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New Apple Watch that makes calls turns comic book fantasy into reality

CUPERTINO, Calif. (Reuters) - More than two years after releasing the Apple Watch, Apple Inc has finally been able to replicate 1940s comic strip technology, an advance that analysts say will spur sales.

Apple launches $999 iPhone X in bid to regain innovation lead

CUPERTINO, Calif. (Reuters) - Apple Inc on Tuesday rolled out its much-anticipated iPhone X, a glass and stainless steel device with an edge-to-edge display that Chief Executive Tim Cook called "the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone."

Equifax CEO says company 'will make changes' after security breach

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Equifax Inc "will make changes" after a security breach in July that may have exposed the data of up to 143 million people, the company's Chief Executive Officer Richard Smith said in an opinion piece in USA Today on Tuesday.

Cryptocurrency chaos as China cracks down on ICOs

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's move last week to ban initial coin offerings (ICO) has caused chaos among start-ups looking to raise money through the novel fund-raising scheme, prompting halts, about-turns and re-thinks.

Apple: Will a $1,000 phone deliver a $1 trillion company?

(Reuters) - At around $830 billion, Apple Inc's stock market value on the day of its newest iPhone launch towers over its next-largest rival and has Wall Street asking: Will it be the first listed company to crack the Big T?

Canada watchdog asks Equifax to help citizens impacted by breach

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's privacy commissioner on Tuesday asked credit bureau Equifax Inc to quickly implement a system for allowing Canadians to determine if their data was compromised in a massive cyber attack that the company disclosed last week.

JPMorgan's Dimon says bitcoin 'is a fraud'

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin "is a fraud" and will blow up, Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co , said on Tuesday.

Facebook says some Russian ads during U.S. election promoted live events

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Some of the ads bought by Russians on Facebook last year promoted events during the U.S. presidential campaign, Facebook Inc said on Tuesday, indicating that alleged meddling ahead of the 2016 election went beyond social media.

EU web tax plans go beyond French 'quick fix' turnover levy

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's plans to raise more tax from major internet companies such as Google and Amazon are more ambitious than the levy on turnover proposed by France, the EU presidency said, warning of the possible drawbacks of "quick fix" solutions.

Key U.S. senators demand answers on Equifax hacking

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two key U.S. senators on Monday asked Equifax Inc to answer detailed questions about a breach of information affecting up to 143 million Americans, including whether U.S. government agency records were compromised in the hack.

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