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# Macbook

All time
# new approach
Will large queues for Apple products be a thing of the past?
A leaked Apple memo suggests it’s trying out a different strategy for the launch of the Apple Watch and Macbook.
# digital love
Man fights in US court for the right to marry his laptop
The man claims love is love, even between human and computer.
# we're done
Angry boyfriend in Wexford posts bitter DoneDeal ad
Hell hath no fury like a Wexford man scorned.
# run for your lives
This huge security flaw affects (nearly) all iPhones, iPads, and Apple computers
The flaw affects how secure data is sent over the internet.
# punwatch
How many puns can Twitter come up with about the new Apple OS?
About this many.
# iKnight
Apple designer Jonathan Ive to receive knighthood today
The British designer behind the iMac, the iPhone and the iPad will be knighted at Buckingham Palace later today.
# Apple
Late arrival of iPhone 4S sees Apple's Q4 results disappoint
Below expected revenues and earnings saw shares in the world’s leading tech company fall 7 per cent.
# Steve Jobs
Obituary: Steve Jobs 1955 - 2011
A visionary, he helped change computers from a geeky hobbyist’s obsession to a necessity of modern life at work and home, and in the process he upended not just personal technology but the cellphone and music industries.
# Steve Jobs
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dead at 56
The tech company has released a brief statement on its website tonight confirming the news that the visionary former CEO has passed. It follows a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
# EP11
Dublin band has gear stolen days before Electric Picnic
Musos appealing for donations to The Cast of Cheers who had travelled to London to work on their second album but had thousands of euro worth of equipment stolen in burglary.
# iFake
Remember that fake Apple store? China's found 22 more - in ONE city
Authorities in Kunming have gone on the hunt for more fake “Apple Stores” – and found another 22 unauthorised sellers.
# Big Apple
Apple (briefly) becomes the world's most valuable company
Apple is now worth 39 times as much as it was ten years ago – and yesterday overtook ExxonMobil as the biggest cheese.
# Rotten Apples
Chinese authorities shut imposter 'Apple stores' - as more are uncovered elsewhere
Two of the five shops masquerading as Apple Stores have been shut down by authorities for not having the right licence.
# iFake
Here's the Apple store selling iPhones and iPads that's actually a fake
China, long known for producing counterfeit consumer gadgets, software and brand name clothing, has reached a new piracy milestone – fake Apple stores.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you love or loathe Apple?
Today we’re asking how you feel about the tech company which seems to inspire adoration or loathing in computer and smartphone users around the world.
# Justice
Man tracks down MacBook thief by using the stolen computer to spy on him
Software installed on Joshua Kaufman’s MacBook allowed him, and police to track down the burglar by taking pictures of him in secret.