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American Foundation for the Blind honoring Apple for their VoiceOver accessibility tool

Apple will be honored with the Helen Keller Achievement Award by the American Foundation for the Blind for its work on VoiceOver, a technology that allows users to hear descriptions of what is happening on their device's screen.

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The iPhone 6 Plus continues its domination of the U.S. phablet market

The iPhone continues to dominate sales at most major U.S. carriers, while the iPhone 6 Plus increased its share of the market for large-screen smartphones, capturing 44% of that segment.

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European customers ditching Android in favor of the iPhone 6

Apple's latest iPhones are attracting more users than ever, with almost one-third of smartphone buyers in Europe's five largest countries reporting that they switched from Android.

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Home Depot has plans to support Apple Pay after all

Home Depot has confirmed that it has plans to support Apple Pay after all.

Following news from earlier today that Home Depot had seemingly started blocking Apple Pay at its retail outlets, the home-improvement chain confirmed to Bloomberg that it intends to offer official support for Apple Pay after it upgrades its payment terminals.

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Apple's ResearchKit may soon help researchers study your DNA

Apple's next move for its ResearchKit platform will reportedly involve DNA analyzing apps developed in collaboration with researchers.

According to a report from MIT Technology Review, Apple is currently working on ResearchKit apps that would allow users to submit DNA samples to researchers.

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Apple reportedly hits a snag in signing deals for rumored music service [Updated]

Apple is apparently having some trouble securing deals for its rumored streaming music service ahead of a possible WWDC debut.

While Apple has reportedly been hoping for a WWDC debut for its long-rumored music service, several of the licensing deals for the service are still being hashed out.

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Apple Pay picks up support from 24 more banks and credit unions

Support for Apple Pay continues to grow as several more banks add support for the payment service.

Apple Pay has added support for 24 new banks and credit unions with these most recent additions.

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Home Depot says no to Apple Pay, because who needs security? [Updated]

Home Depot may have stopped accepting Apple Pay, following a deal to accept PayPal both in stores and online.

While Home Depot never formally announced Apple Pay compatibility, customers have been able to use it in several of the company's locations for some time now. However, it seems that Home Depot is now officially blocking Apple Pay at most of its retail outlets, pointing customers towards PayPal instead.

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EU court rules that Skype's name is too similar to Sky network to claim a trademark

A European Union court has ruled that the name of Microsoft's Skype VoIP service cannot claim a trademark in the EU. The court ruled that the name was too similar to the Sky broadcast network.

Sky first filed a trademark dispute with Skype before it was acquired by Microsoft in 2011.

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Sprint reports a loss for Q4 2014, struggles amid competition and departing customers

Sprint shared its earnings report for the final quarter of 2014. The company continues to struggle with departing postpaid phone customers and dwindling funds.

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