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Apple debuts new iPhone discounts, subsidies to gain ground in India

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Apple is continually trying new methods to get its products into the hands of Indian consumers, and the Cupertino company recently rolled out a range of new offers to attract iPhone buyers in the world's second-most populous coutnry....
Apple debuts new iPhone discounts, subsidies to gain ground in India

Apple levels its latest patent complaints at Samsung's Galaxy S4

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Apple is yet again pursuing patent infringement claims against Samsung (and Samsung is counter-suing Apple too). The pair's newest patent battle is happening in the US District Court of Northern California and it's a similar lawsuit to the infringement case heard last year that resulted in a $1.05 billion...
Apple levels its latest patent complaints at Samsung's Galaxy S4

ITC judge: Apple did not violate Motorola patents

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In a preliminary ruling, the US International Trade Commission has again found that Apple's iPhone did not infringe on a Motorola patent regarding proximity sensors, another win for the Cupertino company in a string of almost-exclusively favorable ITC rulings. Judge Thomas Pender ruled again that the Motorola patent, now owned...
ITC judge: Apple did not violate Motorola patents

Apple overtakes Nokia in global mobile web usage for first time

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According to new statistics released on Monday, Apple's share of global mobile internet usage surpassed that of Nokia's in the fourth quarter of 2012, making the Cupertino company the number one mobile web presence in the world....
Apple overtakes Nokia in global mobile web usage for first time

Apple, LG dodge Alcatel-Lucent's patent bullet

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French telecom Alcatel-Lucent has lost a patent case against Apple and LG that it hoped might bring a much-needed cash infusion. In a trial that began November 27, lawyers representing Multimedia Patent Trust (MPT), a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, had asked a San Diego jury to award their client $172...
Apple, LG dodge Alcatel-Lucent's patent bullet

Apple's map woes continue as media, users pile on

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Apple's decision to go with its own mapping solution for iOS 6 has turned into something of an embarrassment, even as the company's iPhone 5 racks up phenomenal sales. What began with some scattered reports of shortcomings in iOS 6's maps has turned into a veritable deluge of criticism and...
Apple's map woes continue as media, users pile on

Samsung handed loss in Japan patent case against Apple

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A Japanese court on Thursday handed down a favorable ruling for Apple in a patent lawsuit Samsung filed against the Cupertino company over certain mobile devices....
Samsung handed loss in Japan patent case against Apple

Kantar: Apple gets 53.3 percent of US smartphone sales

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The phenomenal sales of Apple's iPhone 5 helped boost the Cupertino company to its highest-ever share of US smartphone sales according to stats from over the past 12 weeks. Kantar Worldpanel ComTech released a new analysis of the US smartphone market in the current quarter, finding that the release of...
Kantar: Apple gets 53.3 percent of US smartphone sales

The unspoken truth about Apple

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Despite its unparalleled cool factor -- and profits -- the Cupertino company's products aren't always the highest of the high-end. By Don Reisinger, contributor FORTUNE -- Apple has created a brand identity that, seemingly, no other company in the technology industry can match. And although the company's reputation is partly...
The unspoken truth about Apple

Apple hires former Windows security hacker to strengthen OS X

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It was discovered on Thursday that famed hacker and former Microsoft employee Kristin Paget is now working for Apple as a core operating system security researcher, suggesting the Cupertino company is beefing up OS X safeguards amid recent Mac-directed malware attacks....
Apple hires former Windows security hacker to strengthen OS X

Chinese court rules Apple must pay over $82,000 to encyclopedia publisher over App Store piracy

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A Chinese court ruled in favor of a suit against Apple leveled by China Encyclopedia Publishing House Ltd., which asserted the Cupertino company was liable for the sale of unauthorized digital copies of its encyclopedia found on the App Store....
Chinese court rules Apple must pay over $82,000 to encyclopedia publisher over App Store piracy

Apple introduces 4th-generation iPad

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At Apple's media event today, the Cupertino company introduced an updated version of its iPad tablet, giving the device a boost in performance as well as compatibility with Apple's new Lightning connector standard. The fourth-generation iPad features an A6X processor which is said to double CPU, graphics, and image processing...
Apple introduces 4th-generation iPad

