In a commencement speech at Hampton University, President Barack Obama seemed to pan the Apple iPod, the Apple iPad, and other devious gadgetry. But in the past, Obama has shown himself to be a genuine Apple fan.
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Beyoncé and Taylor Swift scoop up 18 nominations between them, but Whitney Houston is a surprising absence.