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Friday November 28, 2014
Apple Goes (RED), Announces Black Friday Deals
For the holidays, Apple wants its customers to go (RED) and promises to donate some green to support the cause. The campaign to help fight AIDS mixes charity with product marketing.

Apple at Core of Tablet Market Slow Down
After years of forecasts of tablet market growth, one research firm is putting on the brakes. Despite the iPad’s iconic status in the tech world, it seems the tablet market and sales of the iPad are cooling.

BlackBerry Tempts iPhone Users with $550 Incentive
Beleaguered handset maker BlackBerry is targeting iPhone users with an offer the company hopes they can’t refuse -- $550 to leave Apple and switch to the new BlackBerry Passport.

iPhone 6 Sales Spur Soaring App Downloads
The full force of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and the debut of iOS 8 made itself felt last month, with a 42 percent surge in iOS downloads in October over the previous month.

FTC in Talks with Apple About Health Data Protection
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is in talks with Apple to ensure that sensitive health data collected by its mobile and wearable devices will not be used without owners' consent.

Three Ways To Watch Streaming Video on TV
Even casual viewers of online video will appreciate the ability to watch it on a big-screen TV. You can get a great streaming TV device to do that, or for much cheaper, you can just get a pretty good one.

Days After OS X Yosemite Update, Apple Releases a Second
Apple has released a second updated version of OS X Yosemite, coming swiftly on the heels of the first, which was made available Monday but apparently still had issues with Wi-Fi.

Free Apps No Longer 'Free' in Apple App Store
Is it accurate to label a game like Candy Crush or Pet Rescue "free" if you're bombarded with tons of offers to buy, for real money, extra lives or additional weapons? The FTC says maybe not.

Justice Department Warns Apple that Encryption Can Kill
Not everyone loves smartphone encryption. But can it be fatal? A Justice Department official reportedly warned Apple executives that strong encryption could lead to a kidnapped child's death.


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