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Apple Granted Patent for Solar-Powered, Dual Screen Laptop

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January 29, 2014
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The hypothetical device would look like a regular laptop, but its display would be dual-sided - with the back covered in solar cells. Video provided by Newsy


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TheStreet (Dec. 30, 2013) — Sales of Google's Chromebook surged this year -- outselling Apple's MacBook, according to a study by research group NPD. From January through November 2013, 1.76 million Chromebooks were sold -- that's up from a total of 400,000 sold last year. Altogether, Chromebooks made up 21% of notebook sales in 2013. Meanwhile, NPD's report showed that Apple's desktop and laptop sales dropped 7%. Amazon's list of hottest products during the holidays backs up the findings, as Chromebooks were its top two laptop sellers.
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Apple Files for Sales Ban on Nine Samsung Phone Models

Apple Files for Sales Ban on Nine Samsung Phone Models

TheStreet (May 27, 2014) — It's round two in the battle between Apple and Samsung after Apple filed for a sales ban on nine of Samsung's older models of phones. It's the latest in what has been a long legal battle between the companies. Earlier this month, Apple received only $120 million dollars in a patent lawsuit against Samsung, a fraction of the $2.2 bilion dollars it had originally sought in damages. Now, Apple is seeking a ban, arguing it is more important than any monetary compensation won in protecting the three patents it accuses Samsung of infringing. For its part, Samsung says the claims are overblown and a ploy to muscle out the competition. Apple has asked the court to either order a retrial or to review the compensation awarded by the jury. Video provided by TheStreet
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What to Expect When Apple Debuts Its Next iPhone Model

What to Expect When Apple Debuts Its Next iPhone Model

TheStreet (June 24, 2014) — While Apple has been as coy as ever on what it has in the pipeline, here’s what we can likely expect from the next iPhone launch. First, the unveiling of the next Apple smartphone should occur in early fall, perhaps as soon as mid-September. Second, pundits bet the next model will veer away from the traditional numerical naming system, instead being called iPhone Air. According to leaked snaps circulated on Reddit, the iPhone could boast a larger screen than what the current four-inch models have. Lastly, backloaded revenue from Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies indicates this model will use sapphire crystal for its display screen material. Video provided by TheStreet
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Sharp Floods CES With Too Many TVs

Sharp Floods CES With Too Many TVs

TheStreet (Jan. 6, 2014) — Sharp announced a reboot of its AQUSTV line at CES. Sharp may be excited about delivering four new TV's with 14 different feature sets and screen sizes, but consumers may be overwhelmed with too many options. The real news is whether Sharp can take screen market share from Corning with its IGZO screen technology. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt and Chris Ciaccia report from Last Vegas.
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