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A person plays Candy Crush Saga on his tablet in Lille, northern France. This year, mobile games revenues are expected to fly past console games and hit more than $30 billion worldwide. Philippe Hugen /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple TV, App Makers Try To Move Casual Gamers To Bigger Screen

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In Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, director Alex Gibney turns a critical lens on the Apple co-founder and his products. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Siri's answer to the brain-teaser question "What's zero divided by zero" generates a response that people find both funny and unnerving. NPR hide caption

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Asked To Divide Zero By Zero, Siri Waxes Philosophical (And Personal)

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Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue speaks about Apple Music during the keynote at the annual developers conference. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple Bets Big That You'll Start Paying To Stream Music

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Taylor Swift accepts the award for top artist at the Billboard Music Awards. Swift's receiving the lion's share of credit for forcing Apple to pay artists to stream their music, even during a free trial period for users. Chris Pizzello/Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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An Apple I computer, built in 1976, is displayed during the First Bytes: Iconic Technology From the Twentieth Century, an online auction featuring vintage tech products at the Computer History Museum in 2013 in Mountain View, Calif. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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ResearchKit, presented by Apple's Jeff Williams in March, enables app creation to aid medical research. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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The Promise And Potential Pitfalls Of Apple's ResearchKit

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Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks Sept. 9 during an event at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, Calif., where he unveiled the Apple Watch. The device officially goes on sale Monday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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As Apple Watch Launches, Taking Stock Of Competitors And Possibilities

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The new emojis on Apple's operating system are racially diverse and they also feature a diverse group of families. courtesy of 9to5mac hide caption

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In Beta Release, Apple Introduces New, Racially Diverse Emojis

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