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20,000 yuan is about $3,000, so he got a little more than just an iPad 2 but he's starting to feel ill as his health is deteriorating. His mother, who had no idea what her son was planning, tried to get in contact with the kidney broker but to no one's surprise, has been unable to reach him.
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Android’s (GOOG) lead over Apple’s (AAPL) iOS may have stopped growing, as new Nielsen figures indicate a “stalemate” in the U.S. smartphone battle among Google, Apple and RIM (RIMM). After shooting to the top spot in under a year, Google holds steady at 36% of the market; Apple and RIM remain at 26% and 23% respectively.
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Unlike Amazon and Google which launched their online music services without the blessing of the music industry, Apple is securing deals with the major record labels first. Besides Warner and EMI, Apple could ink deals with Sony Music Group and Universal Music Group in the next few weeks. If Apple manages to get all four major labels on board, they could rival Amazon and Google with features the other two services could only dream about.
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For the next half-hour Jobs berated the group. "You've tarnished Apple's reputation," he told them. "You should hate each other for having let each other down."
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There have been horror stories floating around for decades about big companies collecting your personal data and beaming it back to the home office. The vast majority of these have been hoaxes, but now a pair of security researchers have discovered that Apple and Android devices have been collecting location data and storing it for months.
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Apple Inc.'s iPhones and Google Inc.'s Android smartphones regularly transmit their locations back to Apple and Google, respectively, according to data and documents analyzed by The Wall Street Journal—intensifying concerns over privacy and the widening trade in personal data.