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Cook makes 'generous' donation to LGBT campaign Project One America

12/18, 4:53pm

Apple CEO looks to influence Southern politics

Apple CEO Tim Cook has made a "generous personal financial investment" in Project One America, an LGBT rights effort run by the Human Rights Campaign, according to an announcement. Project One is concentrated on securing marriage and nondiscrimination rights for LGBT people in Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi. HRC says it's interested in "tearing down misperceptions, and providing concrete protections for those who need it most." The organization also lauds Cook for being the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company, calling it a "clear and powerful message" about it being acceptable to be gay.

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Apple adds new regions for Flyover, Siri movie showtimes

12/05, 4:28pm

Australia, France, Germany among new countries with movies

Apple has added a collection of new locations to its Flyover feature in Maps, and new countries to the list that can access movie listings through Siri. In the former category are Avignon, Biarritz, and Perpignan in France; the Grand Canyon and Meteor Crater in Arizona; Devil's Tower in Wyoming, Dunedin in New Zealand, Royal Gorge in Arkansas, and finally Visby in Sweden. Apple has been slowly updating the number of areas with Flyover support since iOS 6 was released in 2012.

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Briefly: AT&T expands LTE coverage; Xbox Music free via Live Gold

11/06, 12:59pm

AT&T deploys LTE network in 13 more cities

AT&T has continued its ongoing LTE deployment, bringing the 4G service to 14 new markets across the US. The expansion includes Fairbanks Metropolitan Area, Arkansas; Galesburg, Macomb and Peoria, Illinois; Des Moines, Iowa; Maysville and Madisonville, Kentucky; Cumberland, Maryland; St. Cloud, Minnesota; St. Joseph, Missouri; Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina; Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; Big Spring, Texas and Winchester, Virginia.

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Sprint adds 28 more markets to LTE coverage

01/17, 1:08pm

Expansion mostly limited to minor towns

Sprint has expanded its LTE 4G coverage to 28 more towns in the US, according an announcement. The new locations are spread out across Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Missouri, Mississippi, Minnesota, Washington, Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona, Michigan, Louisiana, Texas, and Massachusetts. Most of them are relatively minor; some notable names include Branson, Missouri, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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New Paris, Charlotte, Little Rock Apple Stores due on Sat.

08/23, 12:05pm

Retail rush continues

Apple will once again open a round of new retail stores this weekend, says ifoAppleStore. Of the three opening this Saturday, the most important may be the Promenade at Chenal location in Little Rock, Arkansas. The state has never before had an Apple Store, even though Apple was listed as a forthcoming tenant at the Promenade as far back as 2007, before the mall's 2008 opening. Apple has at least a token presence in 44 US states; gaps are still present in Montana, Wyoming, Vermont, West Virginia and both Dakotas.

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Plans emerge for Arkansas, Louisiana, UK, Australian stores

04/01, 11:00am

Two stores surround London

Details of several new confirmed and rumored Apple Stores have emerged. Two in the confirmed category are both planned for the UK; one will be located on the upper level of Festival Place in Basingstoke, 50 miles away from London. Job listings have been up since last week, and construction is already underway. Also currently hiring is a shop that will open in time with the Westfield Stratford City mall in September. The location is just five miles away from London city center, and will be extremely close to the site of the 2012 Olympic Games.

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Person involved in exposing AT&T iPad data put under arrest

06/16, 12:15pm

May not be connected to hacking incident

A hacker belonging to Goatse Security -- the group that exposed AT&T privacy vulnerabilities involving the iPad 3G -- has been arrested following an FBI search on his Arkansas home, reports say. Andrew Auernheimer, 24, is facing four felony charges of possession of a controlled substance, and one misdemeanor possession charge. Cocaine, ecstasy, LSD and various pharmaceuticals are said to have been found at his home.

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