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Paul Devine, accused of taking kickbacks from Apple suppliers, must pay $600,000 plus additional money from foreign accounts in bail.
Apple complains about an iPod-inspired houseware product, shuts down iAd predecessor Quattro Wireless, and reassures iPhone 3G users that iPhone 4 will someday be usable. For real.
Apple's Japan branch has said it will be issuing replacement units to those iPod nano owners affected by faulty batteries.
Dish Network has announced that, come September, the company would be offering subscribers the option of streaming TV content to their iOS devices at no extra cost.
The Japanese government has asked Apple to publish clear information for owners of original iPod nanos affected by overheating batteries.
Sonic Solutions and Widevine have announced they're joining forces to help bring streaming movies to iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android devices.
Apple opened a retail store in Shanghai on Saturday, the company's second in China.
Apple's new London store, in the heart of Covent Garden, is near completion according to local reports, with a red velvet 'curtain' replacing anonymous white...
Apple will open its second flagship store in China this Saturday, the first since 2008.
The USITC is investigating four patent complaints against Apple by computer graphics hardware maker S3 Graphics.
Foxconn plans to raise pay again for workers in Shenzhen, China to put a stop to a string of suicides at its main factory there.
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Foxconn has raised pay among workers in China by 30 percent, but says the raises have nothing to do with a string of suicides at factories there.
About 30 demonstrators provided a noisy start to the Computex trade show in Taipei on Tuesday when they protested working conditions in the tech industry.
Foxconn has put in place a number of plans to deal with a growing problem of suicides at its factories.