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Steve Jobs has announced his resignation as Apple's CEO and decision to serve as Chairman of the Board

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...Steve Jobs resigns forced by pancreatic cancer?   Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in Europe blocked by Apple.   iCloud – a new platform for developers.   Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, has announced his resignation as CEO of the company and decision to serve as Chairman of the Board last night.  [googlead tip="patrat_mic" aliniat="dreapta"]   Steve Jobs, who has fought a long-running batt...

Wall Street analysts have predicted that Apple will become the world's first trillion-dollar company when its shares top $1,000 each

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...Steve Jobs, said: “We could have sold more if we’d had more supply. We could not be happier.” Apple also sold a record 15.43 million iPads over the quarter, more than double the number of a year ago. Research group Gartner also said the company overtook Samsung as the world’s top smartphone maker last quarter. Apple’s growth is expected to be driven by sales in China, where Janu...

Apple has been accused by US Senate of being among America's largest tax avoiders

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Apple has been accused by US Senate of being “among America’s largest tax avoiders”. A Senate committee said Apple had used “a complex web of offshore entities” to avoid paying billions of dollars in US income taxes. But it said there was no indication the firm acted illegally. Apple chief Tim Cook will go before the panel on Tuesday. In prepared testimony Apple said...

A US court has ruled that Samsung should pay Apple $1.05 billion in damages in an intellectual property lawsuit

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...m the US market. Samsung has said it will appeal against the ruling. “We will move immediately to file post-verdict motions to overturn this decision in this court and if we are not successful, we will appeal this decision to the Court of Appeals,” a statement from Samsung said. A US court has ruled that Samsung should pay Apple $1.05 billion in damages in an intellectual property law...

Apple has lost its appeal against a UK ruling that Samsung had not infringed its tablet design rights

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Apple has lost its appeal against a UK ruling that Samsung had not infringed its tablet design rights. A judge at the High Court in London had originally ruled in July that the look of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab computers was not too similar to designs registered in connection with the iPad. He said at the time that Samsung’s devices were not as “cool” because they lacked Apple&...

Apple's plea to ban sales of Samsung's smartphones that violate its patents has been rejected by a US judge

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Apple’s plea to ban sales of Samsung’s smartphones that violate its patents has been rejected by a US judge. Apple had requested the ban after a jury ruled earlier this year that some Samsung products had infringed Apple’s patents. Samsung was also ordered to pay $1.05 billion in damages, a ruling the South Korean firm has since challenged. However, the judge said there was not...

Apple CEO Tim Cook unveils the iPhone 4S - but apart from the voice-control functions, the phone does not offer a huge amount that's new

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Apple CEO, Tim Cook took to the stage at corporate headquarters in Cupertino, California to launch the company’s new iPhone range – iPhone 4S. “This is my first product launch since being made CEO. I’m sure you didn’t know that,” Tim Cook joked. iPhone 4S launch is Tim Cook’s first launch since he took over as CEO from Apple founder Steve Jobs – and seen as a s...

Apple has reported its first quarterly drop in profits in a decade, but said it will raise dividends for shareholders

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...lways takes a very long time between the inception of an idea and commercializing a product.” Apple, which before the latest earnings had $137 billion in cash, has been under pressure to share some of it with shareholders. On Tuesday Apple said it planned to buy back $60 billion in shares, and raise its dividend to shareholders by 15%. The move encouraged investors and Apple’s shares...

Apple is reportedly considering buying a stake in Twitter worth hundreds of millions of dollars

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Apple is reportedly considering buying a stake in Twitter worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The technology giant, which has stumbled on the social media front, has been in talks with Twitter in recent months about the strategic investment, according to The New York Times. Apple’s hefty injection of funds would value the social networking powerhouse at more than $10 billion, up from an...

The Apple Home page has revealed that Steve Jobs had died

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Steve Jobs, Apple founder died today after a heavy and lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. Tributes, led by President Barack Obama, began pouring in within minutes of the company confirming the death of Steve Jobs, the mastermind behind the iPhone, iPad and the iPod at the age of 56. “We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today,” read a statement by Apple’s...

A former Apple executive claimed that the company has had knowledge of labour abuses in some factories for four years

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...enzhen, China, in 2006, and its reports on long hours, crowded accommodation and punishments shocked Apple executives. “We’re trying really hard to make things better,” one former Apple executive told the New York Times. “But most people would still be really disturbed if they saw where their iPhone comes from.” Related search articles:MetArt Staff the new welfare map is this true wifeys in parke...

City officials in San Francisco plan to ban Apple Macintosh computers purchase in local government agencies

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City officials in San Francisco plan to ban Apple Macintosh computers purchase in local government agencies. The move follows the firm’s decision to pull out of a green certification scheme designed to identify which electronic devices pose the least risk to the environment. CIO Journal reported the ban was designed to encourage Apple to reconsider. It noted local officials spent $45,579 on...

