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Apple pushes launch of HomePod smart speaker to early 2018

SAN FRANCISCO Apple Inc has pushed the launch of its HomePod smart speaker to early next year from December, the company said on Friday, missing the holiday shopping season as the market for such devices becomes increasingly competitive.

UPDATE 1-Apple pushes launch of HomePod smart speaker to early 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 17 Apple Inc has pushed the launch of its HomePod smart speaker to early next year from December, the company said on Friday, missing the holiday shopping season as the market for such devices becomes increasingly competitive.

Apple pushes launch of HomePod smart speaker to early 2018

Nov 17 Apple Inc has pushed the launch of its HomePod smart speaker to early next year from December, the company said on Friday.

BRIEF-Apple to delay HomePod speaker system until "early 2018"- CNBC‍​

* Apple to delay HomePod speaker system until "early 2018"- CNBC‍​

Google buys plot near Apple's planned Danish data center

COPENHAGEN Alphabet Inc's Google said it has bought a plot of land in southern Denmark adjacent to a planned Apple Inc data center to make sure it has the option of building one there too.

Google buys plot near Apple's planned Danish data centre

COPENHAGEN, Nov 17 Alphabet Inc's Google said it has bought a plot of land in southern Denmark adjacent to a planned Apple Inc data centre to make sure it has the option of building one there too.

Big businesses from Apple to Walmart say train suppliers to stamp out slavery

(This version of the story corrects the number of workers helped in paragraph 6)

CORRECTED-Big businesses from Apple to Walmart say train suppliers to stamp out slavery

LONDON, Nov 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Businesses striving to stamp out slavery from their supply chains should not dismiss struggling suppliers but train them to improve the lives of workers, and technology can play a part, leading companies including Apple and Walmart said on Wednesday.

Vietnamese researcher shows iPhone X face ID 'hack'

HANOI A researcher in Vietnam has demonstrated how he apparently fooled Apple Inc's face recognition ID software on its new iPhone X using a mask made with a 3D printer, silicone and paper tape. | Video

Foxconn's third quarter profit tumbles after iPhone X production hurdles

TAIPEI Taiwan's Foxconn reported a 39 percent slide in quarterly profit, far worse than expected, as the assembler of Apple Inc products saw margins squeezed by production bottlenecks for the iPhone X. | Video

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