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Charlie Rose interviews Jony Ive, Marc Newson

Talk show host Charlie Rose recently interviewed Apple's senior vice president of Design Jony Ive and renowned industrial designer Marc Newson. The interview is now available to watch online.

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The Spaceship is ready for take off as Cupertino offers final approval for Apple's new campus

After winning initial approval for the project in October, Apple has now won final approval to go ahead and construct its ambitious 'Spaceship' campus 2. As part of the agreement Apple will increase the amount of taxes it pays to the City of Cupertino by way of a decreases in sales tax rebates Apple receives.

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Solar and fuel cell farms for Apple's North Carolina data center now completely operational

The solar farms and fuel cells meant to power Apple's data center in North Carolina are now all online, and we have a better idea about how it all works. Apple's sites are the largest privately-owned clean energy centers in the country, and consist of two solar farms and and a fuel cell farm.

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Debug 23: Jonathan Deutsch on Apple and Tumult

Jonathan Deutsch talks about HyperEdit, his time at Apple, the origins of Tumult, believing in Hype, and hitting people with kendo sticks.

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Eddy Cue accepts Bay Area entrepreneur award on behalf of Steve Jobs

The Bay Area Council has posthumously recognized Steve Jobs with its Business Hall of Fame award, which it gives out annually to recognize "the accomplishments and contributions of Bay Area business titans who have built some of the world’s most recognized and respected companies and brands." Accepting on his behalf was Apple senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue.

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GarageBand for Mac updated with bug fixes and stability improvements

Apple on Wednesday released a minor update to GarageBand for Mac. The new release, 10.0.1, is available for download from the Mac App Store.

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Going beyond cameras with the Apple Lightning to USB adapter

If you're new to the iPad – or perhaps even if you're not – then you may not be familiar with one of Apple's own accessories; the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter. In simplest terms, this little $29 attachment is designed to provide a connection to your digital camera allowing you to import your photos and videos onto your iPad. But since it's essentially a USB port attached to the bottom of your iPad, is it limited to just cameras? The short answer is no, and since I've just picked one up, I've spent a little time plugging various items in to the adapter, with varying results.

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Apple shuts down stock tracking site, have to find your new Apple device the old fashioned way

With stocks of recent Apple devices at launch – iPhone 5s we're looking at you – being questionable, one talented soul developed a website that would help you keep track on stocks of the devices wherever you were. Seems Apple isn't too happy about it, and has sent a takedown notice to Apple-Tracker.com.

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Apple Store app gets updated, Passbook gift cards break U.S. exclusivity

A year ago almost to the day, the Apple Store app for iPhone added support for Passbook integrated Apple Store gift cards that you could buy and send via email. Apple has now pushed an update to the app that adds the feature for some new countries, including the UK, Canada and Australia. Perfect for that long distance holiday gift.

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Apple releases some details on law enforcement information requests

Apple has disclosed some some information on the requests that it gets from the government for customer information. The company says that only a small percentage of government requests concern actual customer data, with the majority of law enforcement requests seeking information of devices that have been lost or stolen.

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