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Fans of third-party keyboard will be glad to know that Flesky has announced that it will be making its popular iOS and Android keyboard free forever, from this date forward.
A judge in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas on Tuesday dropped the $532.9 million in damages that patent licensing firm Smartflash LLC was awarded in February in an iTunes-related patent lawsuit.
Apple seems to have hit on an excellent way to drive early adoption of its iOS 8.4 update: Include a must have feature like Apple Music.
Apple sent an email to developers on Tuesday, announcing that it will be increasing prices in the App Store in Mexico, South Africa, South Korea and Turkey, while introducing new low-priced tiers in some emerging markets.
Apple released updates of all three of its iOS iWork apps on Tuesday. The update of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote returns full VoiceOver navigation and functionality to the apps. The update brings all three apps up to version 2.5.4.
Apple has added 23 more U.S. banks and credit unions to its roster of banks supporting its mobile payments service.
Following complaints about Apple’s disabling of Home Sharing of music in iOS 8.4, the company’s SVP of internet Software and Services Eddy Cue said on Monday that the company is working to bring it back in iOS 9.
The Showtime network is now available on Apple TV. The new service doesn’t require a cable subscription, and will cost viewers $11 per month, following a 30-day free trial.
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Duke University has named Apple CEO Tim Cook as one of its eight new board of trustee members. Cook earned his MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business in 1988.
Samsung Electronic released its second-quarter earnings estimates on Tuesday, and it calls for significant drops in revenue and profits, due to what was reportedly a miscalculation of the demand for their new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge handset.
The Guardian reports that cybersecurity firm Hacking Team experienced a data breach on Monday, leading to 400 GB of its documents being leaked to the Internet. Among the documents are those confirming the firm’s ability to infiltrate and monitor jailbroken iPhones for government agencies, including those of repressive regimes.
Apple on Tuesday will begin selling the ecobee3, which is the first Internet-connected thermostat that is compatible with Apple’s iOS HomeKit framework.
Apple has been working with several third-party manufacturers on their packaging design, creating packaging that will fit in better with the packaging of Apple’s own products in their stores.
Mobile payments processor Square is working to bring the convenience of Apple Pay to smaller “mom and pop” stores via a small, unobtrusive reader that works with the Square system.