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Craig Federighi

Apple disabled News app in China

Many iPhone users are surprised when they could not access Apple News app in mainland China when they were able to use it in many places around the world. Granted that the said app is being tested in the United Kingdom and Australia, still the app is prevented by Chinese censorship from being activated.

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Samsung

Samsung may tap $55B cash reserves for share buyback

With discouraging response towards the new Galaxy smartphone, Samsubg's share price continued to move down in the market. Samsung's stock was trading 13 percent lower this year so far. Already Samsung's market capitalization dropped by $25 billion following lukewarm sales of S6 and Note 5 devices.

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Tim Cook

Latest Mac OS, The El Capitan is here

Just a few weeks after releasing the latest iOS update the iOS 9, Apple released an upgrade to the latest Mac operating system, the OS X El Capitan. The latest upgrade contains many new feature that users have been waiting for including an important security update since cyber-attack is on the rise lately.

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Apple Inc. To Unveil iPhone 6S And Apple TV

Sprint is offering iPhone 6S at $1 per Month

Sprint's CEO, Marcelo Claure keeps the iPhone price war between its company and T-Mobile continue with its latest $1 per month plan. The new deal offered is another attempt by Claure to help Sprint recover from its 7 years losing streak. Sprint offer $1 per month for the new 16 GB iPhone 6S and $5 per month for 16 GB iPhone 6S Plus.

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iOS 9

Apple just released iOS 9.0.1 to fix the "Slide to Upgrade" bug

Apple just released iOS 9.0.1 to fix their major "Slide to Upgrade" bug issue that over half of its users are experiencing after its iOS 9 update. Affected users can get the update by connecting their iPhone, iPad, and iPod to the iTunes on their computer and perform a force restart of their device.

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Microsoft

Microsoft makes Office 2016 available worldwide

New versions of Microsoft Office apps are out. Subscribers to Microsoft's cloud-based subscription service Office 365 may now download the new apps, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Updated versions of Outlook, OneNote, Project, Visio, and Access are also available.

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iPhone 6

Everything that you needed to know about iPhone 6S Plus

Reviews about the new iPhone 6S are all over the internet, and most are ridiculously impressed with the advancements of the device. From its 3D touch to its iOS9, it seems everything has changed for Apple's flagship device.

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Phil Schiller

Apple's iOS App Store Gets Invaded By 'XcodeGhost'

Recently, Apple has been having problems with the iOS download leaving iPhone devices to crash and Apple fans deeply frustrated. Some were lucky enough to get the new operating system, but others were unfortunate.

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Samsug Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

Apple wins patent infringement case but Samsung is likely affected

The federal court ordered Samsung to halt older version of its smartphones for breaching Apple's patent. It was found that Samsung was guilty of copyright infringement filed by Apple. But the features included in the case were no longer used by Samsung.

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Phil Schiller

Apple iOS, praised and criticized at the same time

While the new operating system of Apple is being praised, it is also being criticized by those annoyed iPhone users whose devices crashed and were not able to upload it. Tech analysts blame it to overloading due to the simultaneous uploading of Apple fans who cannot wait to try the promising features of iOS 9.

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Rose Gold iPhone

Rose Gold iPhone makes its debut

Apple has recently launched the new phone with much cacophony with a built-in new camera and pressure-sensitive display. The only thing which is new to the eye is its very pink rose gold colour and tiny "S" on the back, as reported by the Independent news.

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Apple TV

Apple TV Shows Promise, but It Still Doesn't Change the Way People Watch TV

Apple launched the new Apple TV during its big product even in San Francisco Wednesday, showing a lot of promise with the Siri remote; but critics believe it still hasn't "cracked the code" in ultimately changing the way people watch TV.

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Jeff Bezos

Amazon to Release $50 Tablet This Holiday as it Struggles to Sell Pricier Devices

Amazon.com, Inc. plans to drop a new tablet worth $50 as it has struggled drawing customers to its pricier devices. The said tablet is said to be rolled out this holiday.

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Apple iPhones

Dominant Apple gets a big bite in the market share pie

Apple once again proved to be the leader in the getting the highest sales for smartphones in the U.S. market. comScore, a digital media analytics, reported that Apple's iPhone continue to leave its competitors behind having a 44.2% of all American smartphone users with an increase of 1.1% from 43.1% it held in April of this year.

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Huawei

Smart watch war: Huawei versus Apple Watch

Make way for the arrival of Huawei Watch on September 17 at Best Buy, GetHuawei.com, Amazon and Google Store in the U.S. The price starts at $349, and pre-orders begin September 2.

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