Adam"s apple - traduzione in italiano
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Adam"s apple - traduzione in italiano

AMERICAN JOURNALIST
Adam S. Cohen; Adam Seth Cohen

Adam's apple      
pomo d"Adamo, proiezione cartilaginosa sulla gola (visibile soprattutto nell"uomo)
Apple Computer         
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  • The [[Genius Bar]] at Apple's [[Regent Street]] store in [[London]]
  • Apple Campus (1 Infinite Loop)
  • The [[Apple II Plus]], introduced in 1979, designed primarily by Wozniak.
  • Apple's first product, the [[Apple I]], designed by Steve Wozniak, was sold as an assembled circuit board and lacked basic features such as a keyboard, monitor, and case. The owner of this unit added a keyboard and wooden case.
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  • Apple Park
  • [[Apple Fifth Avenue]], the flagship store in [[New York City]]
  • Universities with the most alumni at Apple
  • Newly announced iPhone on display at the 2007 [[MacWorld Expo]]
  • Magic Keyboard]]
  • iPhone 14 Pro
  • The [[MacBook Pro]], Apple's first laptop with an [[Intel]] microprocessor, introduced in 2006
  • Macintosh]], released in 1984, is the first mass-market personal computer to feature an integral graphical user interface and mouse.
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  • Co-founder [[Steve Wozniak]] and [[Andy Hertzfeld]] at the [[Apple User Group Connection]] club in 1985
AMERICAN MULTINATIONAL TECHNOLOGY COMPANY
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n. società pionieristica dei computer portatili Apple e Mackintosh
apple tree         
  • Wild ''Malus sieversii'' apple in [[Kazakhstan]]
  • ''[[Adam and Eve]]'' by [[Albrecht Dürer]] (1507), showcasing the apple as a symbol of sin
  • An apple tree in Germany
  • Apple blossom
  • An apple core, part of an apple not usually eaten, containing the seeds
  • Apple blossom from an old [[Ayrshire]] cultivar
  • Leaves with significant insect damage
  • Iduna]]" (1901) by [[Carl Larsson]]
  • [[Heracles]] with the apple of [[Hesperides]]
  • Blossoms, fruits, and leaves of the apple tree (''Malus domestica'')
  • cultivars]] in a wholesale food market
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  • [[Orchard mason bee]] on apple bloom, [[British Columbia]], Canada
  • Machine for paring, coring, and slicing apples, from Henry B. Scammell's 1897 handbook ''Cyclopedia of Valuable Receipts''
  • [[L. K. Relander]], the former [[President of Finland]], with his family picking apples in the 1930s
FRUIT OF THE APPLE TREE
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n. albero di mele del genere Malus

Definizione

Boycott Apple
Some time before 1989, Apple Computer, Inc. started a lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft, claiming they had breeched Apple's copyright on the look and feel of the Macintosh user interface. In December 1989, Xerox failed to sue Apple Computer, claiming that the software for Apple's Lisa computer and Macintosh Finder, both copyrighted in 1987, were derived from two Xerox programs: Smalltalk, developed in the mid-1970s and Star, copyrighted in 1981. Apple wanted to stop people from writing any program that worked even vaguely like a Macintosh. If such {look and feel} lawsuits succeed they could put an end to {free software} that could substitute for commercial software. In the weeks after the suit was filed, Usenet reverberated with condemnation for Apple. GNU supporters {Richard Stallman}, John Gilmore, and Paul Rubin decided to take action against Apple. Apple's reputation as a force for progress came from having made better computers; but The League for Programming Freedom believed that Apple wanted to make all non-Apple computers worse. They therefore campaigned to discourage people from using Apple products or working for Apple or any other company threatening similar obstructionist tactics (e.g. Lotus and Xerox). Because of this boycott the Free Software Foundation for a long time didn't support Macintosh Unix in their software. In 1995, the LPF and the FSF decided to end the boycott. [Dates? Other events? Why did Xerox's case against Apple fail?] (1995-04-18)

Wikipedia

Adam Cohen (journalist)

Adam Seth Cohen (born c. 1962) is an American journalist, author, lawyer, and former assistant editorial page editor of The New York Times. He also worked in the administration of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.