Apple beats Wall Street expectations; Vudu heads for Mexico

More news from Fierce:

> Apple Inc. is keeping up its economic momentum, selling 35 million iPhones and 12 million iPads on the way to its best second quarter ever. Article

> Vudu, the streaming video service owned by Wal-Mart Stores Inc., is planning to enter Mexico as the first destination in a major international push, Variety reported. Article.

> As China's two online video leaders merge to improve their position in the fast-growing field, three of their rivals are teaming-up to fight back. Article

> Sky has too much money and subscribers to be threatened by the likes of Lovefilm and Netflix, Britain's telecoms and media watchdog Ofcom said. Article

And finally... Runaway cow drops in at McDonald's. Article

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