Tokyo Apple Store Lets Campers out of the Rain, Microsoft Pulls Mocking Videos, Apple Stock Continues Decline
It's been an interesting day in Apple news. IPhone 5S campers
in Tokyo were outside the local Apple Store when a typhoon hit the city. Rather than leaving the campers out in the elements, the Apple Store opened early allowed the camping geeks to come inside out of the whether.
The EU last year adopted a "common position" on how purchases made within mobile and online applications should be treated by operators of app stores. Now, seven months later, Google is drawing praise for striving to comply with EU guidance, while Apple is being rebuked for dragging its feet. Google announced specific steps it's taking, including removal of the word "free" ... Source: E-Commerce Times
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Agency’s future teeters on debt worries, jobs creation (Florida ... Source: Orlando Business Journal
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Dark AgesJust 20 years old, Leo Marcus has already developed a powerful, distinct voice.
First utilising the name Pále, the 2013 collaborative EP 'Playing Truant' saw the producer spar with Benin City vocalist Joshua Idehen.
Since then, the Brighton based artist has switched monikers. Now known as High Lucia, the change has witnessed renewed focus in the producer's output - more often working alone, each track feels ... Source: Clash Music
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Here’s how Apple’s Q3 results stack up against the analyst expectations compiled by Fortune. Revenue grew 6 percent, but Wall Street was expecting more. Earnings per share was marginally higher than expected, at $1.28 per diluted share. Gross margin appears to be roughly as expected, though so far Apple has said only that it is “between 37 and 38 percent.”
iPhone sales were slightly lower than expected, while iPad sales were ... Source: 9to5Mac
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Good morning! Here's what you need to know: Apple Beats On The Bottom Line. Apple reported Q2 earnings jumped 22% year-over-year to $1.28 per share, beating expectations for $1.23. Revenue was a bit light, climbing just 6% to $37.43 billion; analysts were looking for $38 billion. During the quarter, iPhone sales jumped 13% to 35.2 million units, iPad sales fell 9% to 13.3 million units, and Mac sales jumped 18% to 4.4 million units. Apple Huge In China. On the earnings con ... Source: Business Insider
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Apple recorded revenues of $37.4 billion (£21.9bn) in its fiscal 2014 third quarter turning a net profit of $7.7 billion (£4.5bn).
The figures represent a 5.9% climb in revenues from $35.3 billion (£20.7bn) at the same point a year ago, and a net profit increase of 11.6% from $6.9 billion (£4.0bn).
International sales accounted for 59% of the quarter’s revenue.
iTunes billings grew 25% year-on-year, reaching an all-time quarterly high according to Apple CEO Tim Cook – ... Source: Music Week
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