Wednesday, 28 May 2014

[TechRepublic] Apple gets Beats for $3b as security questions linger

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Apple gets Beats for $3b as security questions linger

The good news for Apple today is its final closing of the deal to buy Beats, but in Australia, the question of how Apple ID credentials were obtained remains unanswered.

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