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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: How to become Apple’s landlord, rumors of a new data center in Hong Kong, super awkward Apple Store opening in Sweden, details on the A6 chip, and more.

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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:

  • The property containing one of Apple’s retail stores in Boston is for sale, the Boston Business Journal reports. Have $30 million? You could be Apple’s landlord at 815 Boylston Street.
  • Apple’s been on a tear to beef up its data center capacity this year, planning new data centers in North Carolina, Oregon and Nevada. 9to5 Mac says that Apple is also looking outside the U.S., to Hong Kong, for a massive new data center that could start construction early next year.
  • You know that clapping thing Apple retail employees do when stores open for the first time, or on the launch of a new iPhone or iPad? The first Apple Store in Sweden just opened, and the whole clapping and cheering routine didn’t go over super well. The Wall Street Journal reports that most Swedes felt kinda awkward and embarrassed by it.
  • Venture Beat looks at the new A6 chip in the iPhone 5, and how much money, time and resources Apple spent on drastically improving its mobile processor’s speed.
  • That ban placed on selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 here in the U.S. before the Apple-Samsung trial? It’s going to stay in place for the time being, the judge said last night. (via Fortune)

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