Eight leading technology companies -- bitter rivals in some cases -- are pushing the White House and members of Congress to rein in government surveillance.
Struggling BlackBerry still has a supporter in the president, who says he must use the device instead of Apple's.
The iPhone maker may not have made any blockbuster deals, but it has been quietly scooping up startups throughout the year that could help improve its products.
The company isn't saying, but the acquisition could be helpful with advertising, iTunes and maybe even Siri.
Shares have bounced 42 percent since hitting a low in April
CEO Tim Cook reportedly cancels plans by marketing execs to expand holiday hours, saying that employees should be with their families.
After the latest court ruling in the tech rivals' patent war, the iPhone maker has been awarded $929.8 million in damages.
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