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Dec
19

Apple ‘failing to protect Chinese factory workers’ – BBC News


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Apple 'failing to protect Chinese factory workers'
BBC News
Poor treatment of workers in Chinese factories which make Apple products has been discovered by an undercover BBC Panorama investigation. Filming on an iPhone 6 production line showed Apple's promises to protect workers were routinely broken.
Apple's iPhone Suppliers Use Children To Dig In Lethally Dangerous Mud Pits Business Insider
BBC Attacks Apple With Familiar Allegations In Panorama Investigation Over Forbes
BBC Documentary Claims Apple Fails to Protect Chinese Factory WorkersMac Rumors
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Dec
18

Apple Wins iPod Antitrust Lawsuit, Found Not Guilty of Harming Consumers – Mac Rumors


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Apple Wins iPod Antitrust Lawsuit, Found Not Guilty of Harming Consumers
Mac Rumors
Jury deliberations for the iPod antitrust lawsuit Apple faced in court last week began on Monday, and it appears the jury has already reached a verdict just a day later. As reported by The Verge, the jury has sided with Apple, finding the company not
Apple Wins Decade-Old Suit Over iTunes UpdatesNew York Times
Apple wins class-action lawsuit over iPod pricesWRAL.com
Apple Wins Lawsuit Over Policies That Forced iPod Owners To Use iTunesHuffington Post
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Dec
17

Apple Wins Decade-Old iTunes Suit – New York Times


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Apple Wins Decade-Old iTunes Suit
New York Times
A jury took about three hours to reject an antitrust lawsuit — 10 years in the making — that accused Apple of using a software update to secure a monopoly over the digital music market. The eight-member jury in federal court here unanimously
Jury finds Apple not liable of harming consumers in iTunes DRM caseThe Verge
Apple Wins $1B iPod Antitrust LawsuitNPR (blog)
Apple Wins Class-Action Lawsuit Over iPod PricesABC News
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Dec
16

Potential $1 billion Apple DRM judgment is now in jury’s hands – The Verge


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Potential $1 billion Apple DRM judgment is now in jury's hands
The Verge
A jury of eight will now decide whether Apple should pay more than $1 billion for changes it made to its iTunes and iPod software nearly a decade ago. While both of those products have become less relevant in the age of smartphones and streaming, a
Apple lawyer sums up iPod antitrust trial: 'This is all made up'CNET
Jury begins deliberations in billion-dollar Apple iTunes trialArs Technica
iTunes trial: Case over Apple's digital music dominance heads to jurySan Jose Mercury News
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Dec
15

Why Apple’s e-book appeal is a big deal – Fortune


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Why Apple's e-book appeal is a big deal
Fortune
When the Department of Justice charged Apple with conspiring to fix the price of e-books, the case was widely seen in both Silicon Valley and New York publishing circles as an error of enforcement. Why was Apple, a giant in its own right but a new
http://www.wsj.com/articles/apple-heads-to-court-monday-in-e-book-appeal Wall Street Journal

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Dec
14

Apple ends its arguments in the DRM trial, but it’s far from over – The Verge


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Apple ends its arguments in the DRM trial, but it's far from over
The Verge
All the evidence for the $350 million court case against Apple is now in, but what we still don't have is someone to represent the some 8 million who purchased iPods during the class action period. That's an important detail that's still being hashed
Apple worked to block '100 percent' of iTunes competitors from iPodsEngadget
Why You Shouldn't Buy Apple's Hottest Product This Holiday SeasonMotley Fool
Former iTunes Engineer Claims Apple Aimed to Block '100% of Non-iTunes Mac Rumors
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Dec
13

Jesse Jackson Demands Better Wages for Apple’s Contract Workers – Wired


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Jesse Jackson Demands Better Wages for Apple's Contract Workers
Wired
According to the San Jose Mercury News, the protesters, including members of the United Service Workers West union, want Apple to take a leading role in improving treatment of the thousands of security guards, food workers, and other service people who …
Apple service workers seek better working conditionsSan Jose Mercury News
Protesters March On Apple Campus To Demand Better Working Conditions For TechCrunch
Jesse Jackson, Tim Cook and the 'storming' of Apple HQFortune
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Dec
12

Apple Considered This Video Game Image ‘Pornographic’ – Kotaku


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Apple Considered This Video Game Image 'Pornographic'
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Apple's history of prudishness in the face of nudity is hardly anything new, but it really sucks to see overreaching policies de-fang provocative games like massively acclaimed indie hit Papers, Please. The emotionally exhausting immigration sim's
Apple's Ridiculous Censorship of the Nudity in Papers, PleaseWired
Forget Target: Apple is still the biggest company censoring gamesVentureBeat
Apple forces nude immigrants to cover up in iPad version of Papers, PleaseArs Technica
Geek -Gamasutra -tuaw.com
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Dec
11

What’s Behind The New Apple-IBM Partnership? – Forbes

What's Behind The New Apple-IBM Partnership?
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For the Macintosh launch, Apple released their historic 1984 ad during the Super Bowl. The premise was that Steve Jobs' vision of personal computing was a direct challenge to IBM's bland corporate offering. The individual, rather than institutions


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Dec
10

Apple iPod trial will continue despite no plaintiff in case – San Jose Mercury News


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Apple iPod trial will continue despite no plaintiff in case
San Jose Mercury News
The trouble for the plaintiffs arose shortly after the trial kicked off in Oakland federal court last week, when lawyers for Apple argued that the two lead plaintiffs were unqualified because they had not bought specific iPod models sold between 2006
How dumb is this Apple iPod antitrust suit?Fortune
Judge Throws Out Only Plaintiff, Orders Apple Case Over iPods to ContinueWall Street Journal
Antitrust case against Apple on its last legsCNBC
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Dec
09

Apple Is Figuring Out How To Sell An Archetype – TechCrunch


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Apple Is Figuring Out How To Sell An Archetype
TechCrunch
Around the time of the iPhone 5's release, I started thinking of Apple as an archetype factory. By removing extraneous detail and ornamentation, they were trimming down their devices to a definitive essence. They were making conscious decisions to
Apple Inc. is Catching up on iPhone 6 Supply, But Still Lagging DemandMotley Fool
Apple is developing an iPhone that fires LASER BEAMS to map surroundings Daily Mail
Apple (AAPL) Plans to Launch iPhone 6 Mini Version in 2015Zacks.com
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Dec
08

Apple Is Figuring Out How To Sell An Archetype – TechCrunch


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Apple Is Figuring Out How To Sell An Archetype
TechCrunch
Around the time of the iPhone 5's release, I started thinking of Apple as an archetype factory. By removing extraneous detail and ornamentation, they were trimming down their devices to a definitive essence. They were making conscious decisions to
iPad Air Plus: Top 5 Features Users Want To See From Apple's Biggest iPad EverInternational Business Times AU

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Dec
07

Apple iPod Lawsuit Down to One Plaintiff – New York Times (blog)


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Apple iPod Lawsuit Down to One Plaintiff
New York Times (blog)
In a surprising turn on Friday, the lawyers suing Apple in the $350 million case withdrew one of the named plaintiffs after they concluded that she did not purchase an iPod between September 2006 and March 2009, the period in which Apple is accused of …
Steve Jobs Defends Apple in Taped DepositionWall Street Journal
Wheels fall off bid to sue Apple over iTunes anti-piracy shenanigansThe Register
Apple presents evidence that plaintiffs did not purchase iPods covered by lawsuitWashington Post
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