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Volkswagen gets ready to premiere its FahrvergiPhonenügen, the problems with MobileMe finally get laid at the feet of the man responsible, and Apple extends a helping hand in China. The remainders for Monday, April 22, 2013 are working overtime—fighting crime, fighting crime.

World premiere – the new iBeetle Auto Shanghai (Volkswagen Media Services)

For all of you who hoped that Apple would some day make a car, Volkswagen is apparently getting ready to release the new iBeetle, the first Volkswagen that includes an iPhone dock. I’m telling you, people, this is the automotive innovation of 2009.

You are not Steve Jobs (Medium)

A former Engineering Product Manager for MobileMe says that the disastrous launch of Apple’s online service in 2008 was actually Steve Jobs’s fault. Erin Caton argues that Jobs created an environment where people felt too afraid to voice their concerns, which led to the debacle that was MobileMe. Also, it didn’t help when they found Steve giddily pulling out ethernet cables in Apple’s server room.

Apple donating money, devices to earthquake victims in China (Ars Technica)

On its local China site, Apple has announced that it has donated 50 million yuan (roughly $8 million) to the victims of the recent earthquake in the Sichuan region.

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