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Tim Cook offers lunch with himself for charity auction

Apple CEO Tim Cook will have lunch with you and a guest at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California if you are the winning bidder in the Charitybuzz online auction.

The winning bidder will also get two VIP tickets to attend one of Apple's upcoming keynote events. This is the third year in a row that Cook is participating in this auction event.

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Amazon will let you watch Season One of Orphan Black for free on April 17 only

Amazon will let anyone watch Season One of Orphan Black, but the deal is only good for April 17.

Orphan Black is an Amazon Prime exclusive series, but on April 17 they will be allowing anyone to watch Season One. The show will be available for viewing through Amazon's Instant Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online. All ten episodes of the first season will be available for the day for anyone to watch, whether a member of Amazon already or not.

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Samsung has reportedly formed a dedicated team to build displays for Apple products

Samsung has reportedly created a team of around 200 employees to work exclusively on display technology for Apple products.

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Dell's 27-inch 5K monitor is now supported by select Macs with OS X 10.10.3

If you're looking to grab a new screen and are rocking OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, you may want to check out Dell's 27-inch 5K monitor for the ultimate pixel-filled experience.

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Leaked internal memo details Google's response to potential EU antitrust charges

An internal Google memo that details the search giant's response to potential antitrust charges from the EU has leaked today.

Following a report from earlier today that the European Commission is set to bring formal antitrust charges against Google, Re/code has reportedly obtained an internal memo sent out to all Google employees in which the company says it believes it has a good case and points to strong competition from the likes of Microsoft, Yahoo, and Amazon.

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AltConf 2015 taking place June 8-12; four new speakers announced

AltConf, the alternative WWDC conference, will take place June 8-12 in San Francisco.

AltConf is a week-long, volunteer-driven event for developers. As it traditionally does, AltConf will take place alongside WWDC, which will also be taking place from June 8-12.

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Apple reportedly acquires camera tech company LinX

Apple has reportedly acquired LinX, a camera technology company based in Israel that focuses on multi-aperture camera sensors.

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American Express and Jawbone may team up for wearable payment service

A new report says that American Express will announce a partnership sometime later this week that will allow those credit card owners to pay for items by using a future product from Jawbone.

The report from The Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources, says that this payment setup for the future Jawbone wearable device will work with retailers that have NFC-based check-out terminals in place

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Medical app developers can now include ResearchKit in their apps

Apple has announced that ResearchKit is now widely available for medical researchers and developers to use in their apps.

ResearchKit was first introduced at Apple's "Spring Forward" event in March with the aim of fixing problems with medical research such as small sample sizes and inaccurately-reported data. Users can sign up to participate in studies right on their iPhones, sending relevant data to medical research institutions as they wish.

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Apple announces WWDC 2015 to kick off June 8-12, registration open now

Apple will hold it's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 8-12, 2015.

WWDC 2015 will once again be held at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California. Registration is open to any member of the iOS Developer Program, iOS Developer Enterprise Program, or Mac Developer Program.

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