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iTunes will accommodate podcasts Lawsuit settled over low-energy iPods   Shares dip on reports of slower iPod sales  Shares of Apple Computer slid nearly 5% ollowing reports that sales of its digital music player appear to be slowing Apple Switches to Intel Microprocessors  Apple Computer will start using Intel chips starting next year, Steve Jobs told a gathering of software developers Apple, Intel to become partners   Jobs Tells Graduates to Pursue Passions  Apple's CEO told graduates that dropping out of college was one of the best decisions he ever made S. Jobs Gives Sympathy After iPod Death Solid 3Q results thanks to iPod sales
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iPod exec gets $26.4 million from options Apple to Release 'Tiger' System in April Profits up, shares dip on outlook  Quarterly profit blew past the most optimistic expectations, powered by strong sales Questions about pace cause stock to sink  Shares sank more than 5%, despite another quarter of robust profits Protesters upset with Apple over e-waste  Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition claims iPod battery is a toxic time bomb, and since Apple charges $99 for a new battery Apple yanks book on Jobs  Apple has been cracking down on unauthorized publication of stories about the company Apple to let loose its sleek Tiger system Apple considering jumping to Intel chips
Jobs unveils cut-rate computer  Apple Computer chief executive introduced the computer the size of a paperback and a tiny iPod that starts at $99 Profits quadruple as iPod sales surge  1st-quarter is dramatically exceeding expectations, based on strong sales of laptop computers and music players iTunes sells 250 million songs New iPods, Lower Prices Raskin, 'Father of the Macintosh', died  Jef Raskin was early Apple developer that wanted computers built for people, not just for programs Suit Against Web Reporters  Judge Kleinberg had ruled that that the 3 must reveal their sources, who are presumably employees of Apple Ex-employee pleaded guilty to swindling  Marci O'Kelly, 35 allegedly resold the equipment worht $115,000 on eBay and kept the money Apple Wins Trade Secrets Legal Dispute

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  A judge ruling that there are no legal protections for those who publish a company's trade secrets

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  Apple Computerís shares spiked 6% on news that it may start using computer chips from Intel

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  Analysts are concerned that momentum may be slowing ahead of the back-to-school shopping season
Jul.18 Music Videos May Be Coming to iPods Jul.30 HP to stop selling iPods

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Aug.3 Mouse works on Macs and Windows PCs
Aug.12   Apple loses bid on iPod patent  Microsoft beat Apple by 5 months in filing a patent application for some key elements of the music player Aug.30   Apple fuels buzz of mystery iPod  The firm sent e-mails to reporters and analysts. The messages included a photo of a jeans pocket

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Sep.7   Apple unveils music-playing cell phone
  Apple Computer introduced 2 new digital music players, including an ultra slim replacement for the iPod Mini line
Sep.28 Apple Offers to Fix iPod Nanos  Apple is reportedly ready to respond to complaints about defective screens

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Oct.11 Earnings strong, but stock tumbles
  The company posted a net profit of $430 million, or $0.50 per share, for its fiscal fourth quarter Oct.12 Video iPod introduced
  Apple unveiled a slew of additional products and deals that included a content sharing agreement with Disney

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Dec.7 Apple adding NBC shows to join iTunes  Apple Computer Inc. is adding 11 television shows including 'Law & Order,' 'The Office' Dec.31 iPod designer called 'Most Excellent'
  Jonathan Ive was named a commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II

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