TC Roundup: Apple apologises for iPhone update bug and releases new iOS 8.0.2
Apple Apologizes For iPhone Update Bug And Releases New iOS 8.0.2: Apple has moved quickly to release iOS 8.0.2, the update that fixes iOS 8.0.1's problem of zapping cellular reception on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices. It also includes all the fixes listed in iOS 8.0.1 originally, including a fix for the HealthKit bug that held up release of compatible Health apps in iOS 80 (TechCrunch).
BlackBerry Posts Smaller-Than-Expected Loss: BlackBerry Ltd. on Friday posted a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss, but revenue fell short of expectations, suggesting the company's attempt to revive its fortunes from the sale of new devices, software and mobile security services aimed at the enterprise market remains far from certain (The Wall Street Journal).
Intel invests $1.5B in a holding company for two Chinese chip makers: Intel has invested $1.5 billion in Tsinghua Unigroup, a state-owned holding company that operates two Chinese chip manufacturers, as part of a plan to accelerate the adoption of Intel's own chips in the Chinese market. (Venture Beat)