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How Dumb Is This Apple iPod Antitrust Suit?
Legal Issues

How Dumb Is This Apple iPod Antitrust Suit?

The trial proceeds without a plaintiff because most class action suits are for the benefit of lawyers, not customers.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt
Turns Out Apple Didn't Start in a Garage After All
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Turns Out Apple Didn't Start in a Garage After All

Steve Wozniak shatters the myth of Apple as a garage company. Not that it matters much.
Ray Hennessey
Apple Faces $1 Billion Lawsuit Over iPod Allegations
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Apple Faces $1 Billion Lawsuit Over iPod Allegations

The suit claims that Apple abused a monopoly position in that iTunes music could only be played on iPods, unfairly blocking competing device makers.
Apple Stock Tumbles Amid Unusual Trading
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Apple Stock Tumbles Amid Unusual Trading

The stock briefly suffered its largest price drop in at least three months.
Apple's $450 Million eBook Settlement Gets Final Court Approval
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Apple's $450 Million eBook Settlement Gets Final Court Approval

The deal resolves claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices.
The 12 Worst Apple Products of All Time
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The 12 Worst Apple Products of All Time

The California tech giant hasn't always been a synonym for success.
 Why Hasn't Samsung's 'Tizen' Operating System Taken Off?
Mobile

Why Hasn't Samsung's 'Tizen' Operating System Taken Off?

Is there really room for a third mobile operating system after Apple's iOS and Google's Android? For years, Samsung has thought so -- but it has yet to deliver.
Kevin Purdy
New Software Kit Tells a Lot About the Apple Watch
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New Software Kit Tells a Lot About the Apple Watch

In addition to a developer's kit, Apple released a set of public documents that reveal a lot about how the new device works.
Karma Allen
Apple to Pay $24 Million for Infringing on Ancient Pager Patents
Patents

Apple to Pay $24 Million for Infringing on Ancient Pager Patents

The patents were granted in the 1990s.
Laura Entis
Nokia Revives the Brand With Launch of iPad Lookalike
Tablets

Nokia Revives the Brand With Launch of iPad Lookalike

The 'N1' comes just six months after the company sold its ailing phones and devices business to Microsoft for over $7 billion.
U.S. FTC Asking Apple About Health Data Protection
Privacy concerns

U.S. FTC Asking Apple About Health Data Protection

The commission is seeking assurances from Apple that it will prevent people's private health data from being used without their consent.
Apple Must Face U.S. Lawsuit Over Vanishing iPhone Text Messages
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Apple Must Face U.S. Lawsuit Over Vanishing iPhone Text Messages

Lawsuit alleges that Apple failed to disclose that it would obstruct the delivery of 'countless' messages.