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Apple pays tribute to Prince on Twitter and Beats 1

Apple took some time to pay tribute to musical icon Prince, who passed away today at the age of 57.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro's display gets put through its paces once again

The display of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro was once again put to the test, with a new breakdown detailing color management and True Tone.

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Infighting reportedly slowing Apple's efforts to improve cloud services

Apple's efforts to improve its cloud services have reportedly hit a speed bump due to infighting between two engineering teams.

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Tim Cook once again named one of TIME's 100 most influential people

TIME Magazine has once again named Tim Cook as one of its 100 most influential people.

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Opera's browser now comes with a free VPN service

Opera is rolling out an update to its desktop browser that adds a major feature. The browser now features an integrated VPN service that can be accessed by a single click through a toggle in the address bar.

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Verizon reports $32.2 billion in revenue, nets 640,000 postpaid additions in Q1 2016

Verizon has announced its Q1 2016 earnings. The company brought in a total operating revenue of $32.2 billion, $22 billion of which came from the wireless end. Verizon was also able to add 640,000 postpaid subscribers while keeping its churn rate low.

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Apple moves Q2 2016 earnings call to April 26

Noted in an update to its investor page, Apple has rescheduled its Q2 2016 earnings call for April 26.

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Stanford releases its Developing iOS 9 Apps with Swift course on iTunes U

Stanford University has released a new course about developing apps for iPhone and iPad, Developing iOS 9 Apps with Swift.

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Tech companies express 'deep concerns' about encryption bill in open letter to Senators

Four big tech coalitions have teamed up to write an open letter to two senators in opposition to a bill that would require smartphone manufacturers to decrypt data for law enforcement on demand. Some of the companies the coalitions represent include Apple, Google, and Facebook.

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Apple agrees to pay $24.9 million to settle Siri lawsuit

Apple has agreed to pay $24.9 million to settle a four-year-old Siri patent lawsuit. In 2012, Dallas-based Dynamic Advances filed charges saying that Apple violated a patent owned by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, to which it was the exclusive licensee.

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