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U.S. jury clears Apple of alleged patent infringement charges in $100 million lawsuit

Apple was cleared of all charges in a $100 million lawsuit from a Canadian firm that alleged that the manufacturer used five of its wireless technology patents without permission.

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Apple among tech companies reported to purchase communications satellites from Boeing

Boeing is reportedly in talks with major tech companies such as Apple and Google in providing "high-throughput communications satellites."

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Apple's new program encourages employees to volunteer in their communities

Apple has started a new volunteer program to encourage employees to give back to their communities.

The Apple Global Volunteer Program is meant to help employees organize and spread the word about volunteer events. The program will also extend Apple's charitable matching initiative, and employees will be able to volunteer their time for matching gifts from Apple.

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Apple said to be expanding trade-in program to include non-Apple smartphones

Apple is reportedly preparing a trade-in offer to encourage people to switch to an iPhone. The new offer is said to be an extension of their current trade-in and recycling program.

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Eddy Cue not a fan of new Steve Jobs documentary

Apple's Eddy Cue, is not a fan of the recent documentary, "Steve Jobs: The Man In the Machine." Cue said the film didn't reflect the Jobs that he knew.

The documentary, which was recently purchased by CNN and Magnolia Pictures, claims to be an honest and critical look at the late Apple co-founder. But Cue, Apple's SVP of Internet Software and Services, said that documentary came across as mean-spirited.

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Save up to 47% on SanDisk memory products at Amazon US

Storing media requires more than just internal memory, especially when SD slots and USB ports are available on various products. Amazon US currently has a sale under way where you could save up to 47% on SanDisk memory products for today only.

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T-Mobile now gives you rollover data on Simple Choice prepaid plans with Data Stash

T-Mobile previously announced Data Stash for postpaid plans only, but now the un-carrier is bringing the same feature to prepaid customers too.

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New Steve Jobs documentary bought by CNN and Magnolia Pictures

'Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine', the latest documentary on the life of Apple's late co-founder, has been jointly acquired by CNN and Magnolia Pictures. The film made its debut this week at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.

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Here's Isetan in Japan's Apple Watch store-within-a-store

Apple's plans to use select department stores around the world to sell its Apple Watch appears to be already underway, with construction of a pop-up store spotted in Japan.

The construction is happening for an Apple Watch store inside Isetan, one of Japan's largest department stores located in Shinjuku. A temporary black box has been set up inside the store with the Apple Watch logo displayed on the side, alongside text reading "Coming soon".

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MacID unlocks your Mac with your Touch ID: Free for 48 hours

Want to be able to unlock your Mac using Touch ID? Now you can. What's more, it's free for the next two days.

Beginning March 16th, the MacID iOS app is free, but only for 48 hours. It's normally $4. It's an app for your Touch ID-based iOS device, and it works in conjunction with a second app that you install on your Mac. MacID lets you lock your Mac with a swipe of the finger on your Touch ID-equipped iPhone or iPad.

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