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Apple has sold more iPhones than ever before.
78.3 million, to be exact, which just edges out the projected sales for the quarter.
The number also snaps a three quarter in a row streak of declining iPhone sales, but, while the iPhone is doing well, the iPad is not.
This is the twelfth straight quarter of faltering table sales.
We saw the iPad drop to 13.1 million from 16.1 million just a year ago.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanic has left the President's economic advisory consul.
Kalanic said that his join to the group was not ment to be an endorsement but it has been received as just that.
A #delete Uber movement erupted last week after the service dropped serge pricing at JFK Airport which was interpreted as a resistance to the protesting there.
Snap the makers of Snapchat is going public.
The company's valued somewhere between 20 and 25 billion dollars and will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange with a super simple snap.
In its IPO filing, the company is positioning itself as a camera company.
The filing also revealed that Snapchat has 158 million daily users with 2.5 billion photos shared per day.
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