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Community should die or make a movie already

Community should die or make a movie already

The cult-comedy TV series Community is over. It’s dead - it’s been cancelled. It’s had five seasons and more episodes than most non-cult television shows get to run with over their short lives. While we screamed about the show having potential cancellation more than once, it’s time to let go. While Hulu has been tipped to take this show under its wing for another season (or more), it really should just be time to let well enough alone.

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Apple “Misunderstood” Holiday 2013 ad divides opinion

Apple “Misunderstood” Holiday 2013 ad divides opinion

Apple has released its new 2013 holiday advert, "Misunderstood", demonstrating what an iPhone, AirPlay, and a little video editing can do for the festive season. The commercial, which shows a teenager secretly recording his family as they gather for the holidays and then cutting the clips together into a video he subsequently plays via AirPlay, is one of the quieter ads Apple has put together in terms of promoting features.

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Piper study: US teen iPhone popularity rises, iPad remains dominant

Piper study: US teen iPhone popularity rises, iPad remains dominant

This this Fall 2013 season the Piper Jaffray analyst known as Gene Munster has released a report that spans several seasons into the past, covering the USA-based teen device wants and ownership in tablets and smartphones. What you'll find here is a collection of results very much centered on the Apple universe - with just the iPhone appearing in the "owns" category for phones - but also depicting an interesting set of trends in competing hardware. This study clearly shows Apple to be dominant in each category, while Android phones rise, Kindle Fire tablets fall, and Blackberry fades away.

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Apple said to sell 75 million low-cost iPhones in 2014

Apple said to sell 75 million low-cost iPhones in 2014

It's been rumored for a while now that Apple will be releasing a lower-cost iPhone at some point this year -- most likely sometime in the fall, which now begs the question of how many of these low-cost iPhones will sell. Since they'll be cheaper than a regular iPhone, it makes sense that Apple will sell a ton of these, and analysts agree.

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Analyst believes the iPad will see a complete redesign by the end of April

Analyst believes the iPad will see a complete redesign by the end of April

According to Piper Jaffray, an investment research firm, Apple will most likely be hosting an event between March and April. An analyst at the firm, Gene Munster, analyzed the time frame of launch events held by Apple, and he believes that Apple's full-sized iPad is due for a major redesign. He also believes the iPad Mini may receive an update of its own as well, but considering that it had just launched last October, it would be unlikely.


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Analyst predicts Apple could sell 1.5 million iPad minis this weekend

Analyst predicts Apple could sell 1.5 million iPad minis this weekend

There may be some competitors out there that hope Apple doesn't sell many of its new iPad mini tablets. I think, deep down, everyone knows that the tablet is going to be successful and sell in huge numbers no matter what the competition thinks. Analyst Gene Munster from Piper Jaffray believes that Apple is going to sell a significant amount of its new, smaller tablet over the weekend.

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iPhone ownership hits 40% in US Teens

iPhone ownership hits 40% in US Teens

It's time for Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster to break the news on Apple's dominance of the market once again, this time showing a report of 7,700 teenagers in the USA working with the iPhone in massive amounts. The survey showed that this most recent period of study showed iPhone use up 6% over the last time it was conducted, that being 6 months ago. At the moment, it appears that a whopping 40% of teens in the USA own at least one iPhone.

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Analyst: Our 8m iPhone 5 prediction would’ve been right if Apple had sold more

Analyst: Our 8m iPhone 5 prediction would’ve been right if Apple had sold more

Apple's 5m iPhone 5 sales in the first three days of availability are impressive, but analysts are still scrabbling to explain why their own predictions had been so much more enthusiastic. Notorious Apple-obsessive and Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster went further than most, suggesting as many as 6-10m iPhone 5 handsets would be snapped up; now, Fortune reports, he's blaming math and shortages for being so wrong.

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Define success: 23 iPhone 5 sales a second?

Define success: 23 iPhone 5 sales a second?

If you're going to make a blockbuster smartphone pre-order splash, selling 23 iPhone 5 handsets a second for a solid 24 hour period is probably a good way of going about it. AT&T's enthusiasm about the iPhone 5 launch tipped some impressive numbers incoming, and Apple didn't disappoint, revealing the latest iteration of the iconic handset broke its predecessor's (already healthy) pre-order record. More than 2m units in a single day - or, for those of you without a calculator to hand, more than 23 units a second or 1,389 a minute - sets the bar high for the weeks and months ahead.

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