Apple's new VP brings retail store expertise

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For its first big hire of the post-Steve Jobs era, famously insular Apple has turned to an outsider. The Cupertino company announced Tuesday that it has hired John Browett, CEO of European electronics retailer Dixons... Presented By: Chicago Booth Business Forecast   Ads by Pheedo...
Apple's new VP brings retail store expertise
Apple’s stock projected to reach $2,000 by the end of 2015
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IDC: Worldwide Tablet Shipments Hit A Record Total Of 52.5M Units In Q4 , Including 22.9M iPads

iPhone 4S inventory finally catches up with demand

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After months of delayed shipments, the iPhone 4S is back in stock at Apple’s online store. According to Apple’s website,  all models and colors are now listed as being in stock. This is a jump from a few weeks ago when shipment times for the 4S were shortened to 3-5 days. The...
iPhone 4S inventory finally catches up with demand
Ahead Of Today’s Apple News, Samsung Files Yet Another Suit In Korea Over iPad, iPhone Models

Judge denies Apple's request to seal financial documents from Samsung trial

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In an order handed down on Wednesday, Apple v. Samsung Judge Lucy Koh denied Apple's motion to keep its financial particulars sealed, however the jurist's ruling was stayed by the Federal Circuit, leaving the Cupertino company's documents sealed pending appeal....
Judge denies Apple's request to seal financial documents from Samsung trial

Samsung's Galaxy Nexus Gets A Reprieve As Appeals Court Overturns Sales Injunction

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After stating that a California district court “abused its discretion,” the U.S. Court Of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has officially reversed a previously-issued sales injunction on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Reuters reports. This whole kerfuffle is centered on one particular patent — #8,086,604 to be specific — which deals with...
Samsung's Galaxy Nexus Gets A Reprieve As Appeals Court Overturns Sales Injunction

Apple to appeal dismissal of federal FRAND suit against Motorola

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Coming on the heels of Google's agreement with the FTC, Apple on Friday filed a notice of appeal with a Wisconsin district court over its FRAND-related suit against Motorola, a case that was previously dismissed after the Cupertino company agreed to licensing terms laid out by the court....
Apple to appeal dismissal of federal FRAND suit against Motorola

With Its Launch Looming, Apple Seeks Injunction To Stop Galaxy S III Sales

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Eager Samsung fans have been waiting patiently for their chance to purchase the long-awaited Galaxy S III on June 21, but that wait could turn out to be longer than expected if Apple has their way. Apple got their hands on an international version of the Galaxy S III not...
With Its Launch Looming, Apple Seeks Injunction To Stop Galaxy S III Sales
Apple Pulls Messages For Mac Beta Ahead Of Mountain Lion Launch Next Month
The Justice Department probing Apple and five major US publishers over alleged price fixing of electronic books

Penguin Books CEO gives mixed testimony in Apple e-books suit

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On day two of the U.S. Department of Justice's antirust suit against Apple, Penguin Books CEO David Shanks took the stand to offer testimony regarding the Cupertino company's role in an alleged e-book price fixing scheme.    ...
Penguin Books CEO gives mixed testimony in Apple e-books suit

Apple still by far the world's most valuable brand name

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Once again, the strength of Apple's products has led to the Cupertino company being honored as the most valuable brand in the world, topping not only tech rivals like Google and Microsoft, but also giants of industry like McDonald's and Coca-Cola.    ...
Apple still by far the world's most valuable brand name

Apple Files For “iTunes Live” Trademark

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Apple has been filing applications for quite a number of trademarks lately, most of which get rigorously tracked and dissected by sites like PatentlyApple.com, among others. But somehow, the most recent applications filed by Apple trademark correspondent Lisa G. Widup have gone unnoticed. Until today. Looks like Apple earlier...
Apple Files For “iTunes Live” Trademark

Apple's Cook may testify in ongoing DoJ e-book lawsuit

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Apple CEO Tim Cook may give testimony in the U.S. Justice Department's suit against the Cupertino company, which alleges that collusion with major publishing houses led to the false inflation of e-book prices in the iBookstore....
Apple's Cook may testify in ongoing DoJ e-book lawsuit

Apple: trial win means more than money or patents

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The Cupertino company says verdict sends message that "stealing isn't right." [Read more]...
Apple: trial win means more than money or patents

Apple likely to have broken SEC rules with 'bundled' proxy proposals, judge says

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The federal judge presiding over Greenlight's suit against Apple said that the hedge fund's case has a "likelihood of success," agreeing that the Cupertino company probably broke Securities and Exchange Commission rules when it placed three items into one proxy proposition....
Apple likely to have broken SEC rules with 'bundled' proxy proposals, judge says
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