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    Why not? Apple isn't Microsoft. Apple can focus on catering to the creative pro market and build solutions for the backend. Not to mention if they have an enterprise offering its easier to get Mac desktops into the enterprise.  Apple could build enterprise tools that are easy to use for managing Mac's and iOS devices. Not to mention develop solutions for the education market where innovation is sorely needed (lecture capture, learning management systems, etc...)  Room...
  VMware is made up of a lot of ex-Apple talent (118)   http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-where-all-that-talent-leaving-apple-ends-up-2012-4?op=1   Perhaps something is afoot? Though, I'd like to see Apple gobble up the new Sun http://joyent.com   Maybe all this is a precursor to Apple's big entrance into enterprise.
"Keep your friends close and your enemies closer"
No not at all. Apple hasn't been working on wearable computing.   Richard Devaul Joins Apple http://blogs.computerworld.com/15750/apple_hires_senior_prototype_engineer_for_work_on_wearable_computers   Richard Devaul leaves Apple, Joins Google http://9to5google.com/2011/06/24/wearables-expert-ridard-devaul-jumps-ship-from-apple-to-google/   Google Poaches Simon Prakash From Apple to Work with Sergey...
Well I'm still running Snow Leopard on 4 monitors and it works pretty well. No intention of going to Lion or Mountain Lion any time soon. Not a fan of all the iOS features that Apple is bringing over. iOS GUI and Mac OS X GUI should be separate. In any case what issues did you experience?  
I prefer using a combination of MegaZoomer and Cinch versus Apple's implementation of full screen mode. Both are a lot more flexible and work on multiple displays.    Not sure why Apple didn't just go this route.
Hopefully Tony Fadell would return if Apple were to acquire Nest as well.
Microsoft Surface. WHO CARES!!! Nothing new. Moving along. Its an iPad + Bluetooth keyboard but with a crappy UI.   The only true competitor was WebOS till HP backed out.
I'm pretty sure Aliph (Jawbone) or Plantronics have patents related to noise cancellation. Apple could easily snatch one up. While they're at it, Apple could purchase Wacom  to combat Microsofts purchase of Perceptive Pixel.
Too bad Apple didn't buy Sun when they had the chance. They could always snatch up Joyent (its made up largely of ex-Sun engineers) as its pretty much in the same area Up There is targeting.
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