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Tim Cook: Apple Watch “sell-through” reached new high during first week of holiday shopping

Tim Cook: Apple Watch “sell-through” reached new high during first week of holid

Apple CEO Tim Cook told Reuters on Monday that Apple Watch smartwatch’s “sell-through” touched a new high during the first week of the 2016 holiday shopping season. ‘Sell-through” is a measure of the quantity of a product sold to consumers compared with the stock of the product on retail store shelves.

In asserting that the first week of the 2016 holiday shopping season marked the best week in Apple Watch’s “sell-through” history, Cook said that the ongoing quarter is on its way to become “the best quarter ever” for the Apple smartwatch.

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Forbes: Mark Zuckerberg has lost $3.7B in net worth after US presidential election

Forbes: Mark Zuckerberg has lost $3.7B in net worth after US presidential electi

According to a Forbes report, several billion dollars in net worth has been lost by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after the US presidential election on November 8, 2016.

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Capcom officially announces ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite’ game

Capcom officially announces ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite’ game

In an announcement made during Sony's press conference at PlayStation Experience 2016 (PSX 2016) event on Saturday, Capcom officially debuted ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite’ game.

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Over 400 Apple retail stores worldwide fronted with red signage for World AIDS Day

Over 400 Apple retail stores worldwide fronted with red signage for World AIDS D

In recognition of World AIDS Day, December 1, more than 400 Apple retail stores across the world fronted with red signage, and the company's employees working at the stores wore red shirts in place of their standard blue uniform.

Apple has been putting up red logos at its stores on December 1 every year for the past several years, so as to help raise awareness among the people for the global fight against AIDS.

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YouTube now supports 4K live streaming

YouTube now supports 4K live streaming

In an announcement made via a Wednesday blog post, Google’s popular video-sharing site YouTube has revealed that it is launching 4K live streaming for standard and 360-degree videos.

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Ford to start testing self-driving cars in Europe in 2017

Ford to start testing self-driving cars in Europe in 2017

In a Tuesday announcement, bigwig Detroit-based automaker Ford Motors has revealed that it will start testing its self-driving cars on European roads in 2017.

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Bizarre image bug distorts screenshots sent from iPhone 7 Plus to Pixel handsets

Bizarre image bug distorts screenshots sent from iPhone 7 Plus to Pixel handsets

According to recent reports, some of the owners of Google new flagship Pixel handsets – Pixel and Pixel XL – have drawn attention to a bizarre image bug which apparently distorts the screenshots sent to the Pixels from Apple’s newest big-screen handset, iPhone 7 Plus.

Going by the discussions on the Google's product forum, the screenshots which the owners of the Pixel handsets get from the owners of the iPhone 7 Plus handset appear to have some kind of an unexplained glitch.

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VLC Android app will introduce 360-degree video support at some point next year

VLC Android app will introduce 360-degree video support at some point next year

In a recent announcement, VideoLAN - the developer of VLC media player - has revealed that support for 360-degreee video is scheduled to come to the Android version of the VLC app some time in 2017.

The announcement of imminent 360-degreee video support for VLC Android app underscores the fact that VideoLAN will be releasing a new update for the Android port of its popular VLC media popular player which has been available on the Google Play Store for more than four years now.

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Samsung is reportedly in talks with Lenovo to sell its PC business

Samsung is reportedly in talks with Lenovo to sell its PC business

According to a report from South Korean, bigwig device maker Samsung Electronics has efforts underway to sell its global PC business to world's biggest PC supplier, Lenovo. The value of the deal is reportedly more than $850 million.

With Samsung presently in process of restructuring its corporate structure, the report about Samsung's efforts to offload its struggling computer and laptop business comes within months of the company's sale of its printer business to HP, in a deal worth more than $1 billion.

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Microsoft’s popular version of Solitaire comes to iOS and Android

Microsoft’s popular version of Solitaire comes to iOS and Android

In a Wednesday announcement, Microsoft said that it is launching the popular Microsoft Solitaire game on the iOS and Android platforms.

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