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Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Dell says “alternative mobile devices” are putting a crimp in its PC sales, Digitimes responds to accusations of Apple rumormongering, and Microsoft could be readying Office on iOS.

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With so many people writing about Apple, finding the best stories and reports isn’t easy. Here’s our daily pick of stories about the company from around the Web that you shouldn’t miss:

  • Dell admits “alternative mobile computing devices” — aka the iPad and other smartphones and tablets — are having a significant effect on its PC business, Marketwatch reports.
  • How big of a chunk has the iPad taken out of the entire PC market? Asymco has a good visualization of the latest numbers.
  • Following his epic takedown last week of Digitimes’ faulty Apple reporting, Harry McCracken at TIME posts a response from the Taiwanese publication and his own post-mortem thoughts on Apple rumors that are worth reading.
  • Speaking of rumors: more hints that Microsoft may be closer to releasing an iOS version of Office, according to BGR. And, in a twist, there might also be an Android version in the works too.
  • Not only did the mediation talks between the Apple and Samsung chief executives not bear much fruit, accusations between the two companies continue to fly. This time Samsung is accusing Apple of withholding documents in their ongoing court battle, writes The Mac Observer.
  1. Dell better get into the grocery chain business at the earliest, better late than never and it is very good at doing the same. Also, Austin economy is doing better that the rest of the US. It can sell Onions, Apples, Oranges and Eggs with a better margin.

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  2. You can always linked to the Google cached articles if you were so inclined.

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