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Remains of the Day: Chip off the old block

The next iPhone is down with LTE, Apple's bolstering the corporate computer market, and HP's gone a little crazy with its latest iMac all-in-one PC. The remainders for Monday, September 10, 2012 are oddly familiar.

New iPhone to Support LTE (Wall Street Journal)

According to the Journal, the forthcoming iPhone will not only support the faster LTE cellular data standard, but it will also work in many countries around the world. Clearly, the only choice of song for the next iPhone commercial is Daft Punk's "Around the World," which also means Tim Cook and Scott Forstall should come on stage in appropriate costume.

Apple as the Last Hope for Growth in Business PCs (The New York Times)

Winged porcine figures have been spotted by air traffic, cats and dogs are reportedly co-habitating, and the temperature in hell is a chilly 30°F. All because a report from Forrester says that the only growth in the corporate hardware market is coming from Apple.

HP announces Spectre One desktop, three other all-in-ones (Engadget)

Man, you let them slap a logo on one product, and they just never stop, huh?


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