Apple gets a 10

  To market to market to buy a fat pig. The Apple event didn't disappoint last night. Even before the product unveiling, we got the first glimpses of the Steve Jobs Theatre. The sunken theatre has a ground level cylindrical entrance, where the roof floats as it sits above reinforced glass. Unfortunately, many of the … Continue reading Apple gets a 10

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iPhone is 10

"Loads of Apple articles last week, Michael and I have put together all the links that we think you need (you are welcome), in order to see how far the product has come. There are some suggestions that the smartphone of the future may be glasses, or more augmented reality. The fact is that the … Continue reading iPhone is 10

iTrillion

"There were a couple of cool tweets around related to the market cap of Apple, Byron re-tweeted Eddy's tweet, this part is important: 'The magic number is $191.79 to become the first trillion dollar company' "   To market to market to buy a fat pig Stocks in Jozi, Jozi gained a smidgen yesterday, nearly … Continue reading iTrillion

Facecooking

"OK, Facebook numbers quickly. The Facebook platform is nearing two billion monthly users, currently 1.94 billions, which represents a little over one-quarter of all the folks on the planet. I guess at some level there will have to be a subscriber ceiling."   To market to market to buy a fat pig May the Fourth … Continue reading Facecooking

iProfits

"They have the firepower to develop and bring the consumer what they want. Jony Ive and his team are key to product development. I suspect they will be key to the next great product that the company will develop. It will come, just stay patient, the company makes an amazing product that people want."   … Continue reading iProfits

Cracker

"African Rainbow Minerals also had a cracking day, as did Lonmin and GoldFields, all up over ten percent on the session. It was one of those rare, rare days. All as a result of a Federal Reserve not minding that inflation gets out of whack, whilst they raise rates at a slow and measured pace." … Continue reading Cracker