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As the sales of Apple iPhones went through a global slowdown except in India, the Cupertino-based tech giant's CEO Tim Cook has announced that the company plans to soon open retail stores in the country. Cook’s comments come weeks after the Indian government changed its FDI policy, which paved way for Apple and other companies to open single brand retail stores in the country. Apple's third-quarter net income plunged 27 percent to $7.8 billion on a decline of iPhone sales. It sold 40.4 million iPhones in the quarter, compared with 47.5 million in the same period of 2015.
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Facebook's Surround 360, its 17-camera array designed to capture video in 360 degrees is now open source -- meaning Facebook is making the blueprints available for free to everybody who wants to build a camera. The company has also made available the stitching software used to piece together those types of videos. The goal is to encourage camera makers and videographers to shoot more footage in the experimental format and, of course, share it on Facebook, The Verge reports.
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