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Court documents from Oracle's lawsuit against Google revealed that the search giant has paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 to be the preferred search engine on iPhones and iPads.
Foxconn has made an offer to purchase display maker Sharp for $5.3 billion (¥625 billion), according to The Wall Street Journal.
Airmail for Mac has picked up an update to version 2.6, featuring a redesigned menu, ability to defer emails, a utility that lets you resize attachment images, and more.
Apple has a strong retail presence in India through franchisee-owned stores, but the manufacturer has signified its intentions to launch the Apple Retail Store in the country.
Ford has announced the Sync 3 infotainment platform, adding support for CarPlay and Android Auto. The carmaker has announced that all 2017 models will feature the infotainment unit as standard.
Jony Ive will give Charlie Rose a look inside "Apple’s secret design studio" in an upcoming episode of 60 Minutes that will be aired on Sunday, December 20 at 7:30PM ET & 7PM PT on CBS.
Star Wars: Card Trader lets you buy, sell and trade virtual trading cards based on the sci-fi movie franchise. The app is picking up an update that coincides with the launch of The Force Awakens.
Taylor Swift has announced that a film based on her world tour of 2014 album 1989 will be streamed exclusively on Apple Music.
Yahoo has announced support for Gmail within its Mail app, allowing you to use your Gmail account from within Yahoo Mail.
Sony has broken out PlayStation Messages into a standalone app, giving you the ability to quickly communicate with your friends on the PlayStation Network.
Shuhei Yoshida has announced that Sony will bring PlayStation 4 Remote Play functionality to Windows and Mac, giving users on these platforms the ability to play PlayStation 4 titles.
The 16GB Wi-Fi variant of the iPad mini 2 is on sale at Argos UK for £199. The retailer is also selling the 16GB iPad Air at £249.
Carphone Warehouse is offering a discount of £100 on the upfront cost of various iPhone models, with the 6s, 6 and 5s eligible under the promotion.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple Pay is expected to launch in China by February. The news comes after several
Jimmy Iovine has apologized for comments made by him during an interview with CBS This Morning on Thursday, in which he said that finding music is very difficult for "some women."
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