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Anyone who owns an Apple product can go to the Apple store and use the Genius Bar for help. Now a Genius Bar is available at Hopkins’ North Junior High School, where the 7th graders just got iPads.
For the first time, the iPhone is growing. After sticking for five years to the same screen size, Apple on Wednesday revealed a new phone that’s taller, with a bigger screen.
With hours to go until Apple is expected to unveil the latest version of the iPhone, many are already thinking about what to do with their old iPhone 3 or 4.
Brian Cooley of CNET.com joined Dave Lee on Wednesday to preview Apple’s big announcement next week.
CBS News business reporter and Minneapolis native Rebecca Jarvis joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News
After a spring and summer filled with warm, wild and wacky weather, you’ll be able to pick apples a lot earlier.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
The University of Minnesota has issued a list of the top 10 plants that have changed Minnesota and how its people live today.
Target Corp. is phasing out Amazon.com Inc.’s e-reader Kindle at its more than 1,700 stores and its website.
The sun is shining, the trees are blooming. It’s the kind of day most Minnesotans dream about — everybody except people like Mike Dekarski, general manager at Apple Jack Orchards in Delano.
Apple’s new iPad is having perhaps the strongest launch yet, with 3 million sold right off the bat.
People were lining up across the country for a chance to buy the new IPhone 4s.
With the debut of the new iPhone 4s, we looked at whether the it’s worth the upgrade and some ways to save money, even if you aren’t looking to switch.
CBS Business reporter Rebecca Jarvis called in from the Apple store on 5th Avenue in New York City Thursday morning.
Apple says the company’s co-founder Steve Jobs has died. He was 56.
Minnesota’s apple harvest is under way, but officials warn residents who want to send Minnesota Honeycrisps and SweeTangoes west of the Rockies that their shipments might not get there.
A lawsuit challenging the University of Minnesota’s exclusive licensing deal for its hot-selling SweeTango apple is ending with a victory for the school and the cooperative that markets the new variety nationwide, although more producers will be able to grow the apple, representatives for both sides told The Associated Press on Monday.
Apple Inc. says Steve Jobs is resigning as CEO, effective immediately.
Kids want the coolest gear for going back to school. Here’s what should be making it into shopping carts this summer.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has not replied to Sen. Al Franken’s letter about privacy concerns, but Franken expects answers soon.
A local teen has developed a game app for Apple.
The Little Falls School District is embracing Apple’s iPad as a teaching tool and by the start of the next school year every fifth- through 12th- grade student in the district will have one.
Apple, Inc. has removed an app from its online store after a University of Minnesota sexuality professor said it was manipulating his research to support the idea that homosexuality can be changed.
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