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Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services. It is considered one of the Big Tech technology companies, alongside Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Facebook.

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Apple Glass Could Replace AirPods [Video]

Apple Glass Could Replace AirPods

Apple Glass Could Replace AirPods

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Why This Is The Worst Time To Buy A New Phone [Video]

Why This Is The Worst Time To Buy A New Phone

iPhone 12 expected to launch in the fall. Business Insider reports that this is the worst time to purchase a new iPhone. Insider said buyers should wait for the newest model that's expected to come..

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Trim exposure to Apple, Microsoft: strategist [Video]

Trim exposure to Apple, Microsoft: strategist

Crossmark Global Investments' Victoria Fernandez is still bullish about tech stocks, but she says investors should take some profits on the big names. She tells Reuters' Fred Katayama investors should..

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Virginia touts nation's first contact tracing app [Video]

Virginia touts nation's first contact tracing app

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam on Wednesday announced the first contact tracing app for the novel coronavirus in the United States that uses new technology from Apple and Alphabet's Google.

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Apple Updates 27-iMac [Video]

Apple Updates 27-iMac

Apple Updates 27-iMac

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Apple Downgraded By BoA [Video]

Apple Downgraded By BoA

On Wednesday, Bank of America analysts downgraded Apple, Inc. To BoA, Apple's surging stock price doesn't present the strong risk-reward profile it once did. BoA downgraded Apple to "neutral" in a..

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Buffett's Apple Stake Triples In Value [Video]

Buffett's Apple Stake Triples In Value

Warren Buffett's investment in Apple has tripled in value to north of $100 billion. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway spent about $35 billion to build the 5.7% stake in Apple The 10% rise in Apple's stock..

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Apple Hits Record High [Video]

Apple Hits Record High

Shares of Apple have surged as much as 5% to an intraday high of $446.55 per share on Monday. That continues a post-earnings rally for the tech company. The surge pushed Apple's market capitalization..

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Apple Tries Negotiating Rent In UK [Video]

Apple Tries Negotiating Rent In UK

Business Insider reports that Apple is trying to negotiate cheap rent for some of its retail locations in the UK. In some of its 38 stores across the UK, Apple is asking for a 50% rent reduction. It..

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Apple Announces 4-For-1 Stock Split [Video]

Apple Announces 4-For-1 Stock Split

Apple Announces 4-For-1 Stock Split

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Apple Is The World's Most Valuable Company [Video]

Apple Is The World's Most Valuable Company

On Thursday, Apple released a blockbuster earnings report. On Friday, Apple shares surged as much as 7%. Apple's market capitalization briefly overtook Saudi Aramco's on Friday, dethroning the oil..

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Top tech CEOs Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple told they 'have too much power' [Video]

Top tech CEOs Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple told they 'have too much power'

The four companies had to answer questions to determine whether they may simply be too bigView on euronews

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Trump: What Big Tech companies are doing is very bad [Video]

Trump: What Big Tech companies are doing is very bad

US president Donald Trump said "there is no question that what the Big Techcompanies are doing is very bad". His comments came as Congressional lawmakersbegan questioning the chief executive officers..

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U.S. lawmakers accuse Big Tech of crushing rivals [Video]

U.S. lawmakers accuse Big Tech of crushing rivals

Google and Facebook took particularly sharp jabs for alleged abuse of their market power from Democrats and Republicans on Wednesday in a much-anticipated congressional hearing that put four of..

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Big tech CEOs testify on companies' practices [Video]

Big tech CEOs testify on companies' practices

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google andTim Cook of Apple are testifying on their companies' practices before Congressin a year-long investigation into market..

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Scrutiny approached 'with respect and humility' -Tim Cook [Video]

Scrutiny approached 'with respect and humility' -Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook told a congressional hearing featuring the CEOs of four of America's largest tech firms, "I am here today because scrutiny is reasonable and appropriate. We approach this process..

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Oprah Winfrey To Premiere New Show On Apple TV+ [Video]

Oprah Winfrey To Premiere New Show On Apple TV+

Oprah is launching a new show on Apple TV+. The streaming service announced the new series which will feature the media mogul. "The Oprah Conversation" is scheduled to premiere on the streaming..

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Billie Eilish's Religious Past [Video]

Billie Eilish's Religious Past

Billie Elish spoke about her faith as a child during a recent episode of her Apple Music podcast "me & dad radio." "When I was little, like when I was a little kid, I was super religious for no damn..

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Apple starts assembling iPhone 11 units in India [Video]

Apple starts assembling iPhone 11 units in India

Tech giant Apple in collaboration with its contract manufacturing partner Foxconn has started the assembling of the iPhone 11 units in its plant near Chennai in India. According to TechCrunch, small..

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Alexa will soon launch Android, iOS apps through voice commands [Video]

Alexa will soon launch Android, iOS apps through voice commands

Amazon is currently working on a new feature for its voice assistant service Alexa which will allow the software to launch Android as well as iOS applications through voice commands. According to The..

