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#1 PastBook Brings Its Collaborative Photo Book Maker To IPhone

By Grab Media, a blinkx company PastBook is bringing its online, collaborative photo book maker to the iPhone today. While the majority of photo book making utilities share a similar feature set – you select photos from your local gallery or social network, PastBook generates revenue by offering a professionally printed photo album, starting at $19 for a 24-page book, and ships it anywhere in the world for free. ...Read More »

#2 Apple's IPhone Generated Great Results And A Solid Outlook

By Grab Media, a blinkx company There werent many holes in Apple ’s March quarter results. Revenue of $45.6 billion increased 5% year over year and was nicely above the high end of the $42 to $44 billion guidance range. The Street was expecting about 38 million iPhones and Apple was able to sell 43.7 million, up 20% year over year when adjusted for channel inventory, suggesting that all the speculation on the upcoming iPhone 6 did not seem to hurt sales to any significant degree. ...Read More »

#3 Apple Earnings: Has The IPhone Maker Got Its Mojo Back?

By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apples quarter came in well ahead of expectations on strong overall revenues and iPhone sales. With the company forecasting modestly higher earnings in the coming quarter and expectations that the iPhone 6 could be a blockbuster come September, Apples stock soared to levels not seen since the end of last year. Still, CEO Tim Cook thinks the companys shares are cheap. ...Read More »

#4 Apple Artificially Inflating Valuation: Analyst

By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple announced a share buyback, stock split and dividend increase. Tech analyst Rob Enderle from Enderle Group tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that these moves are artificially inflating the company valuation. ...Read More »

#5 Apple doles out cash, Facebook beat underwhelms

By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple wows the street with a 7-for-1 stock split that overshadowed a plunge in iPad sales. Meanwhile, Facebook easily beat forecasts but a slowing growth rate for active sign ups could be a problem for the high-flying stock. Conway G. Gittens reports. ...Read More »

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