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At Apple's annual shareholder meeting, the focus was again on CEO Tim Cook, who addressed the company's fortunes (and fortune), with some corporate-governance changes thrown in for good measure.
Foxconn Technology, a supplier for Apple among other tech companies, said on Saturday it had raised wages for its assembly line workers in China by 16 to 25 percent. The move came amid increased public scrutiny over working conditions at its factories.
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed on stage at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. Macworld transcribed Cook's comments on a number of topics.
Shure's SE315 features design and ergonomics that are as good as it gets for in-ear-canal headphones without stepping up to custom models, and audio quality is excellent. The company's $60 CBL-M+-K-EFS cable option adds headset functionality.
Apple on Monday announced that it has asked the Fair Labor Association to inspect Foxconn and Apple's other overseas suppliers for issues related to worker safety.
Kirk McElhearn kicks off our new Ask the iTunes Guy column by addressing some of your questions about iTunes Match.
Sony's new CEO says the company needs to move on from its hardware roots.
Apple is hosting a live performance by Paul McCartney on February 9 on iTunes and Apple TV. Could this be a harbinger of future live content from the company?
Canon's new line of Pixma printers allows wireless printing from your iOS device.
John Browett masqueraded as an ordinary salesman, The Daily reveals its subscriber numbers, and a former Apple product manager unveils the not-so-secret secrets of the iPhone's development.
CIO.com's Tom Kaneshige thinks a case can be made that Apple and other tech companies have improved working conditions in China.
An online petition asking Apple to protect the Chinese workers who make its more popular products has gathered more than 162,000 signatures in just over a week.
Tim Cook shoots off an email, Donald Trump shoots off his mouth, and the new iPod nano may shoot (not great) pictures.
Speaking at the D: Dive into Media conference, Neil Young says that he was talking to Steve Jobs about improving digital music download quality before the former Apple CEO's death last year.
Apple's "hobby" product, Apple TV, sold a record 1.4 million units in Apple's most recent financial quarter, according to CEO Tim Cook.
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