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  • This week's top selling songs and albums on Apple's  … The Canadian Press - Fri, 27 Nov, 2015

    iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending Nov. 26, 2015:

  • Danish Man Claims Apple Watch Left Him With ‘Severe Burns’

    A Danish man has been left with severe burns on his wrist after claiming the strap of his Apple Watch started glowing with heat.

  • Solu is an adorable Linux PC that fits in your pocket, but at a cost

    The 10cm by 10cm Solu has a long way to go, but early success on Kickstarter bodes well for its future - and not so well for the computer giants.

  • An Apple logo is seen inside the Apple Store in Palo Alto, California

    By Lisa Bose McDermott MARSHALL, Texas (Reuters) - A U.S. jury on Friday found Apple Inc did not infringe five antipiracy patents owned by a Pendrell Corp subsidiary at trial in a Texas federal court. The jury also found that Apple did not prove that the patents were invalid. An Apple attorney declined to comment.

  • Apple’s Jimmy Iovine Apologises For Saying Women Need Help Finding Music

    Apple’s Jimmy Iovine has been forced to apologise for suggesting that women struggle to find music without assistance.

  • Adele's '25' won't be available for streaming … The Canadian Press - Fri, 20 Nov, 2015
    FILE - In this Feb. 21, 2012 file photo, performer Adele arrives for the Brit Awards 2012 at the O2 Arena in London. The singer’s hotly anticipated new album, "25," is out Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Jonathan Short, File)

    Fans seeking to listen to Adele's new album won't be able to do so on Spotify or Apple Music. The streaming sites said Thursday that Adele's "25" will not be available for streaming when it is released on Friday. "We love and respect Adele, as do her 24 million fans on Spotify," Spotify said in a statement.

  • TORONTO - Apple Pay officially launched in Canada on Tuesday, but only a small number of Canadians will be able to buy books, burgers and bagels with their mobile phones at first.

  • Apple Pay launches in Canada today CBC - Tue, 17 Nov, 2015

    Apple's year-old mobile-payments service is expanding to more countries, banks and merchants, as it faces growing competition and some challenges before it becomes as commonplace as plastic cards. Apple Pay is available in Canada starting Tuesday and in Australia on Thursday. In the U.S., where Apple Pay started in October …

  • This Oct. 13, 2015 photo provided by Apple shows, Taraji P. Henson during episode 3 of Mary J. Blige's new radio show, "Real Talk." The episode airs on Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio on Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. (Apple via AP)

    R&B star Mary J. Blige is hoping she can offer love and support to those who "are sitting in their car in traffic about to jump out and kill somebody or kill themselves" with a positive and inspirational radio show. The singer, who launched "Real Talk" this month on Apple Music's Beats 1 Radio, said she wants to motivate …

  • An Apple iphone 6 with Apple Pay is shown in this photo illustration in Encinitas , California

    While the information wasn't made official by Apple, American Express has confirmed several times that the service is on its way.

  • Apple is shutting down the Beats music streaming service Nov. 30, 18 months after buying the company. The tech giant is encouraging Beats subscribers to shift their libraries and playlists to the Apple Music service, which just became available on Android. Apple paid $3 billion US in May 2014 to buy Beats Music and Beats …

  • Apple apologizes after allegations of racism for not letting black students in store

    Apple has apologized to a group of six students who were denied entry to an Apple Store in Melbourne, Australia on Tuesday.

  • An Apple iphone 6 with Apple Pay is shown in this photo illustration in  Encinitas , California

    (Reuters) - Apple Inc is in talks with U.S. banks to develop a person-to-person mobile payment service, the Wall Street Journal reported. The talks are ongoing and it is unclear if any of the banks have signed an agreement with Apple, the Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter. The service, which would …

  • A sign is seen outside the Apple Store in Covent Garden in London

    By Conor Humphries and Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) - Apple's chief executive said a looming European Union tax ruling on its dealings with Ireland would not affect its presence in the country where it declares much of its overseas profit and where it added 1,000 new jobs on Wednesday. The EU last year accused Ireland …

  • An Apple logo hangs above the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City

    By Conor Humphries DUBLIN (Reuters) - Apple is opposed to a new British law it says would require it to provide authorities with access to encrypted data as it would create vulnerabilities hackers could exploit, Chief Executive Tim Cook said on Wednesday. Britain last week unveiled a draft surveillance bill that would …

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook, right, listens to former Italian premier and President of Bocconi University Mario Monti as they attend the inauguration of the academic year at the Bocconi, in Milan, Italy, Tuesday, Nov.10, 2015. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

    Tech giant Apple will resist the British government's efforts to get access to encrypted data through a new spying law, CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday. Cook told students at Trinity College Dublin that Apple didn't plan to introduce a "back door" ability to decrypt the messages. "We will productively work with the governments …

  • An Apple logo hangs above the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City

    By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc defeated a U.S. class action lawsuit brought by Apple retail workers over bag search practices at the company's California brick and mortar outlets, according to a court ruling on Saturday. The decision, from U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco, came in …

  • Calgary's James Bond superfan, 8, on sipping apple-juice martinis with Daniel Craig

    Britton Walker — an eight-year-old from Calgary who's a James Bond superfan — takes his apple-juice martinis shaken, not stirred. Craig also showed the pint-sized 007 fan how to iron a tuxedo and gave him a very special gift — the OMEGA spy watch he wore in the film, which opens in theatres on Friday. Sony Pictures flew …

  • It turns out that Apple's streaming-TV box — aptly named Apple TV — isn't just for streaming anymore. The new Apple TV looks to be a capable device for those purposes, although it's not flawless. The new Apple TV will set you back $149, or $199 for a version with extra storage.

  • If you’re not an Apple Music subscriber, you may find Siri to be less than helpful when it comes to certain music-related questions.

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