going to $1,000
The “Boeing phone” would compete with both high-end proprietary devices and consumer phones like BlackBerries, with an expected release by the end of the year.
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Boeing to make super secure Android phone
New, iPad-like jukeboxes feature Facebook, karaoke, photo-taking
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The Rise of the E-Jukebox
The update mainly focuses on Outlook, but also covers some features of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
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Microsoft releases Office 2011 SP2 for OS X
Tech companies scramble to prove their raw materials are conflict-free
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Keeping Conflict Minerals Out of Your Cell Phone
The new $149.99 Sony SmartWatch is one of the most compelling Android-powered wearable devices yet.
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Sony SmartWatch hands-on: Not perfect, but shows promise