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Saturday, July 30, 2016
Checked 8:45 PM; Last Updated 3:25 PM CDT; 20:25 GMT


  • "Has the iPhone peaked? After two quarters of slumping iPhone sales, the #TalkingTech panel ponders the big question: is the iPhone on the way down, or can it climb back up and see sales rise again? Guests include Eva Ho, Derek Ting and Beatrice Fishel-Bock." [Video Report]  USA Today 7:59 AM
  • "Apple Shares Still Look Sweet: Despite a reported slump in revenue and profits, the company's prospects are better than they seem to be at first glance."  Barron's 8:00 AM
  • "There's a bull case for Apple — but the company won't tell you about it" Business Insider 10:35 AM
  • "Apple self-driving effort shifts from hardware to software" ReadWrite 3:23 PM
  • "Apple Williamsburg opens in Brooklyn on Saturday"  Apple 7:50 AM
  • "Apple Loop: iPhone 7 Launch Date Leaked, iPhone's Risky Gamble, Tim Cook Defies Steve Jobs" Forbes 7:55 AM
  • "Apple asks U.S. Supreme Court to rule against Samsung over patents" Reuters 7/29
  • "Apple counters Samsung in Supreme Court struggle: If you steal one chocolate chip, should you pay for the whole cookie? That's one way of characterizing the issue at hand." CNET 7/29
  • "Apple Stock Down, Says Court Should Rule Against Samsung" TheStreet 7/29
  • "Will Apple Car be the new BlackBerry?" ["The claim is that Apple is no longer solely focused on building its own autonomous vehicle, but also on developing an operating system that could be licensed to other auto-makers. It would be very hard for Apple to replace every car in the world with an Apple Car if it doesn't work in partnerships with others – licensing the OS may help, as the Android thing proved."]  Computerworld 7/29
  • "Apple hires former BlackBerry developer Dan Dodge to boost car project" V3 7/29
  • "Apple brings on new talent for autonomous car initiative: The former BlackBerry CEO was on tap to join Apple's team." Engadget 7/29
  • "Apple hires former QNX CEO, may suggest shift in auto strategy: Insider sources told Bloomberg that Apple might be focusing more on software than an actual, physical automobile now." CNET 7/29
  • "Apple Secures BlackBerry QNX Chief As Project Titan Focus Shifts To Autonomous Driving" HotHardware 7/29
  • "Apple is failing to bully Hollywood into seeing its future of TV: In search of its new big thing, the company has alienated cable providers and networks with an assertive negotiating style; 'time is on my side'" Wall Street Journal 7/29
  • "Apple's negotiation tactics might be hurting its TV plans: An Apple TV can't replace your cable box until deals are made with the industry's biggest players." Engadget 7/29
  • "Here's Why Apple's Rumored TV Service Hasn't Launched Yet" Time 7/29
  • "Can Apple's iPhone SE Drive Revenues until the iPhone 7 Launch?" Market Realist 7/29
  • "The most popular product of all time: The iPhone is not only the best selling mobile phone but also the best selling music player, the best selling camera, the best selling video screen and the best selling computer of all time. It is, quite simply, the best selling product of all time."  asymco 7/29
  • "Billionth iPhone sold: Does that make it the best-selling product of all time?" ZDNet 7/29
  • "Apple's Tumble From China Tree Accelerates/Bottom line: Apple could be on the cusp of a prolonged China downturn unless it can roll out smartphones with new breakthrough technology, as it gets overwhelmed by similar Chinese models that sell for far lower prices."  Forbes 7/29