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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, October 14, 2018


  • "Apple buys music analytics company Asaii"  Reuters 8:59 PM
  • "Apple acquires music analytics startup Asaii" Axios 9:00 PM
  • "Devialet severs ties with Apple after 'disappointing sales'" Telegraph 6:59 AM
  • "Apple is using backpacks to collect map data in San Francisco: It's using a Google-like strategy to collect more accurate info." Engadget 7:04 AM
  • "Angela Ahrendts, the 'non-techie' who runs Apple Retail, joined Apple on October 14, 2013: In 2013, the ex-CEO of fashion house Burberry became the third person to head Apple's crucial retail operation for both online and physical stores. AppleInsider talks about why she was hired and what she's done in the five years since." AppleInsider 8:27 AM
  • "Apple pushes back against 'dangerously ambiguous' encryption bill: Government assurances on encryption haven't persuaded iPhone maker" PCWorld Australia 5:02 PM
  • "Apple asks Australian government not to demand weaker encryption for the iPhone" phoneArena 8:40 PM
  • "Patent exhaustion keeps Qualcomm on the run from Apple's claims and motions"  Foss Patents 6:17 PM
  • "The new smartphone patents battlemap (Infographic featuring Apple, Huawei, Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung)" Foss Patents 6:17 PM
  • "Some cities are pushing back when Apple tries to open new retail stores"  BGR 10/13
  • "Apple fires back at Australian encryption bill: It calls the legislation 'dangerously ambiguous.'"  Engadget 10/13
  • "Apple to Australia: 'This is no time to weaken encryption'/Apple underscores that access for only good guys is 'a false premise.'" Ars Technica 10/13
  • "Apple says decryption should 'alarm every Australian': The security weaknesses and spying it could be forced to do." iTNews Australia 10/13
  • "What developers say Apple needs to do to make the Apple TV a gaming console: Despite strong hardware and infrastructure for games, it remains niche at best."  Ars Technica 10/13
  • "2 Reasons Apple's In-House Chip Efforts Are a Huge Asset: Apple's bet on vertical integration is paying off."  The Motley Fool 10/13