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Its shares fell despite reporting revenues of $57bn. The pressure is on for the technology giant to find its next big thing

Paris Apple store robbed during New Year revelry

Masked and armed thieves used New Year's Eve celebrations in Paris to rob the city's flagship Apple store.

The yacht ordered by the late Steve Jobs and designed by Philippe Starck

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A gleaming minimalist super-yatch built for the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been impounded in Amsterdam amid what was said to be a dispute over an upaid bill to the  designer Philippe Starck.

Nikhil Kumar: Apple should turn on to TVs to show it still has what it takes after Jobs

There is uncertainty as investors struggle to make up their minds about the business

Apple’s contender in the online storage war takes a typically ‘walled garden’ approach.

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Tech giants like Google and Apple are continuously trying to lure us into storing our data on their servers, a service otherwise known as ‘cloud storage’. There are many obvious question marks over this kind of technology. What if they lose all of my stuff? Will my data be safe from hackers? Do I want companies building up such an accurate image of me?

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Tech giant makes symbolic move after criticism of outsourcing to China

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Main image: Firby, £49.79, and magnetic frames, £12 a set, both John Lewis

Personal pricing may mean higher charges

Sophisticated software is allowing businesses to monitor our internet shopping and use the information gathered to offer us personalised prices.

Ipads and other gadgets boost sales at John Lewis in Christmas run up

Ipads and other electronics have helped department store chain John Lewis start its run up to Christmas with festive cheer.

WhatsApp Messenger tops iPhone app chart again

The hugely popular free instant messaging system WhatsApp Messenger is at number one again in the paid for iPhone app chart this week.

The iPad Mini introduced this week

Apple sells 3 million iPads in debut fueling demand optimism

Apple said Monday it sold 3 million units of its iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad during the debut weekend, a sign that the new devices can help the company withstand accelerating competition in the tablet market.

Comet rejects cerebral palsy boy's gift card Customer fury as Comet stops gift vouchers

Furious customers were turned away from Comet stores throughout Britain over the weekend after discovering that administrators for the beleaguered electrical retailer had suspended all its gift vouchers.

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