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With $50M in ad commitments, Verizon's Go90 launches to #14 in iOS entertainment app rankings

According to app-tracking company App Annie, Verizon's Go90 mobile video service landed at No. 14 in the "entertainment" category of Apple's U.S. App Store in its first 24 hours of availability, behind the likes of Netflix (No. 1), Hulu (#2), Kylie Jenner Official App (#8), Recolor- Coloring Book For Adults (#9) and Triller- Music Video Maker (#13). However, the app did end up ahead of Comcast's XFINITY TV Go (#19) and HBO NOW (#28).

Amazon's move to pull Google, Apple streaming devices a 'pretty dumb move,' analyst says

By the end of the month, Amazon shoppers won't be able to buy Apple TV or Google Chromecast streaming devices from the online retail giant's website. While ostensibly made to prevent "customer confusion," some analysts are scratching their heads.

Apple Music is a long-term play, says SVP Eddy Cue

Apple SVP Eddy Cue brushed off questions regarding how many Apple Music users would stick with the service after a free trial period expires, and said the company is keen to address roaming fees for iPhone users.

Report: Operators face 2-year customer data monetisation gap compared to Internet companies

Research conducted by Analysys Mason for IT software and services company AsiaInfo found that 62 per cent of operators surveyed felt they were currently at least two years behind large Internet players such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple in their efforts to monetise customer data.

Google, Facebook, others to face fees to advertise to Digicel's mobile users

Digicel, a wireless carrier that counts roughly 13 million customers across 31 markets in the Caribbean and South Pacific, said it will begin blocking display and video ads in mobile web pages and in apps. The carrier said the move will reduce its customers' data usage by 10 percent. And, importantly, the carrier said it will charge companies like Google, Yahoo and Facebook to bypass the block so they can deliver their ads to Digicel customers.

What's the problem with iOS 9's new Wi-Fi Assist?

Wi-Fi Assist is a new tool that lets iPhone users tap into cellular data when Wi-Fi signals are too weak. The problem is: It uses cellular data instead of Wi-Fi, thereby racking up big bills for some folks who are not on unlimited data plans.

Apple's Cook: We have no intention to blend Mac and iOS operating systems

Speaking today at a Box corporate event, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company doesn't have any plans to integrate its two main operating systems, Mac and iOS. "These operating systems do different things. We have no intention to blend them," he said, according to Re/code.

Apple: We sold 13M new iPhone 6s, 6s Plus models in first 3 days of sales, up from 10M last year

Apple said it sold a total of 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus phones during the first three days that the devices were available. The numbers point to continuing demand for Apple's news phones, noteworthy considering this year is an "s" year for Apple, where the company issued improvements to its existing iPhone models rather than an overhauled design.

Apple's iPhone 6s, 6s Plus go on sale as Verizon looks to match Sprint, T-Mobile offers

Sales of Apple's new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus kicked off today around the world as U.S. carriers sought to one-up each other with new offers and promotions designed to get customers to upgrade to the latest smartphones or switch carriers.

Apple devs on Twitter: About that Xcode malware issue...

Malware attacks are never fun, and developers sounded less than amused by a security issue in Apple's App Store involving a modded version of Xcode.