A new report, via unnamed sources, claims that Apple is close to buying Beats Audio for $3.2 billion, which would make it the single largest acquisition in Apple's history.
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A new report claims that Beats, the popular audio company co-founded by hip-hop artist Dr. Dre, is looking to buy out HTC's remaining 25 percent stake in the company as it looks for new investments.
It's not often you come across a brand new phone for good money, but HTC's 8X handsets could be as little as $79 through Best Buy and eBay (excluding the contract), which we'll admit is enticing.
Beats Audio will reportedly feature in HTC's upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices, with the mid-range HTC Accord specifically named as being the first device with the enhancement technology.
Beats Electonics has today confirmed that it has acquired music streaming service MOG for an undisclosed sum, ending MOG's search for a potential buyer and marking a significant milestone for Beats.