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Apple shares hit all time high of $141.46 ahead of rumoured product launch

Apple shares hit all time high of $141.46 ahead of rumoured product launch

Apple is expected to unveil the new iPad Pro lineup, a larger iPhone SE model with 128GB storage and new Apple Watch bands this week.

Apple's News launched in the UK with iOS 9.1 update

Apple's News launched in the UK with iOS 9.1 update

Battling with Google and Facebook to get a larger share of online news reading segment, Apple has entered the fray with Apple News.

Apple to release redesigned OS X next month: Report

The new look will reportedly take design cues from last year's radical rethink of iOS, but the aesthetic changes will not change the fundamentals of OS X.

Google says it never copied iPhone features for Android

The executive made the statement during testimony in the Apple v. Samsung patent-infringement trial.

In smartphone mass-market, Samsung, Apple have margins on their minds

The Beijing campaign will recruit over 1,500 volunteers to serve a one-year term across 21 hospitals in the capital, Xinhua reported, citing another city official Wei Jiang.

Apple document says 'consumers want what we don't have'

Apple has been struggling to keep up with Android phones while determining ways to keep iPhone sales up.

Apple in talks with Comcast for streaming-TV service: WSJ

The discussions are in early stages and there are a lot of hurdles to be crossed before a definitive agreement could be reached, the Journal said.

Apple shares fall after muted iPhone sales

The world`s most valuable technology company had lost $43 billion of its market capitalization - more than the entire market value of Twitter Inc - at the stock`s intra-day low of $502.07.

US fires back at Apple bid to thwart e-book monitor

Apple failed to show it would be "irreparably harmed" by complying with the court order or with the monitor, according to the judge.

US Department of Justice wants Apple's request to get rid of antitrust monitor denied

However, Apple had claimed that the monitor, Michael Bromwich , had been charging a hefty fee and being over intrusive in his investigations, more than what he was empowered with.

Microsoft more 'trusted' than Apple: Study

According to a study conducted by Forrester, true rankings about brands across four criterions, trusted, remarkable, unmistakable, and essential, was measured.

Apple acquires mapping, note-taking companies

The tech giant has purchased BroadMap, which specializes in managing and analyzing mapping data, an area where Apple has struggled with in the past.

Google had to 'start over' Android after iPhone launch in 2007

According to Mashable, Google engineer Chris DeSalvo said that as soon as Steve Jobs revealed the iPhone to the world, he knew the Android team would need to 'start over'.

Apple removes censorship bypass app on Chinese orders: Developers

The FreeWeibo app is intended to allow users to read sensitive postings on Sina Weibo, a Chinese equivalent of Twitter, that have been censored and deleted, one of its designers said.

How Apple punishes you for ditching iPhone revealed!

According to, often the iMessages sent to an 'ex- iPhone owner' do not reach their new devices because when the tech giant's exclusive messaging service is used it is solely for the Apple owners and not the respective service provider.

Apple, Microsoft may 'merge' in next 5-10 years

Money Map Press ' Keith Fitz-Gerald in his interview with Fox Business' Stuart Varney said that if one looks at what the world wants and what it needs, there is no option but to continue with technology and the tech market is going to be good in the near future.

Apple may enter new product categories: Tim Cook

Cook said that Apple has unique skills in terms of hardware, software and services, which can be used in building other great products in different categories, in which the tech giant isn't part of today, Mashable reports.

Samsung extends smartphone lead over Apple: Survey

The worldwide smartphone market saw record sales in the quarter, with growth of 38.8 percent from a year ago and 258.4 million units sold, the IDC survey said.

Taiwan complains to Apple over "China province" tag

"It does not fit with the reality," Kelly Hsieh, the head of the foreign ministry's Department of North American Affairs, told reporters.

Apple should make 'big-name acquisitions', suggests former head

Sculley, who was the CEO of Apple between 1983-1993, said that if, for example, Apple buys eBay, it could shift the whole landscape of e-commerce.