• Apple's fastest-growing business isn't the iPhone - but that's still what investors care the most about

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Apple made 62% of its revenue from iPhones last year - but that segment is quickly losing ground to Services.
    Services - like iTunes and the App Store - have grown by a third, the company said in its last earnings report.
    However, UBS data show that iPhone sales are still at the front of investors' minds.
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    Apple sold a whopping 52.2 million iPhones during the second-quarter.
    While that's a huge number, one that netted the company $61 billion in revenue, more focus has been given recently to Apple's Services businesses. That line - which has...
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  • Snapchat is going after Facebook with new tools for developers designed to prevent another Cambridge Analytica from happening

    Snapchat is going after Facebook with new tools for developers designed to prevent another Cambridge Analytica from happening

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Snapchat has opened its platform up to developers for the first time with the release of Snap Kit, tools that let app makers integrate Snapchat features into their own apps.
    Snap Kit also paves the way for you to log into other apps, like Tinder, with your Snapchat account.
    Snapchat is emphasizing user privacy, and will only allow developers to collect your display name and Bitmoji. That's a clear counterpoint to Facebook's more liberal data-sharing policies.
    Snap, the company behind Snapchat, introduced on Thursday a long-awaited tool developers have been asking for: Snap Kit, a tool for...
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  • App Maker, Google's low-code tool for building business apps, comes out of beta

    App Maker, Google's low-code tool for building business apps, comes out of beta

    5 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    It's been a year and a half since Google announced App Maker, its online tool for quickly building and deploying business apps on the web. The company has mostly remained quiet about App Maker ever since and kept it in a private preview mode, but today, it announced that the service is now generally available and open to all developers who want to give it a try.
    Access to App Maker comes with any G Suite Business and Enterprise subscription, as well as the G Suite for Education edition. The overall idea here is to help virtually anybody in an organization - including those with little to...
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