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After the iPhone 8, analyst suggests Apple will face a 10-year period of volatility

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Even though Apple has long been one of the most successful, profitable and closely-observed tech companies on the planet, it's absolutely dumbfounding how often armchair pundits and analysts manage to get everything wrong about the company. In a dynamic that still defies explanation, Apple's success is rarely applauded; on the contrary, its success is often used to justify the position that the company has peaked and is about to undergo an unforgiving fall from grace.

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Yoni Heisler

December 3rd

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‘Buckyballs’ magnets now available after ban is overturned

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If you need a gift idea for the holiday season, you can now buy small, powerful, rare earth magnets known generally as Buckyballs.

Once regulated and banned because of the danger they pose to kids— they can cause very serious injuries requiring surgery— the magnets are now available for purchase again, following a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit that overturned the ban.

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December 3rd

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The FCC thinks the best feature of AT&T’s new streaming TV plan is illegal

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Ever since AT&T announced that it was launching a $35 TV plan with unlimited mobile streaming for AT&T customers, the FCC has been all over the company's case.

In a first letter, the FCC laid out its problems with AT&T's "zero rating" policy and how it violates the principle of net neutrality. In a response, AT&T said (paraphrasing a little here) "nah, we thought about it, but it's all good." The FCC's response? Not so fast.

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Chris Mills

December 2nd

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Shopping on Amazon is about to get a lot more reliable

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As America's largest peddler of things online, Amazon is no stranger to controversy. It has had to deal with incentivized reviews, fake reviews, paid five-star reviews, and even problems with fake products.

For the first time, it's now taking real action to tackle that last problem. According to Bloomberg, Amazon is building out teams in the US and Europe to tackle fake product listings, all with the aim of making Amazon as reliable and consistent as any bricks-and-mortar retailer.

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Chris Mills

November 29th

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Amazon wants to use livestreamed sports to get people hooked on Prime

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One of the great things about being an Amazon Prime member is that Amazon has more or less kept the price of an annual membership reasonable (it's still less than $9/month) while simultaneously working hard to deliver more perks for existing and new subscribers. In turn, it's not at all surprising that Amazon Prime continues to grow by leaps and bounds. According to recent data compiled by Cowen & Co., Amazon's Prime service now boasts upwards of 50 million subscribers, representing an impressive 23% increase year-over-year.

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Yoni Heisler

November 21st

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Twitter suspends several accounts in alt-right ‘purge’

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Twitter has suspended a number of prominent accounts associated with the so-called “alt-right” movement, in an apparent purge.

A Twitter spokesman said that the company's policies forbid violent threats, harassment and hateful conduct. "We will take action on accounts violating those policies," he said, in a statement emailed to FoxNews.com. Twitter this week also launched new user tools designed to curb hate speech.

The alt-right, short for "alternative right," is a term applied to a mostly unaffiliated group of individuals and organizations who reject mainstream conservatism. Critics of the alt-right accuse the movement of promoting “white identity,” opposing multiculturalism and racist views as part of its effort to defend “Western values.”

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November 18th

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Telsa is officially acquiring SolarCity

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Two of Elon Musk's projects are about to become one, as Tesla's shareholders have "overwhelmingly approved" the proposed acquisition of SolarCity, CNBC reports. Having already gained the approval of SolarCity's shareholders, the deal is expected to be finalized in short order.

Musk owns just over 1/5th of both Tesla and SolarCity. He co-founded Tesla Motors, where he now serves as CEO, and is credited with the idea for SolarCity, which his cousins founded three years after Tesla was born. Musk is also chairman of SolarCity's board, but recused himself from the merger votes on both sides, given the circumstances. 

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Mike Wehner

November 17th

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Samsung’s biggest acquisition ever is an $8 billion bet on the smart Samsung car

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Samsung on Monday announced that it wants to buy Harman for $8 billion in an all-cash transaction. The name must sound familiar, as you might already own some of Harman’s audio products. But that’s not why Samsung is going after the company. Samsung is interested in the bigger picture, which includes Harman’s advanced infotainment technology that may find itself at the core of a future Samsung smart car of the future.

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Chris Smith

November 14th

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Startups, join TechCrunch at CES in Hardware Battlefield

robot-hardware-battlefield-469x266 CES is loud, obnoxious and just too big. It will shave years off your life. I love it. And if you’re a hardware startup, you probably love it too. We’re looking for startups to compete in Hardware Battlefield, where 24 companies will battle for a $50,000 check, a robot trophy and the chance to rise above the noise as the champion of Hardware Battlefield. Apply here. Hardware… Read More

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Matt Burns

November 11th

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Startups, join TechCrunch at CES in Hardware Battlefield

robot-hardware-battlefield-469x266 CES is loud, obnoxious and just too big. It will shave years off your life. I love it. And if you’re a hardware startup, you probably love it too. We’re looking for startups to compete in Hardware Battlefield, where 24 companies will battle for a $50,000 check, a robot trophy and the chance to rise above the noise as the champion of Hardware Battlefield. Apply here. Hardware… Read More

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Matt Burns

November 11th

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