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People are freaking out after Apple killed off an important part of its music app (AAPL)

Apple rolled out an update to its iPhone music app this week as part of the launch of the company's new music-streaming service, Apple Music. But it turns out that the update didn't just add Apple Music: Apple Insider reports that it also removed a key feature. Show More Summary

Hey, look — the company that is supposed to kill Apple just hit a wall (AAPL)

Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi announced that it sold 34.7 million smartphones in the first half of 2015, a 33% gain. While it tried to frame the news as a positive, the truth is that it's worrisome for the company. As you can see in this chart above from Quartz, Xiaomi sales have flatlined on a sequential basis. Show More Summary

A tiny change to a LinkedIn profile has fueled a ton of speculation about Jony Ive's future at Apple (AAPL)

Harper Alexander, a key aide to Apple's newly-promoted Chief Design Officer Johnny Ive, updated his LinkedIn profile this week to indicate that he is no longer working for the senior executive, 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman reports. Ive was previously senior vice president of design and has since been promoted to chief design officer. Show More Summary

Apple has a surprisingly old-fashioned way for you to request songs on its new Beats 1 radio station (AAPL)

Apple launched its new online radio station Beats 1 last week, with music playlists curated by DJs including Zane Lowe and Julie Adenuga, and musical guests like Elton John and Drake. But, as Apple Insider points out, what many listeners may not know is that they can request songs to be played on the station too. Show More Summary

Apple has filed a patent for a new feature that could kill off third-party payment apps (AAPL)

Apple Pay is missing one essential feature that it needs to stop people using other mobile payments apps: person to person transactions. But it looks like Apple is planning to change that. The company just filed a new patent that will...Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, FB, TWTR, MSFT, HPQ)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know going into the weekend. 1. People are saying that Facebook is considering buying Twitter. But that doesn't make much sense, because Facebook's previous acquisitions — Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus — all had big growth potential at the time. 2. Show More Summary

The 11 best new iPhone and Android apps you might have missed recently (AAPL, GOOG)

There are so many iPhone and Android apps out there today that it's almost impossible to keep track of all the newcomers. Luckily, we've collected the best apps of the past month so you can find something new to try out. This month features...Show More Summary

There's a lot of evidence that the next iPhone is going to have an incredible camera (AAPL)

A new document leaked by a supposed Foxconn employee, the company that builds the iPhone in China, was obtained by Apple Insider, and it reinforces rumors that the iPhone 6's successor may have a 12 megapixel camera, as well as 2 GB of RAM. Show More Summary

LEAKED: It looks like Apple hasn't given up on the iPod just yet (AAPL)

If you think Apple has abandoned the iPod, think again. New iPod colors are hidden in the latest version of iTunes, reports 9to5Mac. The images depict gold, dark blue, and dark pink versions of the iPod, which are all colors Apple currently doesn't offer. Show More Summary

People are freaking out after Apple killed off an important part of its music app (AAPL)

Apple rolled out an update to its iPhone music app this week, which supports the launch of its new music streaming service Apple Music. But it turns out that the update didn't just add Apple Music: 9to5Mac reports that it also removed a key feature. Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know today. 1. The iPhone 6S is going to be twice as fast as the iPhone 6. It could also have a longer battery life. 2. Snapchat is finally letting you tap once to view an image, rather than making you press down and hold on the screen. Show More Summary

Apple Music is really trying to replace what radio used to do — here's why (AAPL)

Most online music services rely on computer programs to recommend songs and build playlists. But Apple is placing a big bet on human editors with a strong knowledge and love of music. The idea is that these human editors, like the radio DJs of yesteryear, will help turn Apple Music into a great way to discover new music. Show More Summary

Does Pandora stand a chance against Apple Music? (AAPL, P)

Pandora has long been the most popular music streaming service. In a survey last year, it had a 31% market share in the U.S., while iTunes Radio by Apple had only 8%. A lot of that popularity came down to Pandora entering the market early. Show More Summary

Why I'm already hooked on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio (AAPL)

Even as a Zane Lowe fan, I was a tad skeptical of Apple doing a 24-hour radio station. The DJs hired to run the Beats 1 program are top notch, but there's still a lot that could go wrong. After listening to Apple Music's Beats 1 for for several hours on launch day, I can say that I'm genuinely impressed. Show More Summary

Here’s what everyone’s getting wrong about Apple Music on Sonos (AAPL)

Some people, including me, freaked out upon learning that Apple Music wouldn't work natively with Sonos wireless speakers — despite every other major music service having a Sonos integration — and we chalked it up to cold-hearted competitive machinations by Apple. Show More Summary

The iPhone 6S will be twice as fast as the iPhone 6 when using LTE, and it'll probably have better battery life too (AAPL)

You'll be able to download apps, music, and movies much faster on the upcoming iPhone 6S compared to the iPhone 6, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. His latest report suggests that a new chip inside Apple's next iPhone will significantly boost LTE performance — even doubling that of the iPhone 6. Show More Summary

Apple Watch demand is looking worse than expected (AAPL)

Apple Watch demand is worse than expected, says Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves. Here's Hargreaves in a new report: Store visits, Google search volume, third-party data and recent supply checks all suggest demand for Apple Watch has fallen sharply from initial levels. Show More Summary

David Cameron is going to try and ban encryption in Britain (AAPL)

David Cameron has signalled that he intends to ban strong encryption — putting the British government on a collision course with some of the biggest tech companies in the world. As reported by Politics.co.uk, the British Prime Minister reaffirmed his commitment to tackling strong encryption products in Parliament on Monday in response to a question. Show More Summary

Zane Lowe may have started a bidding war for this unsigned British band after launching Beats 1 with their new single (AAPL)

After a few false starts, former Radio 1 Zane Lowe launched Apple's 24/7 radio station Beats 1 with a song by British indie band Spring King. Lowe had previously played the track, "City," on Radio 1, and said that the team had kept coming back to it as they were building the new radio station. Show More Summary

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