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Nokia has announced that it has sold its HERE mapping business to German car consortium of Audi, BMW and Daimler for 2.8 billion Euro ($3 billion).
Apple's fourth retail store in Hong Kong is set to open its doors July 30. The store is located in the high-end shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons has announced that it is accepting Apple Pay across its supermarkets, M locals and petrol stations.
Initially slated to launch alongside the debut of the service, HSBC UK has announced that it will add support for Apple Pay sometime later this month.
Apple is notifying developers in Mexico, South Africa, South Korea, and Turkey of an upcoming price hike on the App Store.
Apple Camp is now taking enrollments for the 2015 summer season, with kids aged 8 through 12 eligible to attend the three-day course.
Several T-Mobile iPhone customers are stating on social media that their devices are randomly rebooting every 10 to 30 minutes, with the issue not limited to a particular iPhone model or iOS version.
Google has launched "Undo Send" for Gmail users earlier this week, and is now rolling out the feature to Inbox by Gmail.
Apple has highlighted several apps that support VoiceOver on the App Store, with the list featuring apps from a variety of categories.
Creative Cloud 2015 has received a major overhaul, with Adobe adding new services across the suite such as Adobe Stock and CreativeSync.
FiftyThree's Pencil is now available for $39.95, a $10 discount from its usual retail price of $49.95.
According to The Telegraph, Apple will be bringing its NFC-based payment service to the U.K. this summer, with an official announcement expected at the WWDC keynote later today.
Apple's heavily-rumored music streaming service is expected to launch at WWDC, according to Sony Music CEO Doug Morris.
Verizon has announced that it will acquire AOL for $4.4 billion, with the deal expected to bolster the carrier's advertising efforts in the mobile video segment.
Nintendo's CEO and president Satoru Iwata announced in an earnings call today that its first smartphone game — developed in collaboration with DeNA — will launch by the end of 2015.
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