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Apple soars on back of iPhone, iPad sales

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Apple has brushed aside concerns that it could soon reach the limits of its soaring growth, with news on Tuesday

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A Chinese teenager sells his kidney to buy Apple products

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In Beijing, A high-school teenager in China sold his kidney to buy an Apple iPhone and iPad, state press said

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FBI’s Steve Jobs file: He will ‘distort reality to achieve his goals’

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Steve Jobs, being considered in 1991 for an appointment under President George H.W. Bush, underwent a thorough background investigation by

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Beijing: iPhone sales halted after shoppers pelt Apple store

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Enraged Chinese shoppers pelted Apple Inc’s flagship Beijing store with eggs and shoving matches broke out with police on Friday

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Syria: iPhone banned in Steve Jobs’ ancestral home

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There may be a fine line between “administration” and “regime”, but Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad has definitely crossed it. His

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Steve Jobs met his Syrian father over 20 years ago

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In one of the most ironic revelations about the complex personality and life of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, his biographer

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Steve Jobs, the most famous Arab in the World dies

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The death of Steve Jobs at the age of 56 brings to an end one of the most spectacular lives in corporate and technological history

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Apple’s Steve Jobs: “Unfortunately, that day has come”

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Ever since his surgery for pancreatic cancer in 2004, Steve Jobs has dismissed questions about his health as irrelevant. In

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Apple tops Google as the world’s most valuable brand

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Apple has overtaken Google as the world’s most valuable brand, ending a four-year reign by the Internet search leader, according

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Steve Jobs and the Syria Massacre

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The death toll is rising in Syria as its dictatorship fires on protesters. What if one of those people who was killed was the next Steve Jobs

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