Apple’s iPhones Power Revenue, Earnings – Wall Street Journal


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Apple's iPhones Power Revenue, Earnings
Wall Street Journal
Apple Inc. AAPL 0.20% delivered its best-ever revenue for what is typically its weakest quarter, as demand for high-price iPhones remained resilient and services such as app-store sales swelled to a record. The results for Apple's fiscal third quarter
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Huawei surpasses Apple as world’s No. 2 smartphone vendor – AppleInsider


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Huawei surpasses Apple as world's No. 2 smartphone vendor
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Apple's iPhone put in a solid showing during the three months ending in June, selling 41.3 million units to contribute $29.9 billion to a record-breaking $53.3 billion in quarterly revenue. The effort was topped by Chinese upstart Huawei, however
Huawei shipped more smartphones than Apple in the second quarterThe Verge


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Apple’s Tim Cook hints at TV ambitions – CNET


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Apple's Tim Cook hints at TV ambitions
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Apple has big ambitions in TV. Sarah Tew/CNET. Apple's definitely working on something when it come to TV — but it's still not ready to tell us about it. CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday hinted at Apple's ambitions, but, in typical Cook fashion, didn't reveal
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Sony Unveils Groundbreaking New OLED And LCD TVs – Forbes


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Sony Unveils Groundbreaking New OLED And LCD TVs
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Sony has today confirmed that it is bringing new high-end 'Master Series' LCD and OLED TVs to market this year that will feature the brand's new, ultra-powerful X1 Ultimate processor. The Z9F LCD models will be available in 65-inch and 75-inch sizes
Sony's new high-end TVs will take your Netflix addiction to the next levelBGR


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Apple’s earnings impressed, and it hinted at a big September iPhone launch – Business Insider


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Apple's earnings impressed, and it hinted at a big September iPhone launch
Business Insider
Apple reported strong earnings on Tuesday, beating expectations for both revenue and earnings per share. The beat was partially powered by Apple's "services" business, which includes iCloud, Apple Music, and the App Store. All told, services revenue
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Apple Music and Pay are quietly preparing Apple for the end of the iPhone – BGR


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Apple Music and Pay are quietly preparing Apple for the end of the iPhone
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Apple just reported its third-quarter fiscal earnings, and as we're used to seeing from the world's most valuable company, it was another excellent three months. Revenue and earnings per share were both up (and over analyst expectations), and stocks
Apple jumps 3% on strong quarter, guidanceCNBC


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Apple Pay is finally coming to CVS and 7-Eleven, and will soon expand to Germany – TechCrunch


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Apple Pay is finally coming to CVS and 7-Eleven, and will soon expand to Germany
TechCrunch
Longtime Apple Pay holdout CVS will finally be adding support for Apple's mobile payments platform this fall, along with 7-Eleven, Apple CEO Tim Cook said this afternoon on the company's earnings call. The news is particularly notable because CVS was …
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Apple Pay to arrive in Germany, CVS and 7-11 later this yearAppleInsider
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World of Warcraft’s lead up to Battle of Azeroth made me evil, and I don’t like it – VentureBeat


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World of Warcraft's lead up to Battle of Azeroth made me evil, and I don't like it
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World of Warcraft. War is right there in the name. It's been the centerpiece of the series since it started as a real-time strategy game in 1994. Back then, the war centered on Orcs and Humans. In sequels, that evolved into the Alliance (Humans and
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Notes of interest from Apple’s Q3 2018 conference call – AppleInsider


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Notes of interest from Apple's Q3 2018 conference call
AppleInsider
Apple set a new high for the June quarter on the back of a premium-priced iPhone lineup anchored by iPhone X, as well as continued growth in the services segment. Following the publication of its third fiscal quarter 2018 results, the company provided …
Apple's Tim Cook hints at TV ambitionsCNET


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