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  • Man pleads no contest in burglary of Jobs' home

    A California man accused of breaking into Steve Jobs' house and stealing computers and the Apple Inc. co-founder's wallet has pleaded no contest to burglarizing homes across the San Francisco Bay area.


  • Apple's iPad Mini much pricier than rival tablets

    Apple Inc.'s pencil-thin, smaller iPad will cost much more than its competitors, signaling that the company isn't going to get into a mini-tablet price war.


  • ** FILE ** Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, introduces the iPad Mini in San Jose, Calif., on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

    Apple reveals iPad Mini, with prices starting at $329

    Apple Inc.'s pencil-thin, smaller iPad will cost much more than its competitors, signaling that the company isn't going to get into a mini-tablet price war.


  • Apple's iPad Mini much pricier than rival tablets

    Apple Inc.'s pencil-thin, smaller iPad will cost much more than its competitors, signaling that the company isn't going to get into a mini-tablet price war.


  • Oracle CEO to experiment on his Hawaiian island

    Oracle CEO Larry Ellison envisions his recently acquired Hawaiian island becoming a "little laboratory" for experimenting with more environmentally sound ways to live.


  • **FILE** Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks Sept. 12, 2012, during an introduction of the new iPhone 5 in San Francisco. (Associated Press)

    Tim Cook on Apple maps: 'Extremely sorry'

    Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company is "extremely sorry" for the frustration its Maps application has caused and it's doing everything it can to make it better. In the meantime, he recommended that people use competing map applications to get around.


  • Tim Cook on Apple maps: 'Extremely sorry'

    Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company is "extremely sorry" for the frustration its Maps application has caused and it's doing everything it can to make it better. In the meantime, he recommended that people use competing map applications to get around.


  • Apple CEO apologizes for error-ridden new map app

    Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized Friday for the company's error-ridden new mobile mapping service and pledged to improve the application installed on tens of millions of smartphones. In an unusual mea culpa, he invited frustrated consumers to turn to the competition.


  • Review: iPhone 5 blends beauty with versatility

    As I played around with the iPhone 5, I wondered what the late Steve Jobs would have thought about the latest twist on Apple's best-selling device.


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