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Q1 2012 Marks Yet Another Record Quarter for Apple

Apple blew past analysts’ estimates once again to post record-breaking numbers, with revenues of $46.33 billion and profits of $13.06 billion.Show full article

Macworld | iWorld 2012: In a Word, Confident

Macworld | iWorld is over, and Adam provides his impression of the show, which boasted a nice mixture of exhibitors and a confident demeanor. But in the end, it’s all about having a chance to get together with others in person.Show full article

Booth Babes: iCandy or iScream?

Macworld | iWorld this year had the greatest concentration of leggy ladies that any of us can recall. Booth babes are common in more male-dominated conferences, like CES and boat shows. Do they have a place at a Mac and iOS event? And should we have illustrated this article with a photo?Show full article

iOS Photo and Video Highlights of Macworld | iWorld 2012

iPhoneography turned out to be a strong portion of this year’s Macworld | iWorld event, with several vendors showing off apps and hardware for creating or working with images on iOS devices.Show full article

Cool Products at Macworld | iWorld 2012

One of the best parts of Macworld | iWorld was browsing through the 270-plus booths to find cool new products for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Read on for our picks.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 30 January 2012

Notable software releases this week include firmware updates for the Mac mini, MacBook, and 13-inch MacBook Pro; PDFpen and PDFpenPro 5.7; Fantastical 1.2; Yojimbo 3.0.3; and BusyCal 1.6.2.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 30 January 2012

While we were away at Macworld | iWorld last week, we managed to ferret out a few good articles for you to read, including a lengthy New York Times piece about Foxconn, a view of the future of video from Final Cut Pro expert Larry Jordan, and an insightful interview with Guy Kawasaki.Show full article

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