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New iPhones, similar talk-and-surf limit

Apple's iPhone 6 models offer some new calling tricks, but they have the same old limitation on talking and surfing in some situations. Just as is the case with older Read More →

Apple denies Beats Music shutdown, but other changes may be coming

Contradicting a report from Tech Crunch, Apple said Monday it's not shuttering its recently acquired Beats Music service. But that doesn't mean that the iPhone maker doesn't have other changes planned for the subscription song company. Citing unnamed sources, Tech Crunch Read More →

Alibaba, and the monopoly effect

Alibaba's blockbuster IPO last week is a reminder that Chinese tech firms have a distinct advantage as they become more global. Called the eBay and Amazon of China, Alibaba is poised to move into global markets, as are the two other Read More →

What’s next for FWD.us after departure of its president?

The resignation last week of Joe Green as the head of FWD.us, the pro-immigration reform group, did not come as a surprise, and it calls into question the future of the organization started by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. As Read More →

Google eases up on Google+ push

Is a recent move by Google a hint at its social network's future? The company is no longer requiring new Gmail users to sign up for Google+. In a statement to the Telegraph, Google said the "signup experience" was Read More →

Apple sold 10 million units of iPhone 6, 6 Plus in first weekend

Apple sold more than 10 million units of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus as the gadgets debuted this past weekend, the company said Monday. The sales figures, which mark a new record for Apple, came as little surprise after a Read More →
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