Apple Music marketing features artists whose labels publicly oppose Apple's terms & haven't signed on

Apple Music’s pre-launch marketing campaign has prominently featured big-name independent artists like FKA Twigs and Alabama Shakes, even as their record labels have publicly opposed the new service’s financial terms and indicated that they are not yet on board.



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Secret Apple lab allows early Apple Watch access to developers from Facebook, BMW, others

Apple reportedly granted developers from big-name companies monitored access to Apple Watch at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., in hopes of building out a solid initial app offering when the device launches in April.



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Apple responds to Silicon Valley gender gap, sends recruiters to 'Women in Computing' conference

In a bid to even the Silicon Valley gender gap, Apple, along with other big-name tech companies, sent “hundreds” of employees to recruit students attending this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference.



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Apple to routinely inform users of government data requests

It was reported on Thursday that Apple will be joining a growing cadre of big-name tech companies that are revising privacy policies regarding “secret” requests for user data, a move opposing the U.S. government’s recommendations.



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