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  • An employee holds BMW logo on production line of BMW C evolution electric maxi-scooter at BMW motorcycle plant in Berlin

    By Edward Taylor and Julia Love FRANKFURT/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - BMW and Apple may rekindle a courtship put on hold after an exploratory visit by executives of the world's top maker of electronic gadgets to the headquarters of the word's biggest seller of premium cars. Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook went to BMW's …

  • Man Finds iPhone After It Falls From Plane, And It Still Works

    A man used an app to locate his iPhone after it fell 9,300 feet from a plane.

  • The Apple Watch will become available in Canadian Best Buy stores on Aug. 14, the retailer says. It's the first time Apple has sold the watch outside its own retail stores and marks a new experiment in mass marketing by the tech giant. The watch, with access to phone, email, music and information about your workout, also …

  • Man Needs New iPhone After Swapping His For A Bite Of Pepperoni Pizza

    The sight of a freshly-cooked pepperoni pizza was too much for one festival-goer to take - so much so that he swapped his IPHONE for a single bite. Allan Banning has become a Facebook star after putting up a status that asked if anyone was selling an Apple iPhone 5 - and revealing why exactly he needed to buy one. “Swapped …

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York

    By Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets fell on Wednesday, pulled down by a weak revenue forecast at Apple Inc, the world's largest company, while a rebounding dollar after its biggest decline in a month weighed on gold and some stocks. Apple shares slid 4.3 percent after the company's fourth-quarter …

  • A customer stands beneath an Apple logo at the Apple store in Grand Central station in New York City

    Top European technology stocks shed nearly $6 billion of market value on Wednesday, with suppliers for Apple the top fallers after the tech giant's revenue forecasts fell short of expectations. Apple orders accounted for around 70-75 percent of Dialog's total revenue, industry experts said, while Apple accounted for 20-25 …

  • Apple adds to stocks' slump; dollar slips Reuters - Tue, 21 Jul, 2015
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York

    By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) - Weak earnings dragged stocks lower on Tuesday and Apple's results weighed U.S. futures further, while a slip in the dollar helped oil and gold cap a string of losing sessions. Stocks on Wall Street fell, with results from bellwethers IBM and United Technologies weighing the most …

  • Customers stand beneath an Apple logo at the Apple store in Grand Central station in New York City

    (Reuters) - Apple Inc said App Store, Apple Music, iTunes Store and some other services are back online, after a more than three hour outage. The last time that Apple services were affected this long was in March, when iTunes and the App Store came back online after a mammoth 12-hour outage. In checks by Reuters on several …

  • A freshly granted U.S. patent suggests that Apple is working on a way to fix this — by checking a user's credit card balance before determining which ads they'll see. Essentially, those who opt-in to Apple's conceptual system would only be shown mobile advertisements for products they could afford based on their banking …

  • The Apple logo is seen at the flagship Apple retail store in San Francisco

    By Steve Slater LONDON (Reuters) - New payment technologies such as Apple Pay and FC Barcelona wristbands carrying a digital wallet will increasingly mean bank customers ditch cards and cash for wearable technology, experts predict. Watches, wristbands, jewelry, key fobs and other so-called wearables, as well as mobile …

  • This combination of product images provided by Apple Inc. shows, from left, the "For You" section, the "Radio" section, and the "Connect" sections of the Apple Music app, displayed on an iPhone 6. Apple’s new music service is a valiant effort to catch up in the emerging business of offering unlimited music on demand for a monthly price. It does so while acknowledging the legacy of iTunes, the world’s most popular store for buying individual songs to own. (Apple Inc. via AP)

    Apple's new music service is a valiant effort to catch up in the emerging business of offering unlimited music on demand for a monthly price. Apple Music is several services in one. — Apple Music is also a giant song recommendation machine.

  • This composite product image provided by Apple shows varieties of the new iPod Touch, available for sale on Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Apple is refreshing its iPod Touch music player for the first time in nearly three years, as the company seeks to make music a central part of its devices once again. (Apple via AP)

    Although the iPod's popularity has waned, Apple is updating its music player for the first time in nearly three years by giving the flagship Touch model a faster processor and better cameras. The new iPod Touch also enables Apple Music, a $10-a-month service that offers unlimited playback of millions of songs. Apple Music …

  • The Apple logo is seen at the flagship Apple retail store in San Francisco

    Apple introduced its mobile payments service to Britain on Tuesday as Barclays became the last major UK bank to sign up for the U.S. tech giant's effort to capitalize on the increasing comfort among British consumers with making tap-and-go purchases. A quarter of a million outlets will offer Apple Pay, from London Underground …

  • Albert County group aims to grow living apple tree museum

    Some Albert County residents want to preserve unique New Brunswick apple varieties and they are looking for help in locating apple trees. Foods of the Fundy Valley is asking people in the area about their apple trees. "That area of Albert County was a major, major apple tree exporter," said Lisa Brown, who chairs the …

  • Apple iOS 9: what’s new in the latest iPhone and iPad software update

    Apple’s new iPhone and iPad operating system - iOS 9 - is coming in the autumn and the public beta finally went live at the weekend. This means that iPhone and iPad users can download the pre-launch version of the software straight away - check out our guide on how to get Apple’s iOS 9 on your phone today. Announced at …

  • Apple is going to solve one of the biggest problems with the Apple Watch — battery life

    The most recent wearable to turn on its users is the Apple Watch.

  • Eddy Cue, Apple senior vice president of internet software and services, displays the new iTunes interface during Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013 in San Francisco in this file photo

    A new wrinkle this year to Apple’s same-old iteration rollout is the opportunity, just one month later, for any willing Apple gadget owner to try unfinished test versions of both of these pieces of software for themselves.

  • A woman in the Goulds neighbourhood of St. John's is trying to rally support to stop a highway from being built through a piece of land near her home. The Newfoundland and Labrador government is planning to extend the Robert E. Howlett Memorial Highway, also known as the Goulds bypass road, by more than nine kilometre …

  • Apple's new iPhone and iPad operating system - iOS 9 - will not be officially released to the public until the autumn. iOS 9 features a host of new features, including a beefed-up Notes app which allows you to doodle with your finger, an improved in-built Maps app featuring public transport maps and nearby highlights, …

  • Nova Scotia apple growing goes high-tech with bar code data collection

    Researchers in Kentville are throwing away their pens and picking up bar code scanners to track data in an apple orchard. As part of a Dalhousie University project at the Atlantic Food and Horticulture Research Centre, computer science student Vinetha Jagadeesan is creating a program to collect, compile and analyze data …

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