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Friday September 4, 2015
Over 225,000 Apple iPhone Accounts Hacked by New Malware
It could be the biggest Apple hack ever. More than 225,000 valid iPhone accounts have been compromised and thousands of certificates, private keys, and purchasing receipts stolen.

Apple's Music Service Losing Key Player as Exec Resigns
Key Apple Music executive Ian Rogers is leaving Apple to take a job at an unidentified company in Europe, Apple says. Rogers had been CEO of Beats Music at the time of the Apple acquisition.

Documentary Asks: Why Do We Idolize Steve Jobs?
Steve Jobs was beloved in ways few modern executives have been. But documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney wondered why one stranger's death prompted such an outpouring of emotion.

Apple Watch Catching Up to Wearable Device Maker Fitbit
Fitbit may hold the lead in wearables, but Apple is close on its heels. Apple shipped 3.6 million Apple Watches in Q2 of 2015, just 0.8 million behind Fitbit’s 4.4 million wearables, according to IDC.

Apple v. Samsung: Samsung Plans To Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court
The battle continues. Samsung plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its appeal of a federal jury's stinging 2012 verdict that found the South Korean tech giant violated Apple's iPhone patents.

Apple Disputes Report that Users Are Bailing on Apple Music
Is Apple's new music app having trouble holding on to users? The tech giant is fighting back against a report that nearly half of those who have tried Apple Music for free have since quit the service.

Apple Stokes the Automotive Rumor Mill Again
Adding fuel to rumors that Apple is working on designs for a car, officials say engineers made inquiries about a testing ground for self-driving cars and other cutting-edge vehicles.

Apple v. Samsung: Court Rejects Samsung's Latest Appeal
A federal appeals court has refused to re-examine Samsung's appeal of a stinging 2012 jury verdict that found that the technology giant had violated Apple's iPhone patents.

Apple, Intel Improve in Workplace Diversity
The numbers of women and minority employees working at Apple over the past year have all increased by double digits, although the company's U.S. workforce remains mainly white and male.



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