On Wednesday, the California tech company announced the launch of Apple Music, iTunes, Movies and iBooks in China -- and added that its music service would be coming to Android this fall.
As demand for Uber grows in Beijing, the company has launched a new "People's Uber" ride-sharing service at rates below its own UberX.
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The education market is a big segment of computer and tablet sales in the U.S. and new data claims, "the iPad is beginning to cannibalize a material portion of PC sales in this market."
The company warned that sales in the August-October quarter will continue declining on a sequential basis. CEO Dell says the company is "transforming" its business.
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Video streaming and download site blinkbox has secured content from BBC Worldwide to sell for £1.90 an episode -- including Top Gear and Doctor Who, surprisingly