35 Best iPhone Apps (All Links Provided on One Page Article)

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TechCrunch's Alex Ahlund wrote a story about the 35 best apps (applications) for Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone this weekend at the Washington Post. Needless to say is causing quite a stir and is free advertising for Apple and the iPhone (like they need any). Oh, and that list, we got that here as well and you won't have to click thru 10 pages to read the list, how about just one page with all 35 apps.

Apple App Store: When Giants Fight, Smaller Companies Get Squashed

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) - At the App Store, when giants fight, smaller companies can get squashed.  Just ask Riverturn Chief Executive Kevin Duerr...

Apple's Post Earnings Wrap-Up

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iPhone now only $99 and new model

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) slashed the entry price for an iPhone in half and rolled out laptops for $300 less than previous models Monday, the company's first dramatic price cuts since the recession began a year and a half ago.

Apple Inc. and Google Inc. Board Questioned by Federal Regulators

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The Federal Trade Commission is looking at whether Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) are violating the 1914 Clayton Antitrust Act, which bars directors from serving on two competing companies, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Stocks to Watch - Apple, JC Penney

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Sector Focus - Technology

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Mark Wattles Favorite Part of a Book? Chapter 11

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This isn't the good news people might think it is. So, I was going through some old news and found this (I forgot to write about it the first time).

SmartMoney.com - Today's 3 Stock Picks: MSFT, AAPL, EBAY

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SmartMoney.com's take on three stocks worth your time and attention including Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT). They say that Risk takers can upload shares of Microsoft on this dip.

Apple Suffering Same Fate as Starbucks and WholeFoods

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When folks are flush, they will spend for status, but when things get tight and quality low cost competitors enter the market, buying habit change...fast. This also has nothing to do with Steve Jobs' shareholder deception, what is happening now at Apple started last summer.

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