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November 12, 2012
08:32 EDTTM, AAPL, MSFTToyota tech exec cautious on Apple's push into cars, Business Insider says
Toyota's (TM) top technology executive in North America, Zack Hicks, was cautious on the prospects for Apple's (AAPL) foray into car technology, which would give auto makers an alternative to technology that Microsoft (MSFT) has been offering for years, according to Business Insider. Reference Link
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September 19, 2014
08:11 EDTAAPLTriQuint chip among those in iPhone 6 Plus, iFixit reports
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08:03 EDTAAPLInvenSense, NXP, RF Micro chips included in iPhone 6, iFixit reports
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06:43 EDTAAPLYouTube spending more money on original content, Re/code reports
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06:33 EDTAAPLTELUS announces iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus available in stores
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06:22 EDTAAPLGoogle planning to encrypt phone data in Android, Washington Post reports
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September 18, 2014
16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; September 18, 2014
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15:22 EDTAAPLBroadcom appears to be WiFi chip provider for Apple Watch, Chipworks says
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15:07 EDTTMHonda to price upcoming fuel cell vehicle similar to Toyota, Nikkei reports
Honda's (HMC) upcoming fuel cell vehicle will be priced similar to Toyota's (TM), with a range of approximately $63,000-$73,000, Nikkei says. Both companies will be relying on government subsidies to give consumers an incentive to purchase the new vehicles. Reference Link
13:05 EDTTMToyota announces recall of 20K vehicles, model years 2014, 2015
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12:44 EDTMSFTMicrosoft laying off 2,100 employees today, company tells CNBC
12:37 EDTMSFTMicrosoft lays off 2,100 employees, Seattle Times reports
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09:36 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open according to Track Data: AAPL YHOO TWTR VVUS RAD PWE WFM TSLA PIR SHLD
08:46 EDTAAPLApple patent points to development of bone conducting EarPods, AppleInsider says
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07:29 EDTAAPLApple, U2 collaborate on digital format to up music-buying, Time says
Apple and U2 are collaborating on a new project to develop a digital music format which will increase music purchases and fairly compensate artists, reported Time. Reference Link
07:26 EDTAAPLGartner: Smartwatch market ready to expand, poised for takeoff, DigiTimes says
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06:55 EDTAAPLApple launches new iOS 8 phones with 'kill switch'
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon revealed that new iPhones sold with iOS 8 will include Apple’s theft deterrent system, Activation Lock, as a default setting. This marks the first time in the history of the smartphone industry that theft deterrent technology is available by default on new products. In addition to being standard on the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, newly-sold iPhones will also prompt users to upgrade to iOS 8. Additionally, the new operating system can also be installed on most previous models of iPhones. As co-chairs of the Secure Our Smartphone, or S.O.S. Initiative, Attorney General Schneiderman and District Attorney Gascon led the effort to call on the wireless industry to address the global rise in smartphone thefts. The ultimate goal of SOS is for every mobile device to have a “kill switch” on by default. A default solution is imperative because it ensures that the device will be worthless to thieves. Reference Link
06:40 EDTAAPLApple wants to sell 50M Apple Watches in 2015, DigiTimes reports
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06:27 EDTAAPLReport says one iPhone 6 Chinese license approved, Reuters says
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05:40 EDTAAPLApple says will never allow government access to servers
Apple launched a website dedicated to privacy with a message from its CEO Tim Cook. The message stated in part, "We don’t build a profile based on your email content or web browsing habits to sell to advertisers. We don’t ‘monetize’ the information you store on your iPhone or in iCloud. And we don’t read your email or your messages to get information to market to you. Our software and services are designed to make our devices better. Plain and simple...Finally, I want to be absolutely clear that we have never worked with any government agency from any country to create a backdoor in any of our products or services. We have also never allowed access to our servers. And we never will."
05:34 EDTMSFTInfosys expands partnership with Microsoft
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