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$25 iTunes freebies, iPad rumors, and the robot apocalypse

Apple's got two new commercials, the former Siri team is building an AI that might take over your world, and you can get some free iTunes credit when you buy an Apple TV.

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Apple celebrates diversity on its website while admitting it needs to do more

Apple debuted a new section of its website centered around the company's diversity and inclusion policy. It contains a new video, a letter from CEO Tim Cook, and the company's U.S. employee demographic data.

Inside Appleā€™s internal training program, Apple University

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The New York Times peers into Apple University, the technology company's internal training resource. A fascinating read, especially if you're curious as to how Picasso relates to Apple products.

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Eve wasn't invited: Integrating women into the Apple community

iOS developer Brianna Wu looks at the ups and downs of being a female engineer in the Apple community.

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We've got the Beats

Serenity Caldwell and special guest star Dan Frakes review the news of the week including OS X Yosemite, Apple's Beats music integration, and more.

Apple, Samsung agree to settle patent disputes outside US

The two rivals will continue to pursue existing patent lawsuits in the U.S.

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iPhone 6: What we know, what we don't know, what we'd like to see

The next iPhone looks to be announced on September 9, which means the rumor mill is in full drive speculating over its purported features. Here are the facts we know, rumors debunked, and some reasoned guesses about what it'll be like.

Reading List: Will we see the next iPhone on September 9? Reply hazy, ask again later

Knock knock. Who's there? Oh, just some Apple news for Tuesday, August 5th.

Will Apple drop Intel chips anytime soon?

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Will Apple ever abandon Intel and use its own ARM processors to power the Mac instead? When the company first released its A7 chip for iOS devices, former Apple exec Jean Louis Gassee rejected such speculation. But now he's having second thoughts.