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Where would tech be today without Apple?

Where would tech be today without Apple?

Imagine a different world, a world without Apple, the most dominant company in the world. Better yet, imagine a world where Apple never existed and never launched its computers, never offered the iPod or iPhone, and never unveiled an iPad.

Now that all of that is in mind, imagine what the world would be like. Would it be a better world? Would the technology industry have more innovative companies delivering technologies we have now? Would companies that Apple demolished along the way have found a way to succeed and do what Apple hasn’t?

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Adobe Voice turns iPad into storytelling tool

Adobe Voice turns iPad into storytelling tool

Apple has always pushed the iPad as a content creation tool, but Adobe is taking things one step further with Adobe Voice for iPad, a new video app that promises easy storytelling with pro-style results. Intended to create the sort of heartstring-tugging or wallet-opening clips that you commonly see shared on Facebook or crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, Adobe Voice effectively makes its After Effects engine automatic.

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Satechi GoRemote aims to uber-simplify wearables

Satechi GoRemote aims to uber-simplify wearables

The folks at Satechi are aiming to release a wearable device so extremely simple, it’s impossible to not understand how to use. When the Pebble watch was first introduced, it garnered massive support - not because it had a miraculously colorful display, and not because it was particularly fashionable. The Pebble was successful because it was simple - here Satechi’s GoRemote aims to do something similar.

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Apple Q214 earnings tap $10.2 billion net profit

Apple Q214 earnings tap $10.2 billion net profit

Starting off the quarter with a record-breaking quarter for revenue from services, Apple showed a quarterly revenue of $45.6 billion USD. This amount works with a quarterly net profit of $10.2 billion, turning out $11.62 USD per diluted share for the quarter. This is Apple’s financial Q2 for 2014.

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Apple iPhone and iPad sales: 43.7m and 16.4m in Q2 2014

Apple iPhone and iPad sales: 43.7m and 16.4m in Q2 2014

Apple sold 43.7m iPhones in Q2 2014, while iPad sales reached 16.4m, with phone sales rising compared to the previous year, though the same could not be said of the tablet category. Sales of the iPhone decreased 14-percent quarter-on-quarter - though were up 17-percent year-on-year - while revenue from smartphone sales dropped by a fifth to $26bn QoQ but up 14-percent YoY.

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iPad still dominates tablet web use but Samsung improves

iPad still dominates tablet web use but Samsung improves

The tablet market may have more options in it than ever before, but Apple's iPad still dominates usage in North America according to the latest research. Samsung made gains on the iPad in Q2 2014, stats firm Chitika says, but its 8.3-percent of the tablet web traffic pie pales in comparison to Apple's 77.2-percent, with the iPad's share declining slightly year-on-year but not enough to shift the chart considerably.

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