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News and Articles About Apple
Here Are the First 24 Apple Watch Apps
Apple has started approving third-party apps for its smartwatch. Twitter made the first cut. Facebook did not.
Apple's Tim Cook on Leadership: 'The Most Important Data Points Are People'
Cook, who took over for Steve Jobs in 2011, stresses that CEOs need to make swift decisions.
Encryption on iPhones, Facebook Apparently 'Petrified' the NSA
Stronger encryption has made it significantly more difficult for the U.S. government to spy on communications.
Apple TV Could (Finally) Be Ready to Launch by Fall
Company aims to pitch a 'skinny bundle' of popular channels for $30 to $40 a month
5 Reasons I'm Not Sold on the Apple Watch
A self-proclaimed "huge supporter of the brand" won't be waiting on line for the buzzed-about product.
Most Americans Say They're Not Interested in Buying an Apple Watch
A Reuters/Ipsos poll indicates that the new smartwatch not on shopping list for 69 percent of people in the U.S.
SXSW: Self-Driving Audi to Make First Coast-to-Coast U.S. Drive
The 3,500-mile trip will be unmanned and launched by Delphi, the automotive supplier.
Tim Cook Reveals the Sectors Apple Wants to Conquer Next
Looking to the future, Cook says that work within the health-care sector may be one of Apple's biggest opportunities of all.
Microsoft's Digital Assistant Cortana Possibly Headed to Android, Apple Devices
The tech giant is giving Cortana a boost with research from an artificial intelligence project called 'Einstein.'
Former Apple CEO John Sculley: You Learn From Your Mistakes, Not Your Successes
Failure hurts, but it often provides an invaluable learning opportunity.
Developers Say Making a 'Killer App' for the Apple Watch Won't Be Easy
Few have seen the product and the software is still in test mode.
Apple Will Constantly Remind iPhone Owners to Buy an Apple Watch
The tech company has installed a delete-proof advertisement on the latest version of iOS.
CIA Sought to Hack Apple iPhones for Nearly a Decade
Top-secret documents suggest U.S. government researchers created a version of Apple's application development tool to create surveillance backdoors into programs distributed on the App Store.
With ResearchKit, Apple Wants to Use Your iPhone For Medical Research
The opt-in program allows iPhone owners to participate in a number of medical research studies and creates new opportunities for startups.
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