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Saturday, March 28, 2015
Checked 5:10 PM; Last Updated 4:45 PM CDT; 21:45 GMT


  • "Why Apple's ResearchKit signals a Golden Age for health care"  Fortune 7:33 AM
  • "Apple Watch becomes a study on attention: The Apple Watch will play with your attention — increasing it in some cases and reducing it in others."  Seattle Times 7:37 AM
  • "As Apple Prepares To Disrupt The Cable Industry, Don't Expect An Apple TV Set Any Time Soon" The Motley Fool 4:46 PM
  • "How did Tim Cook become head of Apple?" Investopedia 7:33 AM
  • "Tim Cook, Apple, Fortune and me: A journalist reflects on more than six years of covering one company–and its current CEO"  Fortune 3/27
  • "Tim Cook to donate his fortune to charity: Apple CEO Tim Cook is giving hundreds of millions of dollars to charity." CNNMoney 3/27
  • "Apple's Tim Cook to donate his wealth (after paying his nephew's college fees)" Digital Trends 3/27
  • "Tim Cook, Mario Draghi Lead Annual List of 'World's Greatest Leaders'" Benzinga 3/27
  • "Apple's Expected Music Streaming Service Could Find Its Match in Pandora" TheStreet 3/27
  • "Setting the Stage for a Larger Apple Share Buyback Program: Apple will announce an update to its capital return program next month (likely in conjunction with its 2Q15 earnings release). ...Turning to share buyback, I expect Apple's board to approve a $35 to $45 billion increase to the buyback program, bringing total authorization to $125 to $135 billion." Above Avalon 3/27
  • "What Happens When Apple Buys a Company You Depend On" Wired 3/27
  • "Google Defeated in English Court of Appeal - Landmark Decision Opens Door for Litigation by Millions of British Apple Users"  PRNewswire 3/27
  • "Safari users win right to sue Google over privacy" ["A group of users claim that Google bypassed security settings on the Safari browser to install tracking cookies on their computers in order to target them with advertising."]  BBC 3/27
  • "U.K. iPhone Users Allowed to Sue Google Over Tracking: Court rules search giant should have known it was collecting too much information" [Paid Membership Required] 3/27
  • "Millions of British Safari users able to sue Google over secretly-dropped cookies" 9to5Mac 3/27
  • "How Apple is making money off of its landmark solar deal"  Fortune 3/27
  • "Apple's $848M solar power deal better on back end, says environmental VP Lisa Jackson" AppleInsider 3/27