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Fitbit wins deal with Singapore to supply trackers to potentially hundreds of thousands of citizens

Fitbit wins deal with Singapore to supply trackers to potentially hundreds of thousands of citizens

Fitbit is hoping to shift its business model from relying on hardware sales to selling health plans and governments on software and services.

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Why Apple doesn’t want users to replace their own batteries

Why Apple doesn’t want users to replace their own batteries

The MacBook Pro recall and its subsequent ban from flights underscores the increasing brand risk from problems with lithium-ion batteries.

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Apple software hints at Sept. 10 announcement for the next iPhone

Apple software hints at Sept. 10 announcement for the next iPhone

An image in Apple's iOS 13 beta release to developers could offer a clue to its fall event date where it is expected to announce its newest iPhones.

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Apple software hints at September 10 announcement for the next iPhone

Apple software hints at September 10 announcement for the next iPhone

An image in Apple's iOS 13 beta release to developers could offer a clue to its fall event date where it is expected to announce its newest iPhones.

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The Apple Card has no numbers on it — here’s how to find them to buy stuff online

The Apple Card has no numbers on it — here’s how to find them to buy stuff online

Here's how to find your Apple Card number on your iPhone if you need to make a purchase that requires you to enter in a card number, expiration date and security code.

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I used the new Apple Card for a week in New York City—here’s what I learned

I used the new Apple Card for a week in New York City—here’s what I learned

I used the Apple Card for a week in New York City, here are my key takeaways.

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Goldman Sachs may lose money on the Apple Card in the next recession, Nomura says

Goldman Sachs may lose money on the Apple Card in the next recession, Nomura says

Goldman's first credit card is "highly sensitive" to rising net charge offs, and the bank will begin to lose money if losses reach about 8%, Carcache wrote.

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Apple’s credit card push is about keeping iPhone users — not entering financial services

Apple’s credit card push is about keeping iPhone users — not entering financial services

Apple Card could end up being a smashing success even if it doesn't contribute a meaningful amount to the company's services revenue.

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Apple’s credit card is all about keeping iPhone users from defecting to Android

Apple’s credit card is all about keeping iPhone users from defecting to Android

Apple Card could end up being a smashing success even if it doesn't contribute a meaningful amount to the company's services revenue or end up being Apple's beachhead in the financial...

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American consumers are worrying more about Amazon’s power, a new CNBC survey finds

American consumers are worrying more about Amazon’s power, a new CNBC survey finds

There's been a steady slide toward pessimism among the American public when the topic is Amazon. Whether influenced by politics or not, the changing attitudes may reflect a changing...

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