Possible Apple TV Plus pricing, Apple Card open to all
This is CNET and here the stories that matter right now, while it was officially announced last spring, details of Apple TV plus the company's premium video streaming service, if you have to surface until now, Bloomberg is reporting Apple TV plus will likely cost $10 a month.
We'll start with a small slate of original shows and grow it over the next few months.
Apple has reportedly spent north of $2 billion in the effort.
Facebook says it will hire a small team of journalists to help curate the company's forthcoming news tab.
Expect to see trial versions of the news tab later in the year.
Of course, the integration of human curation, to some raising eyebrows about bias, but other social networks have been using the practice for some time now, though, of course, none are larger than Facebook.
Finally, anyone in the US can now apply for an Apple card after a smaller rollout began earlier this month Apple also announced cashback incentives through partnerships with Uber.
Apple customers can get 3% back through purchases directly from Apple.
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