The Kansas city is one of a handful in the running to be a test market for Google's fiber-optic broadband Internet. And it really, really, really wants to win.
Another analyst report adds to the rumors that Apple will release a lower-priced, plastic smartphone in July. It also projects a $350 to $400 price point for the handset.
The company's LTE service is now available in Stockton, Calif., Topeka, Kan.; Laredo, Texas; and 10 other areas, while expanded coverage hits San Francisco, Milwaukee, and elsewhere.
The online retailer treads into new territory that will test its strategy of selling products at cost.
The company's stock is off to a stronger start this week than it has been in months, though far from it's all-time high in September.
Analyst Brian White claims the next iPhone will get the same color selection as the iPod Touch and arrive in May or June. Oh, and there will be a range of sizes.
Windows 8 gets little love from analysts. They cite a mix of factors including a confusing interface and confused positioning of Windows 8 and Windows RT.
The Apple chief disses competitors who sacrifice screen quality for larger size, and hints that his company can do better.
The irrepressible Brian White (Apple to hit $1,111 a share!) also says investors should think of Apple's market cap potential in terms of trillions, not billions.
The arrival will come about a week after Apple CEO Tim Cook indicated that the models would be in China by the end of the month.