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The free Hulu content, which is limited in scope to only some videos, is moving away so the company can focus on its paying subscribers.
DAILY VIDEO: As iPhone 7 debut approaches, pressure-sensitive home button rumored; Walmart bets $3.3 billion on young e-commercer Jet.com; FTC commissioner looking for hackers' help with consumer privacy; and there's more.
Turi, which specializes in machine learning and artificial intelligence, will add to Apple's holdings in that market.
Other iPhone 7 rumors persist as well, including dual cameras, the deletion of the headphone jack and a third model that is even larger.
In today's digital world, many people have stopped sending photos and personal notes via the U.S. Mail. Pixinote aims to bring them back.
In a surprise announcement at Black Hat, Apple's security chief announces the company's first formal bug bounty program.
Consumers are holding off on purchases while vendors refocus their product lines on productivity machines as market change continues.
After trying to battle Didi Chuxing for business in China for 2 years, Uber cuts its losses and sells its China division to its rival.
Apple just sold its 1 billionth iPhone, a ground-breaking device that changed mobile phones as we knew them and created mass competition.
The company's Q2 total revenue rose to $9.2 billion from $8.2 billion one year ago, while its customer pool swelled to 67.4 million, up from 63.3 million a year ago.
Apple's Q3 revenue fell to $42.36B and its net income fell to $7.8B as iPhone sales dropped for the second consecutive quarter.
In addition, the company's net income of $702 million is down 83.4 percent from a year ago, due to charges for pensions, benefits and more.