Sunday, April 23, 2017 | Updated at 3:27 PM ET

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Apple is rolling out the Apple TV tvOS 10.2 4th Beta for developer testing on Apple TV.

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Lawmakers in five US states have introduced legislation that would give you the “right to repair” electronics, including smartphones.

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Apple is expected to make the first batch of 2017 iMacs VR ready. The new iMacs will also feature AMD Radeon Polaris graphics chips in a bid to improve gaming experience and performance on iMacs.

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With its newly launched I-Phone 7, Apple is ready with the new version of its laptop series Macbook Pro.

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Cydia lovers and iPhone hackers are eager for a working iOS 9.3 jailbreak, and rumors have the release date from either Taig or Pangu coming before Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference this year (WWDC 2016).

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Apple's revenue declined last quarter for the first time since well before the iPhone existed. Here's what happened, and what it means.

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Apple stock took a hit on April 26, something that was unprecedented for the the soaring company. This was not good in particular for the iPhone, which sales were down. It's hard to know what the solutions will be but under the leadership of Tim Cook, there will likely be a solution in sight.

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Steve Wozniak, one of the founders of Apple offered up a Reddit AMA recently in which he opened up about his opinions on growing businesses and the keys to success. Here are some takeaways from the Q&A.

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If you're wondering what Google's new set of offices will look like, an early set of mockups has been released to show its possible appearance once constructed. The images feature a quirky and unique design.

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Apple told Univision this week that the FBI's demand for weaker security on iPhones could give the government more power to track immigration.

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Silicon Valley has a diversity problem. It also has a lot of money. Some of that money is now going to Washington, D.C.

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The proposal to force Apple to accelerate recruitment of executives and board members from more diverse backgrounds failed at the company's shareholders meeting over the weekend. After CEO Tim Cook and Apple pushed against the measure, the proposal was voted down by investors by a big margin.

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Here's the free speech argument Apple may end up using to defend itself and its encrypted devices.

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The American public is leaning toward the FBI in the bureau's dispute with Apple to unlock an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino shooters. Those who support Apple and say the phone should remain locked are planning to protest to show their support for the technology company.

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A federal judge has ordered a defiant Apple to help the FBI crack a secure iPhone that belonged to one of the shooters in the San Bernardino attack. How did this happen?

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Apple briefly lost the title of world's most valuable company this week, as Alphabet (Google's parent company) overtook the Cupertino tech giant on a stock bounce the day after it released its quarterly earnings report late Monday.

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