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Apple ordered to pay $145M in damages for patent infringement

Apple ordered to pay $145M in damages for patent infringement

Apple must pay Canadian patent licensing company WiLan $145.1 million in damages for patent infringement, a California jury ruled Wednesday.The jury said that some iPhone models infringed two WiLan wireless communications technology patents.
Apple hangs onto its historic $1 trillion market cap

Apple hangs onto its historic $1 trillion market cap

Apple hit a market cap of $1 trillion on Thursday — and hung onto the record valuation at market close — as the iPhone maker became the first publicly traded U.S. company to reach $1 trillion.
Apple’s purchase of Shazam is now under investigation by the EU

Apple’s purchase of Shazam is now under investigation by the EU

The EU has launched an investigation into Apple’s acquisition of music identification service Shazam. It’s concerned that the deal could shrink consumer options for mobile music streaming services within the EEA (European Economic Area).
Apple's iPhone X will be killed off this year, analyst says

Apple's iPhone X will be killed off this year, analyst says

Apple iPhone X is likely to be discontinued this year if earnings from one of the company's top suppliers is anything to go by, according to an analyst.
We put Apple's iPhone X up against Google's Pixel 2 — and Apple’s phone is still king

We put Apple's iPhone X up against Google's Pixel 2 — and Apple’s phone is still king

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Apple Is Planning to Launch a News Subscription Service

Apple Is Planning to Launch a News Subscription Service

Apple Inc. plans to integrate recently acquired magazine app Texture into Apple News and debut its own premium subscription offering, according to people familiar with the matter. The move is part of a broader push by the iPhone maker to generate more revenue from online content and services.
Apple Sued an Independent iPhone Repair Shop Owner and Lost

Apple Sued an Independent iPhone Repair Shop Owner and Lost

Last year, Apple’s lawyers sent Henrik Huseby, the owner of a small electronics repair shop in Norway, a letter demanding that he immediately stop using aftermarket iPhone screens at his repair business and that he pay the company a settlement.
Apple has a new 2019 plan for its most powerful Mac yet — and the stakes are especially high

Apple has a new 2019 plan for its most powerful Mac yet — and the stakes are especially high

Apple told TechCrunch that it plans to release a new Mac Pro computer in 2019 — a desktop computer that will set the tone for the developers and businesses that are critical to the company's future.
Facebook's Zuckerberg fires back at Apple's Tim Cook

Facebook's Zuckerberg fires back at Apple's Tim Cook

Facebook's chief executive has defended his leadership following criticism from his counterpart at Apple. Mark Zuckerberg said it was "extremely glib" to suggest that because the public did not pay to use Facebook that the firm did not care about them.
Apple revamps privacy controls to let users download their data

Apple revamps privacy controls to let users download their data

Apple Inc. is revamping privacy controls for its devices and cloud services to comply with strict new European rules as Facebook Inc. faces a user privacy backlash.


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