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The Weather Company delivers about 37 billion forecasts daily. Its products include a weather app that runs on all major mobile platforms globally and the world's largest network of personal weather stations.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple's futuristic new HQ Set to open doors in April; UPS tests delivery trucks equipped with drones as efficiency booster; GPU support becomes available for Google Cloud customers; and there's more.
With 17 megawatts of rooftop solar, Apple Park will run one of the largest on-site solar energy installations in the world.
Even the crashing and burning of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 doesn't hinder South Korean smartphone giant from taking the top spot in marketshare.
Attorneys for Samsung have likened the case to making an automaker turn over the full profits for a car, for infringing on cup holder design.
People thinking of cutting the cable or satellite cord will now have another strong reason to make the jump and not look back.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple refurbished iPhones again being offered in the Apple Store; Google pulling the plug on free Map Maker tool; SAP releases revamped HANA database Nov. 30; and there is more.
It's been a few years, but refurbished iPhones are again showing up for sale at a discount in the online Apple Store.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple drops MacBook Pro dongle prices after customer pushback; Samsung says some 85% of Note7 phones have been returned under a recall; Oracle will close its $9.3 billion deal for SaaS provider NetSuite; and there's more.
The carrier is increasing its 6GB and 3GB GoPhone data plans to 8GB and 4GB per month for customers who choose the autopay option.
Many Apple customers complained online when Apple removed legacy connectors in the devices in favor of USB-C and pricey adapters.
iFixit found it difficult to remove its battery and other parts when it tore apart a new standard MacBook Pro 13 with function keys, and so gave it a score of 2 on a scale of 10 for ease-of-repair.
A pilot project with car-sharing service Getaround in San Francisco will test the system, which uses smartphone apps instead of keys.