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Monday, August 31, 2015
Checked 6:50 PM; Last Updated 3:20 PM CDT; 20:20 GMT


  • "Apple and Cisco Partner to Deliver Fast-Lane for iOS Enterprise Users"  Marketwired 2:23 PM
  • "Apple, Cisco Unveil Business Partnership: Collaboration is aimed at spurring sales of iPhones, iPads to businesses" [Paid Membership Required] 2:23 PM
  • "Apple And Cisco Team Up To Make iPhones Better Suited For Enterprise" Forbes 2:24 PM
  • "Apple partners with Cisco to boost enterprise business" Reuters 3:21 PM
  • "Apple Partners Up With Cisco on Corporate Networks" Bloomberg Video 2:23 PM
  • "Apple aims to boost mobile device sales with Cisco's help" Associated Press 2:24 PM
  • "How the new iPhone could save Apple"  Fortune 8:37 AM
  • "Apple's Ad Blockers Rile Publishers" ["'Apple is going to create a massive consumer appetite for blocking ads,' said Sean Blanchfield, chief executive of PageFair, a company that helps publishers combat ad blocking. Apple's is a more lucrative audience. Users on iOS spend more money on their devices than those on Google's Android operating system, making them more desirable to advertisers."]  Wall Street Journal 8:22 AM
  • "Life After Content Blocking: Ad blocking started as an initiative by independent developers who wanted to improve our browsing experience. Now that at least one company, Apple, has made Content Blocking 'official', ad-supported publishing business models are in trouble." Monday Note 8:23 AM
  • "Apple Wages War On Mobile Advertising" Benzinga 8:37 AM
  • "3 signs Apple has entered Twilight Zone of virtual reality: Does Apple, with its links to Hollywood, see opportunities that nerdier companies might have missed?"  Fortune 8:23 AM
  • "Benedict Evans on How Both Apple and Google Are Winning the Smartphone Wars (Video)" Re/code 8:19 AM
  • "Apple Inc. Is Bucking This One Smartphone Trend: Sales of smartphones declined in the second quarter of this year, but Apple's iPhones are moving in the opposite direction."  The Motley Fool 8:33 AM