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MyVR Social Media Platform to Let Users Share With Friends via VR

MyVR is designed to let people share discussions, content, movies and more with friends in a private VR room, anywhere they are located.
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Apple Acquires Machine Learning Vendor Tuplejump Software

Tuplejump, which is based in India, was acquired by Apple in June, according to a report.

Salesforce, Other Suitors Reportedly Considering Twitter Buyout VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Salesforce reportedly considering buying Twitter; Apple unveils public version of iOS 10.1 beta release; BlackBerry gives up to $250 Off Priv, Passport phones; and there's more.
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Streaming Music Revenue Up 57% in U.S. in First Half of 2016

The latest figures from the Recording Industry Association of America show "massive growth" in paid subscriptions.
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Apple Unveils Public Version of iOS 10.1 Beta Release

The public beta version follows the developer beta version, which Apple also just released. The full iOS 10 release debuted Sept. 13.  
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Apple iPhone 7 Users Report 'Hissing' Noise That May Prove Innocuous VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: "Hissing" iPhone 7s reported, but that may be a normal noise; Microsoft delivers Version 2.0 of TypeScript programming language; Comcast reportedly to offer mobile phone services in 2017; and there's more.
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Apple in Talks to Acquire Supercar Maker McLaren: Report

Apple is also reportedly interested in buying electric motorbike company Lit Motors, according to other reports.
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AT&T Experimenting With Broadband Internet Delivery Using Power Lines

Field trials are slated to begin in 2017, says the company, as it works to improve the availability of internet access everywhere.
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AT&T DirecTV Now Streaming Service to Begin in Q4, CEO Confirms

Announced back in March, DirecTV Now will let AT&T wireless customers stream more than 100 channels on their devices at "aggressive" rates.  

Comcast to Offer Mobile Phone Services in 2017: Report

The WiFi and cellular services, which have been rumored since late 2015, would be available to existing and new Comcast cable customers.
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Apple macOS Sierra Fixes 68 Vulnerabilities

Apple is patching dozens of security issues with the macOS Sierra (10.12), the company's rebranded desktop operating system.
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iPhone 7 Plus So Far More Popular Than iPhone 7 VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: iPhone 7 sales patterns contrast with those of iPhone 6 and 6s; mobile carriers unveil Samsung Note7 replacement plans; Oracle proposes Java 9 delay until July 2017; and there's more.

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