Google has announced that it does not want the ruling in the Apple-Samsung patent lawsuit to "limit" consumers' access to Android devices

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Google has announced that it does not want the ruling in the Apple-Samsung patent lawsuit to “limit” consumers’ access to Android devices. A US jury ordered Samsung to pay Apple over $1 billion on Friday after ruling it had infringed several of the iPhone maker’s software and design innovations. Samsung said it intended to appeal. There has been speculation that the news c...

Apple has agreed to pay $60 million to Chinese firm Proview to settle a dispute involving rights to the "iPad" name

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Apple has agreed to pay $60 million to Chinese firm Proview to settle a dispute involving rights to the “iPad” name, a court in China has said. Proview had claimed that it owned the rights to the iPad name in the Chinese market after registering it in 2000. However, Apple had insisted that it had acquired the worldwide rights for the name in 2009. A court in Guangdong had asked the tw...

Samsung must pay $290 million to Apple for copying iPhone and iPad features in its devices

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Samsung must pay $290 million to Apple for copying iPhone and iPad features in its devices, a Silicon Valley jury has ruled. This verdict comes after a previous jury found Samsung owed Apple $1.05 billion for copyright infringement. However, District Judge Lucy Koh ordered a new trial because she said that jury miscalculated the amount Samsung must pay. Samsung is expected to appeal. The juryR...

A US judge has ruled today that Apple conspired with publishers to fix the price of electronic books

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A US judge has ruled today that Apple conspired with publishers to fix the price of electronic books. Manhattan Judge Denise Cote said the iPad maker “conspired to restrain trade”. But Apple’s spokesman, Tom Neumayr, said Apple would appeal against the ruling and fight “false allegations”. Five publishers that were originally named as defendants alongside Apple have...

More than 750 gadget fans spent hours of waiting in line outside Apple's flagship store in New York to get their hands on the new iPad

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Apple was accused yesterday of ripping off consumers as it emerged the next version of the iPhone could render all current accessories obsolete

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...render all current accessories obsolete According to blogger Robert Scoble, the move will also allow Apple tighter control over accessory makers. Apple charges firms to create accessories as part of its “made for iPhone” scheme which approves add-ons, although the firm has never revealed how much it charges to join the scheme. Manufacturers must also buy a special “authentication chip” for some of...

Apple has been ordered to pay damages to rival Samsung Electronics by a court in the Netherlands

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Giant tech company Apple has been ordered to pay damages to rival Samsung Electronics by a court in the Netherlands. The court said that Apple had infringed a patent held by Samsung relating to the way phones and tablet PCs connect to the internet. Apple, which recently became the world’s most valuable firm, has been facing various legal issues. In a separate case, it was fined $2.3 million...

Apple has decided to halt the sale of all iPhone models from its stores in China, after large crowds disrupted the launch of the iPhone 4S

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Apple has decided to halt the sale of all iPhone models from its stores in China, after large crowds disrupted the launch of the iPhone 4S. An Apple store, in the Sanlitun area of Beijing, did not open on Friday after a large crowd gathered outside in anticipation of the launch. The crowd became unruly, throwing eggs. Scuffles broke out with police. Apple has decided to halt the sale of all iPho...

Comex, the JailbreakMe developer claims he has been hired by Apple.

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Steve Jobs resigns forced by pancreatic cancer?   Steve Jobs resigned as Apple’s CEO. Tim Cook is the new CEO.   Comex, the teenage hacker who developed JailbreakMe, an iPhone tool for users to download applications that have not been approved by Apple has been hired, of course, by Apple.   Nicholas Allegra or Comex, as the hacker is better known among iPhone users, has launched Jailbre...

A study finds that Apple’s iPhone 5 is the most hated handset, while the majority of people love the Samsung Galaxy S4

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According to a new research, Apple’s iPhone 5 received the biggest customer backlash following its launch in 2012. One in five posts on social networks were critical of Apple’s most recent handset, with the majority of people complaining about the introduction of a new power socket, the inaccuracy of Apple Maps and how similar the phone was to previous models. Samsung’s Galaxy S...

Apple shares dropped below the $400 mark for the first time since December 2011 amid concerns over slowing sales

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Apple shares dropped below the $400 mark for the first time since December 2011 amid concerns over slowing sales. Apple shares fell as low as $398.11 in Wednesday trading, before ending the day down 5.5% at $402.80. The concerns were triggered after one of its suppliers, Cirrus Logic, which makes sound components for the iPhone and iPad, reported a decline in sales. With Apple due to release its...

Apple has won a key patent case against rival Samsung at the US International Trade Commission

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...But that ban is on hold while President Barack Obama reviews the decision. The President has 60 days to assess the US ITC’s findings, although analysts say he is unlikely to overturn the commission’s decision. “We are disappointed that the ITC has issued an exclusion order based on two of Apple’s patents,” Samsung said in a statement. “The proper focus for the s...