NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) --

Apple

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is

expected to announce a deal

Tuesday to sell Beatles' songs on iTunes, according to a report from the

Wall Street Journal

. The Beatles have not allowed their songs to be purchased on iTunes until now due to a long-running trademark battle between the company and the band's old record label, also titled Apple.

Shares of Apple declined 0.03% in pre-market trading Tuesday to $306.95.

Microsoft

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sold 1 million Kinect devices for Xbox 360 in the first 10 days since its launch, the company said Monday. Microsoft is currently on track to beat its sales target of 5 million devices by year end.

Shares of Microsoft were down 0.73% in pre-market trading Tuesday to $26.01.

Sprint

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has taken the

Palm

Pre out of its stores, according to a report Monday from

Precentral

. The Pre suffered from a lack of app developers who instead flocked to the iPhone and

Google's

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Android platform.

Shares of Sprint rose 1.3% in pre-market trading Tuesday to $3.88.

Facebook

unveiled Monday a

new messaging tool

that will allow people to communicate with each other through e-mail, online chats and texting. Called Facebook Messages, the system also gives users a "facebook.com" e-mail address.

GrubHub

, a Chicago-based online food delivery service, announced Monday it had closed a new $11 million Series C round of funding led by Benchmark Capital. The company has 65 employees and plans to add 30 more by the end of the year.

--Written by Olivia Oran in New York.

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