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Shareholder Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Apple

He’s accusing Apple of ‘misleading investors’ and suing the Estate of Steve Jobs. STEVE. JOBS.

TMZ Claims To Leak iPhone 6 Photos

An image of the new iPhone 5C is seen on screen at Apple Inc's media event in Cupertino

Larger than iPhone 5, similar to fifth-gen iPod

Microsoft In Talks For Store Location On Fifth Ave -- Right Next To Apple

They’re bringing home the competition

FTC States The Obvious, Says In-App Spending Is Bad

Google Antitrust Probe

After suing Apple and Amazon, the FTC writes a report about companies’ lack of consumer info

Apple Closes Deal On Beats By Dre, Leaves 200 Jobs At Risk

A pedestrian walks past a Beats brand display in the subway system of New York

Support, finance and HR expected to be hit hardest

Jimmy Kimmel Proves No One Knows What A Smartwatch Is

‘It’s kind of, like, old school, but still in style’

Employees Sue Apple Over Labor Code Violations

The leaf on the Apple symbol is tinted green at the Apple flagship store on 5th Ave in New York

Class-action lawsuit claims Apple didn’t provide timely breaks or paychecks

Apple Denies Building Back Doors For Government Surveillance

‘We have designed iOS so that its diagnostic functions do not compromise user privacy and security’

Apple Announces Partnership With IBM

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook speaks on stage about the new iPad during an Apple event in San Francisco

The two tech giants are out to transform mobile industry

Could Former Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney Be Apple's New PR Head?

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney waves goodbye after giving his final briefing at the White House in Washington

Apple looking for someone to ‘put a friendlier, more approachable face on Apple’s public relations efforts’

FTC Sues Amazon Over In-App Spending

‘We’re alleging Amazon failed to comply with a basic principle of consumer protection’

Apple Points The Finger On In-App Spending

Apple lawyer sent email to FTC tattling on Google

It's All Siri's Fault: Apple Loses China Patent Case

People wait on street in front of Apple store as they await sales of new iPad in Apple store in Munich

Chinese war on foreign tech industry continues

Wall Street Says Apple Is No. 1

People wait on street in front of Apple store as they await sales of new iPad in Apple store in Munich

Barrons annual report puts Apple ahead of Berkshire Hathaway, Boeing, Google

Google Ramps Up Bid To Dominate Music Streaming World


Songza bought by Google, hopes to compete with Spotify and Pandora

Report: Apple iWatch Will Debut In October, Ship 50 Million Units

The Apple logo hangs in a glass enclosure above the 5th Ave Apple Store in New York

Will feature 2.5-inch touchscreen display, wireless charging, pulse sensor

Google And Microsoft Will Add 'Kill Switches' To New Smartphones

A man tries out Samsung Electronics' new Galaxy 5 smartphone in Seoul

‘A technological solution has the potential to end the victimization of wireless consumers everywhere’

Apple Lifts Ban On Bitcoin-Trading Apps

Some of Bitcoin enthusiast Mike Caldwell's coins are pictured at his office in this photo illustration in Sandy

Virtual currency apps permitted on condition that they follow all federal and state laws

New iPhone iOS 8 Software Will Make It Harder To Track Your Location

New Apple iOS 7 features are displayed on screen during Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013 in San Francisco

Pro-privacy update hides phones from WiFi signal tracking

Apple Takes A Bite Out Of Beats

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Apple Buys Beats For 3 Billion