President Xi Jinping refused Zuckerberg’s request to name his unborn child at a White House dinner.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was left disappointed last week whenChinese president Xi Jinping refused to give him guidance on baby names at an exclusive White House dinner.
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(By Abby Ohlheiser) “I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in a Bloomberg Businessweek essay, discussing his sexual orientation for the first time in public.
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San Francisco: Ending all speculations, Apple Inc Monday announced it was upgrading its notebooks and launched the ultra thin, next generation MacBook Pro at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2012) in San Francisco on Monday.
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Apple has published a list of its suppliers for the first time as it looks to head off criticism over how workers are treated.
The company also said it has increased its inspection of factories in a bid to ensure proper working conditions for suppliers’ employees.
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Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died “peacefully”, his family said, as they thanked those who have supported them through the past year of his battle with cancer.
“Steve died peacefully today surrounded by his family,” his relatives said in a statement on Wednesday.
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