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Firstpost Masterclass: 'Swimming is more mental than physical,' Srihari Nataraj decodes various aspects of sport
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Firstpost Masterclass: 'Swimming is more mental than physical,' Srihari Nataraj decodes various aspects of sport

In this edition of Firstpost Masterclass, Srihari decodes the various aspects of swimming. He talks about the training methods, diet, mental strength, body language and more.

Microsoft’s tryst with smartphones over the years has been a mixed bag, but things are looking up
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Microsoft’s tryst with smartphones over the years has been a mixed bag, but things are looking up

It’s a really good idea to recognise changing times and go with Android instead.

Books Lovers Day: Ten unputdownable technology books that everyone loves
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Books Lovers Day: Ten unputdownable technology books that everyone loves

9 August is celebrated as World Book Lovers Day to encourage of the habit of reading in people.

Apple's latest product is a rainbow stage where Lady Gaga just performed
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Apple's latest product is a rainbow stage where Lady Gaga just performed

The celebration at the Apple spaceship campus was to celebrate late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

Leander Kahney's Tim Cook biography charts Apple CEO's journey and successes following death of Steve Jobs
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Leander Kahney's Tim Cook biography charts Apple CEO's journey and successes following death of Steve Jobs

In his book Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to the Next Level, journalist Leander Kahney meditates on Cook's time as CEO of Apple after Steve Jobs, and how he took the company to greater heights.

Booker prize to now be sponsored by Silicon Valley billionaire Michael Moritz
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Booker prize to now be sponsored by Silicon Valley billionaire Michael Moritz

After 18 years of being referred to as the Man Booker Prize, the award will now once again be recognised as the Booker prize from 1 June, when the Man Group's sponsorship ends

Steve Jobs would be proud of Apple putting people above technology: Steve Wozniak
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Steve Jobs would be proud of Apple putting people above technology: Steve Wozniak

Wozniak says Apple is focusing on innovations that "literally affect everything we do all the time in life".

Remembering Steve Jobs: On his 7th death anniversary, here's a friendly invitation
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Remembering Steve Jobs: On his 7th death anniversary, here's a friendly invitation

No, the invitation is not to buy an Apple device. It's for you to know Jobs the way he'd want you to.

Musk to resign as Tesla chairman but remain CEO in $40 million SEC settlement
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Musk to resign as Tesla chairman but remain CEO in $40 million SEC settlement

Tesla, Musk will each pay $20 million to financial regulators as he steps down as chairman.

A rare, fully-functional Apple-1 computer gets sold for $375,000 at an auction
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A rare, fully-functional Apple-1 computer gets sold for $375,000 at an auction

This is one of only 60-70 remaining of the original 200 that were built by Jobs and Wozniaki.

Apple shows off its its biggest and most expensive iPhone at a whopping $1,100
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Apple shows off its its biggest and most expensive iPhone at a whopping $1,100

iPhone XS costs about $1,100, topping the iPhone X, which at $1,000 seemed jaw-dropping at the time.

Apple Computer 1 set to go on sale in September, could fetch more than $300,000
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Apple Computer 1 set to go on sale in September, could fetch more than $300,000

Apple Computer 1 is a desktop computer released by the Apple Computer Company in 1976.

Apple CEO Tim Cook sends out memo to employees thanking for the $1 trillion mark
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Apple CEO Tim Cook sends out memo to employees thanking for the $1 trillion mark

Closing at $207.39, Apple is the first public company to reach $1 trillion in market capitalization.

Apple's trillion dollar valuation 'not the most important measure' of success: Tim Cook
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Apple's trillion dollar valuation 'not the most important measure' of success: Tim Cook

Cook had not previously publicly commented on Apple's $1 trillion valuations.

Apple becomes first $1 trillion publicly listed US company; tech company's stock jumps 2.8%
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Apple becomes first $1 trillion publicly listed US company; tech company's stock jumps 2.8%

Apple Inc became the first $1 trillion publicly listed US company on Thursday, crowning a decade-long rise fueled by its ubiquitous iPhone.

The MacBook Pro saga: Apple's walled garden is turning increasingly Orwellian
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The MacBook Pro saga: Apple's walled garden is turning increasingly Orwellian

Only outright revolt elicits a response from the increasingly reticent keepers of Apple's garden.

Over 10 years, iOS devs have earned over $100 bn from the App Store: Apple
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Over 10 years, iOS devs have earned over $100 bn from the App Store: Apple

App Store, that will turn ten on 10 July, now sees 500 million weekly visitors.

Apple Inc reportedly in talks with Oscar-winning studio Cartoon Saloon for animated movie
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Apple Inc reportedly in talks with Oscar-winning studio Cartoon Saloon for animated movie

Apple’s tryst with animation goes back to founder Steve Jobs who founded one of today’s leading animation houses, Pixar, in 1986.

20 years of iMac: Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets about what made the iMac so important
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20 years of iMac: Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets about what made the iMac so important

Apple CEO, Tim Cook today tweeted reiterating how the iMac changed the way people looked at computers.

One-page job application that Steve Jobs filled before starting Apple sold for $1,74,000 at an auction
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One-page job application that Steve Jobs filled before starting Apple sold for $1,74,000 at an auction

Other highlights from the online auction included an Apple Mac OS X technical manual signed by Jobs in 2001 that sold for $41,806.