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Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Intuit confirms that it is buying Credit Karma for $7.1B in cash and stock, says it plans to keep Credit Karma as a standalone operation
Michael Potuck / 9to5Mac:
Kuo: Apple will release its first ARM-based Mac in the next 12 to 18 months, using an Apple designed chip instead of an Intel processor
Andrew Chung / Reuters:
U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear Apple's appeal to avoid paying ~$440M in damages to VirnetX in longstanding patent infringement case
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