Apple is producing their own TV show, but Eddy Cue insists that Hollywood has nothing to fear from Apple. Meanwhile, Apple continues its takeover of the music industry with a new royalty rate proposal, and the US Army is ditching Android for iPhones. In other news, Softbank buys ARM for $32 billion dollars.
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- Eddy Cue talks Apple TV, original shows, and what Steve Jobs taught him about Hollywood
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- Army Special Operations Command reportedly ditching Android for iPhone in the field
- Open source vs Apple Part 2: security
- Apple's song royalty rate proposal would hit Spotify right in the wallet
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- Nintendo has doubled in value since Pokémon Go’s release
- SoftBank to buy mobile chip kingpin ARM Holdings for $32 billion
- ARM founder says Softbank deal is 'sad day' for UK tech - BBC News
- Apple Stores Now Selling Sensor-Equipped LED Smart Jump Rope
- Opera browser sold to a Chinese consortium for $600 million
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