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Just in Time for Valentine Day, A New Kind of Hangman Gets Some Lovin from Apple

Tim Cook says Apple is considering bringing its software services to Android

Alphabet passes Apple to become most valuable traded U.S. company

Important Notice for Certain AC Wall Plug Adapters & World Travel Adapter Kit Customers

Apple Recalls Some AC Power Plugs That Could Break and Create Risk of Electrical Shock

Apple Reports Record First Quarter Results
iPhone, Apple Watch, Services & Apple TV Drive All-time Record Revenue
New Music Apps from Apple Transform iOS Devices into Handheld Studios for Songwriters & Beatmakers

Apple v. Samsung: Tech Powers Urge Top Court To Take Up Patent Feud
Tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Hewlett-Packard have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to take up Samsung's appeal of its patent loss to Apple over the copying of iPhone technology.
Record-Breaking Holiday Season for the App Store
App Store Has Now Paid Developers Nearly $40B and Continues to Drive Incredible Job Growth
Record-Breaking Holiday Season for the App Store
App Store Has Now Paid Developers Nearly $40B and Continues to Drive Incredible Job Growth  
Standzout Releasing Helix Dock for Apple Watch at CES 2016

Facebook to enable viewing of Apple animated Live Photos shots, but only on iPhone, iPad app

Apple Names Jeff Williams Chief Operating Officer

IBM Releases 100th IBM MobileFirst for iOS App in Partnership with Apple to Transform the Nature of Work
Made-for-business apps to embed cognitive capability
Hackers Likely To Target More Apple Devices in 2016
The Apple ecosystem has managed to avoid suffering from many of the worst cybercrimes and exploits over the years.
Apple Releases Swift as Open Source
Developer Contributions Will Help Make Swift Even Better and Available on More Platforms
Apple Releases Swift as Open Source
Developer Contributions Will Help Make Swift Even Better and Available on More Platforms
Apple Buys Visual Effects Firm Faceshift, Tech Used in Star Wars
Faceshift, a Zurich-based startup whose motion-capture technology is used in the coming Star Wars film, has been acquired by Apple for an undisclosed amount.
Apple Pay now Available in Canada for American Express Cardmembers

Epic 12.9-inch iPad Pro Available to Order Online Wednesday & Arrives in Stores Later This Week
iPad Pro Arrives in Over 40 Countries Including the US, UK, China & Japan
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