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Please don't drill a hole into your iPhone 7 (AAPL)

The iPhone 7 doesn't have a headphone port, which means you have to use special headphones or an adapter. This should go without saying, but there's no headphone jack hidden inside your phone. So if you drill into your phone, you're just going to ruin it. Show More Summary

THE SMARTWATCH REPORT: Forecasts, adoption trends, and why the market isn't living up to the hype (AAPL, FIT, GOOG)

When they first broke onto the scene, smartwatches were touted as the next generation of devices set to transform consumers’ lives. And brands, service providers, and the healthcare segment were ready to capitalize on their “always on” nature, which promised to provide greater insight into consumer habits. Show More Summary

Why I'm Getting Long Apple -- The Most Underrated Name In Tech

I consider myself an early adopter of technology, and when it comes to Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), I'd say I'm borderline obsessive. In fact, my obsession goes back to the early 1980s, when I first

The 'Apple of China' just released phones with technology rumored to be in the next iPhone (AAPL)

The "Apple of China" just came out with two phones with "embedded home buttons," a similar feature that's rumored to be in Apple's 2017 iPhones. On Tuesday, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi showcased the capacitive "ultrasonic" home buttons...Show More Summary

Here's why Amazon's new music ambitions should scare Apple and Spotify (AMZN, AAPL)

Amazon is readying its own separate music service to compete with Apple Music and Spotify, and “will release more details in the coming weeks,” according to Bloomberg, which cites a person with knowledge of the matter. The streamingShow More Summary

In The Week Ahead: 4 Major Factors Warn The Market Decline Isn't Over

Last week's stock market rebound was driven by an 11.4% weekly jump in Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), as iPhone 7 momentum picked up, lifting the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 2.9% for the week. The other major

If Apple built a car, here are the companies it would probably work with (AAPL)

Earlier this week, it came out that Apple was kicking the tires on buying an existing stake in McLaren, a British automotive company best known for making million-dollar supercars. A ton of Apple observers and stakeholders are taking...Show More Summary

Apple may be shopping for car companies, but Tesla shouldn't be on its list (TSLA, AAPL)

Last week, rumors circulated that Apple was investigating an investment in or an acquisition of British supercar maker and Formula 1 powerhouse McLaren. McLaren said that the reporting was off the mark, but it's obvious to anyone paying...Show More Summary

Apple iPhone 7 Promotions Could Diminish Customer Value at AT&T et. al.

You may have notice carriers have been rolling out the deals in North America for Apple’s (AAPL) new iPhone 7, with AT&T (T), T-Mobile US (TMUS), Sprint (S) and Verizon Communications (VZ) offering a variety of come-ons to lure awayShow More Summary

A high-level editor at a top tech blog secretly worked for Apple for months (AAPL)

A deputy editor at The Verge took a job at Apple while still employed at the tech blog, according to a note posted by The Verge's editor-in-chief Nilay Patel. On Friday, the news organization revealed that Chris Ziegler, a founding member...Show More Summary

Apple Dips: GfK Claims Europe iPhone 7 Sales Plunge Vs. iPhone 6

Apple’s iPhone 7, which went on sale September 16th. Apple Inc. Shares of Apple (AAPL) suddenly moved sharply lower in afternoon trading around 1:30 pm, Eastern time, apparently because of remarks being attributed to market research firm GfK indicating some decline in the performance of sales of the iPhone 7 in Europe. Show More Summary

Apple is sharply down after a research firm says iPhone 7 sales are down 25% (AAPL)

Apple is down about 2% during trading on Friday. The stock dropped sharply at about 1:30 PM ET. Apparently, a German research firm, GfK, issued a report based on "channel checks" suggesting that iPhone 7 exuberance was misplaced. People...Show More Summary

Weak iPhone 7 Sales Will Mean Problems For This Telecom Giant

Shares of Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) jumped more than 12% last week after telecom carriers reported stronger than expected preorders for the iPhone 7. Apple has said that it will break with tradition by not

Why Much of Asia Is Thankful for the Upcoming iPhone Release

There is a lot of pent-up demand for Apple’s (NYSE: AAPL) new iPhone 7 that just released. It’s the first new model in over two years (last year’s was just a tweaked version of the old one.) We can gauge the level of the pent-up demand by...

Apple just released a fix for its annoying Lightning headphones glitch (AAPL)

Apple has released its latest software update for iOS devices, version 10.0.2, which should resolve a glitch that momentarily prevented the physical controls on some Lightning-based audio devices from working after a certain period of...Show More Summary

This is a big sign Apple Music is acting like a record label (AAPL)

Apple just hired a former Epic Records executive who could help Apple Music double down on streaming exclusives. Scott Seviour, a former senior vice president at Epic Records, is joining Apple in Los Angeles to work on original content, according to his LinkedIn profile. Show More Summary

We might be getting closer to seeing Apple’s Amazon Echo killer (AAPL, AMZN)

Apple is working on a Siri-based smart home device that would rival Amazon’s Echo speaker, and the project has now entered the prototype phase, according to a new report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The report notes that, while Apple...Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (YHOO, FB, GOOG, AAPL, AMZN, MSFT, TSLA)

Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Friday. 1. Yahoo confirmed it suffered a major breach — and it could be the largest hack of all time. Yahoo said it believes that at least 500 million user account credentials were stolen. 2. Show More Summary

CHATBOTS EXPLAINED: Why businesses should be paying attention to the chatbot revolution (FB, AAPL, GOOG)

Advancements in artificial intelligence, coupled with the proliferation of messaging apps, are fueling the development of chatbots — software programs that use messaging as the interface through which to carry out any number of tasks,...Show More Summary

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