Apple busts out new products in 2015, but iPhone still dominates

The tech titan entered new realms this year, with a smartwatch and a subscription music service. Consumer reaction to the new products is still up in the air.

CNET December 7, 2015

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Apple busts out new products in 2015, but iPhone still dominates

The tech titan entered new realms this year, with a smartwatch and a subscription music service. Consumer reaction to the products is still up in the air.

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Twitter tallies the tweeting trends of 2015

Here are the topics that drove the most tweets over the past year. Let’s just say that sex and violence rile us up more than anything else.

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Create your own NBA highlight reel in minutes? We’re almost there

The National Basketball Association is employing technology that can quickly create custom video packages. It’s only a matter of time before that capability is released to fans.

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Obama asks social networks to join fight against ISIS

The president wants the major tech companies to assist in preventing incidents like last week’s mass shooting in California.

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Wi-Fi calling to begin landing on some Verizon smartphones this week

The feature is useful when customers find themselves in an area with weak or no carrier coverage.

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