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Daily update ⋅ October 20, 2015
Apple bans hundreds of iPhone apps that secretly gathered personal info
Apple has removed hundreds of apps from the iTunes App Store that secretly collected personal information from anyone who downloaded them.
Hundreds of apps have been banned from Apple's App Store for spying on your personal information - Business Insider
The new Apple TV: What we don't know
Apple unveiled its new Apple TV streaming device in early September. The biggest change: It will now feature its own app store, including games.
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Massive Change' Is Coming to the Auto Industry
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the automotive industry is at the precipice of "massive change" — though he stopped short of saying whether the ...
AMD: Radeon Inside New Apple iMac 5K Retina 2015 Computers
Apple lost share in US ahead of iPhone 6S, but gained in China
Apple Issues Free Repairs for MacBooks With Stained Retina Displays
Apple will be providing free repairs and refunds for MacBook and MacBook Pro users whose Retina displays have been worn out or delaminated.
Apple poached top automotive engineers from an electric motorcycle startup — killing it in the ...
Apple car Brian Kersey/Getty ImagesA non-Apple car drives by the new Apple Store on October 21, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois.
Apple Maps transit directions now include popular Amtrak routes
Apple has added popular Amtrak routes including the Acela Express, Northeast Regional, Pennsylvanian, Maple Leaf, and others to the mass transit ...
WARF wins patent infringement lawsuit against Apple
A federal jury has found that Apple infringed a patent owned by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation for an invention that significantly improves ...
Drake Releases New 'Hotline Bling' Video On Apple Music
Apple To Pay 234 Million Dollars Over Infringement Suit
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