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  1. New York magazine editor Lauren Kern named first Editor-in-Chief of Apple News

    Apple News is getting an Editor In Chief, and it’s a move that’s sure to raise eyebrows…

  2. Apple phasing out its in-house iAd sales team in favor of new publisher-driven system

    Apple is getting out of the advertising-sales business and shifting to a more automated platform…

  3. How to use Apple’s News app on your iPhone or iPad

    Apple News has an advantage over all those in the App Store: It’s part of iOS and available to everyone with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch…

  4. Apple’s forthcoming News app draws the ire of advertisers

    Apple’s new mobile news app will be slick, user-friendly and loaded with cool features, but…

  5. Apple adds more publishers to its News App, set to launch soon

    Apple has been fixing up their forthcoming News app since debuting a rough-around-the-edges beta a few months ago…

  6. iOS 9 content blocking will transform the mobile Web

    The next version of iOS comes with a major new feature called ‘content blockers’ which will allow…

  7. Who’s going to ‘curate’ Apple News?

    For all the talk of an editorial hiring spree at Apple…

  8. The Apple News app is doomed

    I remember when I first heard about the Apple News app during WWDC…

  9. The future’s not looking too bright for Apple News

    I’ve had it on my iPad and iPhone for weeks, and it’s already gathering dust…

  10. Apple News is fast, responsive, enjoyable, and it might become your only news app

    Apple News is fast, responsive and enjoyable to use…

  11. Apple iAd executive leaves for Drawbridge which tracks users across devices

    iAd has great assets and great capabilities, but…

  12. Apple News shows that Apple wants to bolster and profit from ads, not eliminate them

    Advertising is an easy target: it’s an eyesore, slows down web pages…

  13. Apple opens iTunes Radio Inventory to automated buys via iAd: Advertisers can target Apple listeners with phone, email identifiers

    Rumors of iAd’s demise have been greatly exaggerated…

  14. Apple’s Internet TV and the changing – and unchanging – structure of TV

    Cable TV is socialism that works…

  15. Apple’s kowtow to China undermines Obama’s tough talk on snooping or something

    US president Barack Obama was sharply critical of China’s newest security demands…

  16. Apple bringing iAd to Latin America

    iAd, Apple’s advertising platform for apps on iPhone, iPad, and…

  17. Apple opens iAd mobile-ads service to automated partners

    Apple Inc. is opening its advertising services to partners…

  18. Ex-NSA lawyer says encryption could ‘BlackBerry’ Apple and Google

    The battle over encryption of consumer internet users’ data…

  19. U.S. NSA director makes another visit to Silicon Valley

    Adm. Michael S. Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, said on Monday…

  20. Edward Snowden’s privacy tips: ‘Get rid of Dropbox,” avoid Facebook and Google

    According to Edward Snowden, people who care about their privacy should stay away from Google, Facebook, and Dropbox…

  21. Tim Berners-Lee: You should own your personal data, not Google, Facebook, Amazon, and advertisers

    The data we create about ourselves should be owned by each of us…

  22. Apple’s iPhone encryption is a godsend, even if government snoops and cops hate it

    It took the upheaval of the Edward Snowden revelations to make clear to everyone…

  23. Short-timer U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder blasts Apple for protecting users’ privacy against government overreach

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder urged Apple to preserve law-enforcement access to smartphones…

  24. Signaling post-Snowden era, Apple’s iPhone, iPad lock out N.S.A.

    This distinguishes Apple from companies that make a profit from collecting and selling users’ personal data to advertisers…

  25. What if Osama bin Laden had an iPhone?

    Apple’s decision to release a mobile operating system that is so thoroughly encrypted that the company cannot unlock its devices for authorities…

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