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Apple at 40: People, Products and Moments That Shaped the Company
Happy Birthday, Apple! On April 1, 1976 -- 40 years ago today -- Steve Jobs , Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne formed Apple Computer , a company that would one day transcend computers -- changing the way we communicate, create and connect, and even reshaping the foundation of the recording industry.
LeBron: The Sequel
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's Feb. 27 Entertainment Issue. "When LeBron was playing with the Heat, they went to Cleveland, and he wanted to spend the night. They don't do overnights. Teams just don't. So now [coach Erik] Spoelstra has to text [president Pat] Riley and say, 'What do I do
What to Expect From Dr. Dre’s 'Compton'
Tomorrow Dr. Dre will drop his first album in nearly 16 years. He of course will premiere the album on Apple Music tonight by playing the album on repeat. At midnight it will appear on iTunes. Dre’s alliance with Apple shouldn’t be surprising when you consider the company's recent acquisition of
Apple Music Launch: Hands on With Apple's New Streaming Service
Apple is continuing to change the landscape of the music industry with its launch today of Apple Music, a streaming service offering members access to tens of millions of songs in the iTunes collection. While Apple is late to the music streaming game, it enters the market with one huge advantage:
Apple WWDC 2015: From Apple Music to iOS 9 and a Smarter Siri
Apple 's Worldwide Developer's Conference, a major event for technologists and Apple fanatics looking to the next big thing, kicked off today in San Francisco with a bonanza of announcements. From Apple Music to the latest OS X update named "El Capitan," a smarter Siri and the death of Passbook in
Beats' Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine Slapped with Lawsuit
A former business partner in Beats Electronics has filed a lawsuit stemming from the sale of the headphone company to Apple.
Ballmer, Sterling trust strike $2B deal
The Sterling family trust has signed an agreement to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer for $2 billion, sources told ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne. The agreement was signed Thursday and was sent straight to the NBA for final approval, sources said. Banned
Steve Ballmer bids $2B for Clippers
The Sterling family trust has signed an agreement to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer, sources tell ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne. Sources confirmed to ESPN earlier Thursday evening that Ballmer had submitted a bid of $2 billion. The agreement is going
Dish Network (DISH) to Accept Bitcoin Payments
Morning Money Memo… Dish Network says it will become the largest company so far to accept payment in bitcoin. The satellite TV provider says it will begin accepting the digital coins through payment processor Coinbase by September. Coinbase will instantly convert the bitcoins into cash,...