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Tim Cook says data privacy is a basic human right

Apple CEO Tim Cook once again reiterates his and the company's views on privacy.

In the second of a two-part interview, Cook stated that everyone should have the right to keep their personal data private, no matter what others might believe.

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Hot Chip's new album to feature unique covers

British band Hot Chip is giving you an incentive to buy their new album, rather than stream it.

I was already looking forward to British electronic music band Hot Chip's new album Why Make Sense?, which comes out in May. I won't download it from iTunes, though. I plan to buy it in physical form, because they're doing something really cool with the LP and CD.

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Sprint announces new $60 wireless plan offered exclusively through Best Buy

Sprint announced today that it has partnered with Best Buy to offer an exclusive unlimited plan, fittingly called the "Best Buy One Plan," through the retailer starting at $60 per month with a leased 16GB iPhone 6.

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InstaPDF for iOS and Mac updated to 4.0 with new features to improve your workflow

InstaPDF, the popular Mac and iOS app that lets you easily scan documents and pictures as PDFs and upload them to the cloud, has been updated to version 4.0 on both platforms, bringing a number of nifty new features along for the ride.

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MLB At Bat snags UI refresh, Spanish language support, more in latest update

We're inching ever-closer to the start of the 2015 baseball season, and the MLB At Bat app for iPhone and iPad has been updated accordingly. Some of the main highlights of the update include a refreshed UI, expanded player search, and Spanish language support.

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Former Apple retail chief Ron Johnson talks about designing the first Apple Stores

Former Apple retail head Ron Johnson has shared some of the lessons that he's learned during his time in retail, including things he learned at Apple. Johnson shared a story about a discussion he had with Steve Jobs before the opening of the first Apple Stores.

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Apple Watch Edition graces the pages of Vogue Paris

Apple is continuing their advertising push for the Apple Watch, this time with a two-page spread in the Vogue Paris. The March issue of the magazine features models wearing the watch the Edition version of the Watch.

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House of Cards season 3 now available, here's how to watch on your Apple devices

Netflix's House of Cards has returned for its third season. All thirteen episodes of the season were pushed live at 12:01 a.m. PST, and are available to subscribers through Netflix's site, as well as its mobile apps.

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Here's what to expect from Apple's March 9 event

What's up with Apple's March 9 event? The iMore crew weighs in on what we expect to see the company unveil.

When CEO Tim Cook teased that the company considers "Early" to be the first four months of the year, most expected Apple's next big thing to appear sometime in April. But joke's on us: Apple's March 9 "Spring Forward" event looks likely to properly debut the Apple Watch a month prior to the media's arbitrary April deadline.

Rene Ritchie and I will be on hand at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco to provide color commentary and covetous glances for whatever comes out of Apple's March 9 event; you can additionally watch starting at 10AM PT/1PM ET from the comfort of your own living room, courtesy of Apple's live stream.

Before we hop a plane to San Francisco, however, the iMore staff decided to sit down and chat a little bit about what we expect to see on the Yerba Buena stage in ten days.

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Ericsson escalates Apple patent dispute, seeks iPhone sales ban in US

Just when you thought there would be the possibility of patent battles being a thing of the past, Apple has found itself caught up in a suit with Ericsson. The latter company has filed seven new lawsuits in a US court and is seeking the International Trade Commission to block sales of Apple products in the US market.

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