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"New Apple products launched under CEO Tim Cook are dominating" Business Insider 7:57 AM
"Apple's AirPods are turning wireless earbuds into a computer for your ears: OK, they might look weird, but could earbuds become a key way of interacting with our computers?" ZDNet 7:50 AM
"Siri heads for a shake-up in the 'iPhone 8': With no home button on the new iPhone, something's got to give, and that something might just be your power button" The Guardian 7:53 AM
"Pulling Back the Curtain on Apple's Self-Driving Car Project: The tech titan had some pretty crazy ideas, but it's now more focused on the technology inside a driverless vehicle." The Motley Fool 8:14 AM
"Apple discontinues annual London music festival" AppleInsider 6:00 PM
"Siri calls Coast Guard to help save girl stranded in Hurricane Harvey" iMore 9:51 AM
"Sold: which is the most traded smartphone in Dubai? The Apple iPhone is the most traded smartphone in Dubai with more than 1,000 put up for sale on Dubizzle, according to latest figures from the classified ads website." Arabian Business 8:16 AM
"Apple pulls ProTube from App Store following complaints by Google's YouTube" AppleInsider 10:29 AM
"Tinder tops Apple App Store with new feature" BBC 8:02 AM
"Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs flip-flops on the Newton" Cult of Mac 8:02 AM
"Huawei hopes for edge over Apple Inc" China.org 9:19 PM
"Sweden's game revenue hit $1.54 billion in 2016" VentureBeat 3:18 PM
"You can now pay for fried chicken by just scanning your face" Mashable 10:29 AM
"A New Algorithm Will Allow Smartwatches to Learn and Monitor Your Every Move" Futurism 8:16 AM
"Elon Musk says AI could lead to third world war" The Guardian 10:31 AM
"Elon Musk warns that vying for AI superiority could lead to WW3" TechCrunch 8:40 AM
"'Apple's OLED iPhone specs not yet finalized': Korean parts suppliers for Apple's first OLED iPhone are said to have started their shipments just recently, hinting at the phone's delayed launch no earlier than November. ... 'Apple has not yet informed us the exact supply volume as it was still fine-tuning hardware specifications for the OLED iPhone until last week,' he added." The Investor 8:12 AM
"U.S. stock futures drop after North Korea test, as traders take Labor Day break: U.S. stock-index futures fell Monday, with analysts blaming the drop on renewed worries about North Korea after the isolated nation conducted its largest-ever nuclear test." MarketWatch 11:47 AM
"Stocks Fall, Safe Havens Swell on North Korea Nuclear Test: Investors moved into haven assets and sold stocks following North Korea's largest-ever nuclear test, prompting U.S. President Donald Trump to denounce the country as a hostile rogue nation." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:27 AM
"Korea's Kopsi leads Asian stocks lower after North Korea's nuclear test: Investors moved into haven assets and sold stocks in Asian trading Monday, but reactions were measured to North Korea's largest-ever nuclear test." MarketWatch 7:26 AM
"European stocks break 3-day win streak after North Korea tests its nuclear arsenal: European stock markets dropped across the board Monday, with so-called risk assets rattled after North Korea conducted a nuclear bomb test and was said to be preparing for a possible launch of another intercontinental ballistic missile." MarketWatch 11:44 AM
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