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DAILY VIDEO: Apple bounces back with a solid quarter, hints at an iPhone 8 launch; Google tracks ransomware payments at scale with machine learning; Google releases an API for offline peer-to-peer Android communications; and there's more.
Company sold 41 million iPhones in the quarter, but iPads were newsier; Apple shipped a whopping 11.4 million tablets, its biggest non-holiday quarter for the tablet in more than two years.
Conference call provider streamlines user administration and sign-in, boosts security in its latest version.
VIDEO: Alex Radocea, founder of Longterm Security, explains how he was able to intercept Apple iCloud Keychain with a vulnerability that could have exposed users to risk.
Foxconn, which makes Apple's iPhone and other products in China, won't make connected devices, at least at first. It will make flat-screen displays.
Adobe said it made this decision--which has been expected for a few years--in collaboration with several of its technology partners, including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla.
Mobile market analysts debate the plausibility of a recent blogger report that prices for new iPhone models that Apple will likely introduce in September will start at $1,200.
REVIEW: The latest iPad Pros have a wealth of improved features that bring a lot to the table for business users, while also providing a look at what Apple could do for other iPads models.
NEWS ANALYSIS: While it was disguised as a phone, Apple really introduced a versatile pocket-sized computer that could be used by anyone and that provided a valuable new tool for businesses of all kinds.
The move, which will come by the end of 2017, will bring the special machines to stores in 25 nations, including Best Buy in the U.S.
Apple had to get back into the voice-enabled home market sooner or later, because it had fallen behind Amazon and Google. HomePod may fill that requirement.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New iPads include an all-new 10.5-inch model and an upgraded 12.9 inch iPad Pro with faster processors, more memory and improved screens, with more to come in iOS 11.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Normally Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference is a software-only event. but Apple has been playing around with the calendar lately, so expect some hardware, too.