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It has been exactly one year since the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from pancreatic cancer. The late Apple trailblazer certainly possessed “magical thinking” in his ascension to business brilliance; now if only cancer researchers can implement the same strategy to help find a cure for this deadly disease that impacts millions across the globe.
Apple has donated tens of millions of dollars toward cancer research and will continue to assist in the race for a cure. LBi, a global marketing and technology agency out of New York, and Social Irony, a Jakarta-based digital media firm, both support the Steve Jobs memorial iPhone app to help raise funds for pancreatic cancer. “The app - entitled ‘In Steve’s Honor’ – allows users to download a specially designed commemorative ribbon to their iPhone as reusable wallpaper so they can simultaneously pay tribute to Steve Jobs and raise money for research into the disease.” Steve Jobs legacy lives on as a fight for a cure continues.

It has been exactly one year since the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from pancreatic cancer. The late Apple trailblazer certainly possessed “magical thinking” in his ascension to business brilliance; now if only cancer researchers can implement the same strategy to help find a cure for this deadly disease that impacts millions across the globe.

Apple has donated tens of millions of dollars toward cancer research and will continue to assist in the race for a cure. LBi, a global marketing and technology agency out of New York, and Social Irony, a Jakarta-based digital media firm, both support the Steve Jobs memorial iPhone app to help raise funds for pancreatic cancer. “The app - entitled ‘In Steve’s Honor’ – allows users to download a specially designed commemorative ribbon to their iPhone as reusable wallpaper so they can simultaneously pay tribute to Steve Jobs and raise money for research into the disease.” Steve Jobs legacy lives on as a fight for a cure continues.

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The new iPhone 5 was released today to much fanfare. The look is similar enough to the iPhone 4 that we’re not going to find a photo of it. New features include blah blah blah. New (whatever material) ensures kind of improved this an that…uhm, maps, Twitter and Siri on sports. Other than that, there is nothing that ground breaking, special, or interesting about any of this. On top of the fact our Iphone 4s aren’t broken yet, we’ll let you find some other place to read about it. New iPhone 6 to be released in 45 minutes. #CouldNotBeBothered #FearTheHypeMonster 

The new iPhone 5 was released today to much fanfare. The look is similar enough to the iPhone 4 that we’re not going to find a photo of it. New features include blah blah blah. New (whatever material) ensures kind of improved this an that…uhm, maps, Twitter and Siri on sports. Other than that, there is nothing that ground breaking, special, or interesting about any of this. On top of the fact our Iphone 4s aren’t broken yet, we’ll let you find some other place to read about it. New iPhone 6 to be released in 45 minutes. #CouldNotBeBothered #FearTheHypeMonster 

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Forget the rumors surrounding Apple’s iPhone 5, a Chinese company by the name of GooPhone has created an iPhone 5 clone they are calling the Goophone I5. According to a report by CNET, GooPhone may have taken out a patent on the design of a new smartphone they created. The Company is even going as far as to try and sue Apple over a patent issue involving the company’s upcoming smartphone. Is this what the future holds? The bee logo is kinda cool, but we hold true to our guns. Apple. 

Forget the rumors surrounding Apple’s iPhone 5, a Chinese company by the name of GooPhone has created an iPhone 5 clone they are calling the Goophone I5. According to a report by CNET, GooPhone may have taken out a patent on the design of a new smartphone they created. The Company is even going as far as to try and sue Apple over a patent issue involving the company’s upcoming smartphone. Is this what the future holds? The bee logo is kinda cool, but we hold true to our guns. Apple. 

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