• Best Buy Will Accept Apple Pay In All U.S. Stores Later This Year

    Best Buy Will Accept Apple Pay In All U.S. Stores Later This Year

    Back when Apple Pay was first launched, Best Buy wanted none of it. As a part of the MCX consortium, they were a part of an effort among retailers to build a mobile payments system of their own: CurrentC. It seems Best Buy has changed its mind. 6 months later, Best Buy is jumping on the Apple Pay train. Read More

  • Apple ‘Working Hard’ To Catch Up With Apple Watch Demand

    Apple ‘Working Hard’ To Catch Up With Apple Watch Demand

    Apple is “working very, very hard” to meet the strong demand for Apple Watch, Apple CFO Luca Maestri told Bloomberg Businessweek in the wake of the company’s earnings call today. Apple is facing demand that it hopes to largely catch up with by the end of June, according to the executive. “It’s been really great to see the reaction of customers since their… Read More

  • Apple Now Has $194 Billion In Cash

    Apple Now Has $194 Billion In Cash

    Apple, the word’s most valuable corporation, has a new cash tally: $194 billion. That’s to say that if you add up its cash, cash equivalents, short-term marketable securities, and long-term marketable securities, it totals $194 billion. Cash is a loose term that is usually employed at the corporate scale to include accreted value that remains functionally liquid. Read More

  • Apple Revenues In China Soar 71% In Q2

    Apple Revenues In China Soar 71% In Q2

    Apple is tearing it up in China. During its second quarter, the company saw 71 percent revenue growth in the locale, and the company is widely thought to have sold more iPhones there than in the United States. Notably, the company’s Chinese revenue came in second place to Europe’s during the first quarter, losing $17.2 billion to $16.1 billion. In the most recent quarter, the second… Read More

  • Apple Mac Sales Up 10% YoY Despite Global Decline In PC Shipments

    Apple Mac Sales Up 10% YoY Despite Global Decline In PC Shipments

    Apple sold approximately 4.6 million Macs this quarter, according to the company’s Q2 2015 earnings report, released today. This represents year-over-year growth of 10 percent, with 4.1 million Macs sold in the same quarter last year. Last quarter, over the holidays, Apple sold 5.5 million Macs, meaning that Apple Mac sales declined by 17 percent quarterly. Read More

  • Apple’s 61M iPhone Sales Lead Q2 2015 Hardware Performance

    Apple’s 61M iPhone Sales Lead Q2 2015 Hardware Performance

    Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus continue their hit parade, building on a massive first quarter of 2015 with a very strong second quarter total of 61.2 million handsets sold. This isn’t an all-time quarterly record, but it’s normal to see a slight decrease quarter-over-quarter coming out of a launch sales period, and this is a huge increase year-over-year compared to the 43.7… Read More

  • Apple Beats In Q2 2015 With $58B Revenue, $13.6B Profit And $2.33 EPS

    Apple Beats In Q2 2015 With $58B Revenue, $13.6B Profit And $2.33 EPS

    Apple has just released its fiscal Q2 2015 earnings, reporting $58 billion in revenue, $13.6 billion in net profit representing $2.33 per share. Compared to the year-ago quarter, it corresponds to a growth of 27.2 percent in revenue, and an impressive 40.4 percent jump in EPS (adjusted for the 7-for-1 split). Expectations were pretty high following Apple’s blockbuster quarter three… Read More

  • Lexus RC 350 F Sport Review

    The Lexus RC 350 F Sport combines a stylish body and just over 300 horsepower to deliver a luxury ride that won’t bore you on your commute. If you’re familiar with Lexus’s attempts at making their lines a bit sportier, the RC 350 F Sport borrows the same V6 engine that powered last year’s IS 350 F Sport. It’s got plenty of kick, but Lexus wraps it in a heavy… Read More

  • SwiftKey Debuts “Clarity,” An Experimental Keyboard Featuring Multi-Word Autocorrect

    SwiftKey Debuts “Clarity,” An Experimental Keyboard Featuring Multi-Word Autocorrect

    SwiftKey, the makers of one of the more popular third-party keyboard applications for Android, and more recently, iOS, is out today with a new product – an “experimental” mobile keyboard app it’s calling Clarity. While SwiftKey’s flagship product is a predictive keyboard that adapts to the way you type in order to smartly suggest words you can select with a tap… Read More

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