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Apple to start letting people fix their own iPhones

Apple on Wednesday said it will begin allowing people to fix gadgets they buy from the Silicon Valley giant in a concession seen as...

Apple Pay comes to Costa Rica

Apple Pay has arrived in Costa Rica through four of the country’s banks. BAC Credomatic, Banco de Costa Rica (BCR), Promérica and Scotiabank all support...

Google, Apple contact tracing enabled in Costa Rica

Costa Rica will enable exposure notifications, a service developed by Google and Apple that uses mobile phones to identify alert an individual if they have been exposed to Covid-19.

The technology at the heart of the Apple-FBI debate, explained

What if the FBI could force Samsung to covertly turn on the video camera in your smart TV? Or force Google to deliver a malicious security update to your web browser which actually spied on you and transmitted your passwords and other sensitive information back to the FBI?

Apple unveils streaming music, improvements to iPhones, Watch software

SAN FRANCISCO, California — Apple unveiled on Monday a new subscription service, simply called "Apple Music," to compete with Spotify, Pandora and other services that are quickly redefining how consumers buy and listen to music.

Innovation is the new black: 3 pitfalls for businesses to avoid

Innovation, the process behind the shiny outcome, doesn't produce results right away. Companies must have the stomach and the patience to let that process take place.

Apple working to complete streaming music deal with record labels before June 8

Labels are pushing to get a larger chunk of revenue than they receive under their current deals with Spotify, a competing streaming service, people familiar with the negotiations said. Both sides want to complete a deal before Apple's June 8 annual event in San Francisco for more than 5,000 developers.

Apple quarterly profit soars on iPhone sales

NEW YORK – Apple on Monday reported a 33-percent rise in its quarterly profit, lifted by robust sales of its iPhones and a jump in revenue from China. The California tech giant said profit rose to $13.6 billion, lifted by sales of 61 million iPhones in the first three months of the year.

Apple releases Apple Watch, new supersized iPhones with payment system

For $349, it will be able to unlock doors at Starwood hotels next year.

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