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Apple Products Carbon-Neutral By 2030 [Video]

Apple Products Carbon-Neutral By 2030

Apple Products Carbon-Neutral By 2030

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Apple announces new features for Apple News [Video]

Apple announces new features for Apple News

Apple on Wednesday announced several new features for Apple News and Apple News+ which also includes a daily audio news briefing hosted by Apple News editors. "Apple is introducing several new features..

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You'll have to wait a little longer for a new phone, Apple's next iPhones to be delayed for 'several weeks'

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Lawmakers, United in Their Ire, Lash Out at Big Tech’s Leaders

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Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon go virtually to Washington: Big Tech CEOs questioned over antitrust concerns

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4 Big Tech CEOs draw scrutiny on Capitol Hill

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is joining a legal fight taking aim at the flimsy controls on Google's YouTube site that have turned him into an unwilling pawn in a scam believed to have heisted..
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Big Tech Has a Big Climate Problem. Now, It’s Being Forced to Clean Up.

Apple said on Tuesday its devices would produce net-zero emissions by 2030, making it the latest tech giant to ramp up voluntary climate targets.
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It's World Emoji Day: Apple reveals what upcoming characters will look like

Friday is World Emoji Day, and Apple used the annual unofficial holiday to unveil some of the little characters coming to iOS devices later this year.
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Business Leaders Urge Trump to Leave DACA Alone After Court Ruling

Executives with companies including Target, Apple, Google and Facebook warned the president that any actions related to DACA would disrupt the economy and affect the battle against the coronavirus.
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Although it shares a title with her major label debut album, Sara Bareilles says her new Apple TV+ series, "Little Voice," which stars Brittany O'Grady, is not autobiographical but "an amalgamation of..
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Apple re-closes more stores due to spikes in coronavirus cases. Is your store temporarily closed?

Apple is closing more stores again due to COVID-19 spikes including locations in Texas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.
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Are coronavirus contact tracing apps doomed to fail in America?

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Live blog: What you need to know from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference.

Apple conducts its Worldwide Developers Conference today. Our live blog tackles all the latest.
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Apple's WWDC, NASCAR, Disney World's resort hotels return: 5 things to know Tuesday

Apple kicks off its developer conference, controversy at a postponed NASCAR race and more you need to know Monday.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about George Floyd video, social change ahead of 31st annual WWDC

Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about the role smartphone cameras play in helping advance social progress, saying: "We put a camera in everybody's pocket."
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EU ready to go it alone on taxation of digital firms

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Attention Apple Card users: You can finance more new Apple devices interest-free

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The Economy Is Reeling. The Tech Giants Spy Opportunity.

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Apple's Tim Cook publishes open letter on racism, says company 'must do more'

In a letter published on Apple's website, CEO Tim Cook said his company 'must do more' to fight racism and promote diversity.
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Shopping reinvented: America's stores, malls reopen with masks, curbside pickup and closed fitting rooms

Apple, Best Buy, Kohl's and other stores follow Walmart and Target's blueprint for operating and reopening stores during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Apple and Google join forces on tech for app that could warn you of coronavirus exposure

Tech giants' software anonymizes smartphone data to help health agencies monitor COVID-19 spread
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Elderly home turns to wearables for contact tracing, sidestepping Apple-Google limits

When a senior living facility in Amarillo, Texas suspected a nurse may have caught the novel coronavirus this month, it had a list within five minutes of staff and residents the nurse could have..
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DOJ blasts Apple for not unlocking suspect's phone

The Department of Justice is sharply chastising Apple for not providing help in unlocking the phones of the gunman responsible for a deadly rampage last year at a Florida military base. It says that..
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Apple is reopening some stores this week: Expect to wear a mask, have temperature checked

Apple is reopening 25 stores this week. Customers must wear a face mask. If they don't have one, they will be given a free one before they can enter.
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Taiwan's TSMC announces $12 billion U.S. chip factory

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd, a major supplier to Apple Inc, announced on Friday it will build a $12 billion chip factory in Arizona, in what the company called a "strong partnership" with..
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Apple, Google will warn you if you've been exposed to COVID-19. Here's how.

Apple and Google give a first look at how public health apps will alert you if you've crossed paths with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
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Most Americans cannot or will not use COVID-19 contact tracing apps: poll

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Apple reportedly delaying production of its 2020 iPhones

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Germany flips to Apple-Google approach on smartphone contact tracing

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Germany flips on smartphone contact tracing, backs Apple and Google

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Coronavirus phone tracing by Apple and Google could help America reopen

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U.S. senator says Apple, Google need to show contact tracing will not violate privacy

Smartphone software makers Alphabet's Google and Apple will have to convince the public that any apps to help track who has been exposed to the new coronavirus will not lead to a violation of their..
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The home button is back: Apple unveils updated $399 version of iPhone SE with Touch ID

There's one lens on the back of the new affordable iPhone, but an upgrade allows users to shoot in the popular Portrait Mode, which blurs backgrounds.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Apple and Google are Building a Tool to Track the Contagion

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Apple, Google to harness phones for virus tracking

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