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Google Drive update makes uploading easy on iOS 8

Google has updated its Google Drive app in the App Store to bring better iOS 8 support. Primarily, with the update, Google Drive will make it easier for you to share and upload files to your Google Drive cloud account from other iOS apps. Additionally, Google says that custom maps created with Google My Maps can also be accessed and shared within Google Drive.

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Apple brings Russian store offline amid wild currency swings

Apple has announced that its online store is currently unavailable in Russia while it reviews pricing. The decision is in response to recent swings in the valuation of Russia's currency — the latest of which has seen the ruble lose as much as 19 percent just today.

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Jury finds for Apple in iPod class-action suit

Apple has won the lawsuit brought against it by disgruntled iPod owners. The group alleged that the company behaved in an anti-competitive manner by keeping competing devices from using their music ecosystem. The jury found that Apple did not act improperly.

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T-Mobile Un-carrier 8 gives you rollover data with Data Stash

T-Mobile has today announced Un-carrier 8.0, introducing its new personal Data Stash feature for subscribers. This new Data Stash will enable anyone who doesn't use up their data allowance for that month to store this remaining balance on their T-Mobile account for use another time. Put simply, you'll be able to automatically save the remaining data allowance each month for free, and then use this hidden stash whenever you run over the limit.

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Apple Pay now supports credit cards that cover 90% of card purchase volume in the US

Since it launched in October, Apple Pay has expanded its support by adding many more banks, credit cards and retailers in the US. Today, the company revealed Apple Pay now supports cards that cover the vast majority of the card purchase volume in the US.

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iTunes class-action suit now in the hands of the jury

After having wrapped up witness testimonies late last week, the iTunes antitrust lawsuit has now reached the jury for deliberation following hours of closing arguments today. At stake in this case is $351 million where plaintiffs in the class-action suit accuse Apple of stifling competition by locking out competing music services from iTunes and iPod music players.

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GT Advanced settlement with Apple gains court approval

GT Advanced Technologies Inc. has won approval for its bankruptcy settlement with Apple from Judge Henry Boroff. The settlement comes after a long saga since October when GT Advanced Technologies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, with both Apple and GTAT pointing blame at each other in unsealed court documents.

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Apple's lawyers say iPod class-action suit is 'made up'

Though it is set to wrap up this week, the drama in Apple's iPod antitrust case heated up again today as lawyers for each side gave their closing arguments. While lawyers for the plaintiffs argued that Apple had no right to restrict access to competing services and devices, Apple's lawyers simply stated that there was no basis for the case in the first place.

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Apple brings holiday cheer to employees with custom Incase backpacks

Apple is no stranger to rewarding its employees. Along with special perks around the office, employees usually end up with a unique Apple-themed gift toward the end of the year as a reward for their hard work. This year, it appears Apple employees will get their hands on a custom Incase backpack featuring a white Apple logo.

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Apple finds sympathetic judicial ears in e-book appeal

Apple's arguments in its appeal for the e-book antitrust case have found sympathetic judicial ears. After having lost the case under U.S. District Judge Denise Cote last year, Apple's appeal to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York seems to be going well, with judges asking questions that seemingly favor Apple's position in the case.

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