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Apple CEO Tim Cook.

The Apple Card is a brilliant move by Apple to keep people shackled to the iPhone

Try switching to Android when your credit card is tied to your iPhone.
Apple customers now have more options to get their devices serviced.

Best Buy expands Apple repair service program to every US store

Customers can now get their Apple products repaired at any of Best Buy's nearly 1,000 locations in the US, including areas that have no Apple Stores.

There’s a hidden gem in Apple’s earnings — and it isn’t its services

iPad sales grew 22% last quarter, the fastest pace in six years, while iPhone and Mac sales fell.
It's a car crash for German manufacturing.

German manufacturing just slumped to the lowest level since the financial crisis — and it’s a major warning sign for the global economy

German PMI data slumped to its lowest levels since the financial crisis showcasing the growing problems at the heart of the country's economy.

5 time-saving services that take care of everyday tasks so you can get some hours back in your day

Outsourcing your everyday tasks may seem unnecessary, but it can really help you save time, making it a worthwhile splurge. Here are 5 great services that can help you out.
United States Postal Service clerks sort mail at the USPS, just one of the many functions the USPS serves.

5 things your post office can do for you besides sending mail

From selling messenger bags to processing passports, the post office does so much more than just ship mail.

We compared Google Calendar and Apple’s built-in calendar app for the iPhone — and the winner is clear

I put the Apple and Google calendar apps head-to-head — and I found there's a clear winner for anyone looking to stay organized and keep track of their schedule efficiently.

Apple slides after telling suppliers to slash production by 20%

Reuters reported that Apple expects total iPhone shipments this year to be 80 million — a steep decline from the 100 million that it planned for the same time last year. It's another move on Apple's transition from traditional hardware business of iPhones to a more services based revenue model.

Apple slides after telling suppliers to slash production by 20%

Reuters reported that Apple expects total iPhone shipments this year to be 80 million — a steep decline from the 100 million that it planned for the same time last year. It's another move on Apple's transition from traditional hardware business of iPhones to a more services based revenue model.

Apple slides after telling suppliers to slash production by 20%

Reuters reported that Apple expects total iPhone shipments this year to be 80 million — a steep decline from the 100 million that it planned for the same time last year. It's another move on Apple's transition from traditional hardware business of iPhones to a more services based revenue model.