Apple’s Expansion Continues

Apple In Manufacturing Discussion with India

Just when you think Apple can’t get any bigger, think again. The Cupertino-based tech monster is reportedly in talks with the government of India about manufacturing the iPhone in India. Why? Aside from cheaper labor this could go a long way in helping Apple increase its sales in the world’s second most populated country. It’s anticipated these iPhones will sell at a lower price. The good news for this “India Phone” is that they can call it iPhone for short. . (Source: Mashable)

Twitter Quietly Makes Changes to Search Bar

Don’t look now but Twitter has changed its search bar yet again. Instead of reverse chronological order, the social media giant has made it so that when you look for something in the search bar, you will see relevance-ordered tweets first. This way, users can gain new information from the most popular/relevant tweets around a certain subject. Similar to your results on Amazon. Now when you want to find out more about the latest Kardashian scandal you’ll be in the know. (Source: Mashable)

Desktops Still A Part of Apple’s Future

You know that big old desktop computer sitting in your office that you never use anymore? Wondering if a new one of those will ever come out? According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, yes. In an internal company post from Cook,  new desktop computers are on Apple’s roadmap for the future. The company believes products like the iMac, which has not been updated in over a year, are still relevant for millions. Steelcase (Grand Rapids, MI), the largest manufacturer of office furniture just broke out the holiday bubbly early! People are going to need desks to put their computers on…  (Source: Mashable)

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His Socialnomics work has been featured on 60 Minutes to the Wall Street Journal and used by the National Guard to NASA. His book Digital Leader propelled him to be voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Qualman is a sitting professor at Harvard & MIT's edX labs.

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