Thursday, March 12, 2015

MC2 Post 2001 It's Apple Catch-Up Time Again when will they stop



PUSHING The BOUNDARIES ???







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See the Cheap Apple Watch Knockoffs on China’s Black Market



From:    http://time.com




Fake Apple Watch:




D-WATCH ($472) sold by Gemini TB Creative Design has a stainless steel case and a sapphire display. Two versions are provided: the Sport and the Edition, with a watchcase 
made of 18-karat gold.



The real deal won’t go on sale until late April, but Apple Watch knockoffs are already popping up in China’s gadget black market.

The fake devices, ranging from $30 and up, were spotted Wednesday on 

Taobao.com, a Chinese website for online shopping. 

The real Apple Watch sells for $350-$17,000.










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 In Real Estate


Apple Gets Sweet Deals From Mall Operators





As a traffic magnet, iPhone maker is able to negotiate lower terms for rent

 


 
Apple Inc.’s huge gravitational pull on mall traffic is distorting the market for mall rents, winning the iPhone maker sweetheart deals and putting upward pressure on other tenants’ leases.

Apple draws so many shoppers that its stores single-handedly lift sales by 10% at the malls in which they operate, according to Green Street Advisors, a real-estate research firm. That gives Apple the clout to negotiate extremely low rents for itself relative to its sales, while creating upward pressure on prices paid by mall neighbors who might not benefit from the traffic.






Link:  
http://www.wsj.com/articles/apple-gets-sweet-deals-from-mall-operators-1426007804


 


TinyURL:  http://tinyurl.com/lxffkvg



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What About That Funny New  Connector on the new MacBook?

USB-C is our new connection overlord. Get used to it.

 



Google's Chrome Pixel Has TWO.
 


Google unveils a more powerful 


Chromebook Pixel for $999

 

From:   http://thenextweb.com


Google is launching a quicker, cheaper Chromebook for $999. It features a similar all-metal design to the previous iteration, but this time comes with a Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a (still tiny) 32GB SSD.


There’s also a more advanced “LS” (for – wait for it – ‘ludicrous speed’) model available with a Core i7 chip, 16GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. That model comes in at $1300.

The screen, meanwhile, remains largely unchanged from last year. Not that that’s a bad thing: it’s a 2560 x 1700 display with 

a rare 3:2 aspect ratio, and is still touch-sensitive.


The laptop features USB-C connectivity, which like on the new MacBook, takes care of charging, data and video functions (more on what USB-C can do here). Google does the unthinkable, however, and includes two ports.




 



Link:   http://thenextweb.com/insider/2015/03/11/google-unveils-a-more-powerful-chromebook-pixel-for-999/

 
 


TinyURL:   http://tinyurl.com/lhd3q33



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Embedded ChromeBook video


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what USB-C can do is here: 
http://thenextweb.com/insider/2015/03/11/google-unveils-a-more-powerful-chromebook-pixel-for-999/Google%20unveils%20a%20more%20powerful%20Chromebook%20Pixel%20for%20$999
 


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