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Monday, March 27, 2017
Checked 1:30 AM; Last Updated 9:20 PM CDT; 02:20 GMT


  • "Apple Continues to Be DJIA's Best Performing Stock of 2017" 24/7 Wall St. 8:22 AM
  • "JOHN DALY: Apple's core product key to realisation of $1tn dream" Examiner 9:21 PM
  • "Government working on options for duty sops sought by Apple" The Economic Times 8:29 AM
  • "Govt working on Apple demand on tax and duty concessions" The Asian Age 8:30 AM
  • "Apple's next big thing: augmented reality" The Gazette 9:12 PM
  • "Apple Buys Powerful Automation App Workflow" Nasdaq 6:51 PM
  • "Apple Music execs say Beats 1 is 'the biggest radio station in the world'" 9to5Mac 1:47 PM
  • "WikiLeaks CIA Update: Apple's Claims That Hacking Tools Are Outdated Is False, Whistleblower Site Says" International Business Times 6:51 PM
  • "iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Sales Ban Removed In China" UberGizmo 1:54 PM
  • "Apple Bites Back With iPhone Court Win in China" [Paid Membership Required] 8:32 AM
  • "Chinese court rules in favour of Apple in local design patent disputes"  Reuters 3/25
  • "Beijing court overturns ruling that said iPhone 6 copied design of Chinese phone" 9to5Mac 3/25
  • "Exclusive: How Drake and Apple Music broke streaming records with More Life"  The Verge 3/25
  • "Apple says recent Wikileaks CIA docs detail old, fixed iPhone and Mac exploits"  TechCrunch 3/24
  • "Apple Does Not Negotiate With Wikileaks... For CIA Hack Info: Apple issued a strong statement on Friday after Wikileaks released a handful of documents about Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) malware for iPhones and Macs, saying it was all old material that the Cupertino giant had addressed. But it also issued the toughest statement yet from a tech firm on Wikileaks' demands about how they address the vulnerabilities it claims to have exposed, saying it hadn't negotiated with Julian Assange's organization."  Forbes 3/24
  • "Apple says CIA's arsenal of iPhone and Mac exploits is outdated" BGR 3/24
  • "Small Sample of iCloud Credentials Provided By Hackers Are Valid, But Questions Remain"  MacRumors 3/24
  • "Report verifies some iCloud credentials held by hacker group as valid" AppleInsider 3/24
  • "iPad Optics: The iPad has an installed base of over 300 million. This is a far larger audience than that of the Mac (which has somewhere between 100 million and 150 million). And whereas the iPad acquired this audience in about 7 years, the Mac took 33 years."  asymco 3/24