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  • Apple unveils Apple Watch, iPhone 6 and Apple Pay

    Apple Inc. unveiled its long-rumored Apple Watch, the tech giant's first new device in four years, in a gala event on Tuesday amid a raft of product announcements that also included two new iPhones and a mobile payment system. Apple CEO Tim Cook...
  • Apple reports record 10 million iPhone 6, 6 Plus models sold

    Apple reports record 10 million iPhone 6, 6 Plus models sold
    For Apple Inc., bigger iPhones meant bigger sales. The company said Monday that it sold more than 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models over the weekend, breaking a company record. The three-day total beat Apple's previous record, set a year ago, when...
  • Can the iPhone 6 pass the toilet test?

    By now the iPhone 6, named for the six mile line of customers waiting to purchase it, has hit Apple stores around the country. And, as with previous versions, I am watching from the sidelines, unwilling to convert until someone confirms the presence of...
  • FX Video Service Launches on Apple TV, But Some Pay-TV Subscribers Are Left Out

    FX Networks' authenticated-video service has launched for Apple TV set-tops, providing access to full episodes and movies from FX, FXX and FXM channels -- but not everyone will be able to log in. With the addition of the FXNow service, Apple TV users...
  • Apple: iPhone 6 Pre-Orders Topped Record 4 Million in First 24 Hours

    Unprecedented demand for Apple's larger-screen iPhone 6 and iPhone Plus drove more than 4 million orders for the new smartphones in the first 24 hours -- a record that depleted its inventory, the tech giant said Monday. But many customers will have to...
  • Mitch Albom: Musician shows the true meaning of free

    The esteemed guitar player kept strumming in the rain. His audience was around 30 people, down from the hundreds who had come to see him before the storm hit. "What else?" he yelled, smiling. Someone called a song. He began crooning. "I've got you...
  • Jepsen Questions Apple On Privacy Protections Of New Apple Watch

    Jepsen Questions Apple On Privacy Protections Of New Apple Watch
    State Attorney General George Jepsen said Monday that he has written to Apple Inc.'s chief executive officer, Tim Cook, to request a meeting on his concerns about whether the technology giant will protect the privacy of purchasers of the Apple Watch...
  • The Race Too Early to Call: Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast

    The more data that emerges regarding the streaming video player category, the less clear it is just who is on top. The latest sprinkling of data points carefully designed to make a company look robust without actually revealing too much came from Roku...
  • Apple permitirá a usuarios borrar disco de U2 en iTunes

    Apple permitirá a usuarios borrar disco de U2 en iTunes
    WASHINGTON - El gigante informático Apple permitirá finalmente que los usuarios eliminen el disco de la banda irlandesa U2 de sus bibliotecas, ante las quejas expresadas por algunos consumidores que criticaban que fuese ubicado de manera automática en las...
  • Google Chromecast Brings Disney Channels, Twitch, iHeartRadio and DramaFever to TVs

    Google's Chromecast streaming-media dongle for HDTVs has added support for three Disney cable nets -- as well as videogame webcaster Twitch, music streaming service iHeartRadio and DramaFever -- as the race to bring more content to TVs continues apace....
  • What's the problem for which Apple Pay is the solution?

    The late, great social critic Neil Postman used to pose a question that had to be asked whenever a new technology appeared in the marketplace: "What is the problem to which this is the solution?" It was a rigged question, of course, because more often...