Apple's impressive buying power, a store coming to WatchOS?
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Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC that the company has bought 20 to 25 companies in the last six months, and that's up from 18 and 2018.
That works out to about one acquisition every two to three weeks.
Cook said Apple works with over $225 billion in spending cash on hand according to the company's latest earnings report.
With Google IO upon us, one last round of Pixel 3A rumours has hit, supposedly the light model of Google's flagship device won't include headphones in the box For it is likely to include a 3.5 mm headphone jack on board.
Keep checking C-net all day with the latest on Google news from Ness to Android, Google assistant and more and finally, it appears Apple is ready to bring a store to the Apple watches OS According to Bloomberg, the new update is expected to be announced at the companies annual developers conference, WWEC, which begins June third.
Other rumored updates to the watch OS software include new faces, complications, and a voice memo app.
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