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Fast Food History: McDonald's Opening Day in Russia 25 Years Ago

By Clip Syndicate Twenty-five years ago, Russians finally got to have it their way. McDonald's set up its iconic golden arches in the then-Soviet Union on Jan. 31, 1990, opening its doors to hundreds of patrons excited for their first taste of Big Macs and Happy Meals. The chain's first Soviet restaurant opened on Moscow's Pushkin Square — reportedly the world's busiest — which was recently closed temporarily following state-regulator inspections. While McDonald's truly had a grand welcoming in 1990, it's a different scene today. According to Reuters, the company is opening just 50 restaurants this year — compared to 73 last year — due to a fall in the Russian ruble.

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Apple's Historic First Quarter Results, by the Unbelievably Large Numbers

By Clip Syndicate It has been awhile since Apple caused investors' jaws to drop, but that's what happened earlier this week when it reported results for the first quarter. The Cupertino company set a new record for iPhone sales, thanks to its introduction of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Those sales propelled Apple's quarterly revenue to a new record high, and also set a record for quarterly profits — not just a record for Apple, but a new record for quarterly profits reported by any public company. Ever. This was truly a quarter for the record books and Mashable created a graphic to put those unbelievably large numbers in context.

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ITunes Connect Bug Signed Developers Into Others' Accounts at Random

By Clip Syndicate A bug in iTunes Connect has caused some users to be signed in as a different, random user. iTunes Connect is Apple's suite of web tools that helps app developers manage their App Store content, including contracts and pricing. Connect users began reporting problems Thursday on Twitter. After noticing the issue, Apple disabled iTunes Connect, according to reports. Apple acknowledged that iTunes Connect experienced problems from before noon until about 3:30 p.m. ...Read More »

IPhone on the Sidelines? In NFL, That's Not Allowed

By Clip Syndicate YouTube has its own half-time show, the FAA went out of its way to point out that drones aren't allowed at the Super Bowl, and Facebook will target ads to people logged in during the big game. The NFL experience is getting pretty high-tech -- for everyone, that is, except players on the sidelines. Russell Wilson might pick up a tablet on the sidelines in Super Bowl XLIX, but he won't be able to use it to check his email, play "Angry Birds" or take a selfie. ...Read More »

​Samsung's Biggest Headache Isn't Apple, It's China

By Clip Syndicate Samsung Electronics and its smartphones are usually pitted against Apple's iPhone juggernaut, but the company has a much larger issue down market as it battles in a cutthroat Android market. In Samsung's fourth quarter earnings report, the company said it shipped 95 million phones and 11 million tablets. About 70 percent of those phones were smartphones. It's the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus against Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones. The iPad battles Samsung's various tablets. ...Read More »

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