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2 weeks ago

Apple reportedly looking to increase presence in India with 500 new stores

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Apple reportedly looking to increase presence in India with 500 new stores

After establishing authorized reseller stores in all major cities in India, Apple is reportedly looking to increase its retail presence in the country by opening 500 stores in smaller cities and towns. The Cupertino giant launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in India within a month of their official debut in the US, making it the first time consumers in the country had such early access to the latest iPhones.

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Apple denied appeal in employee-filed class-action suit

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Apple denied appeal in employee-filed class-action suit

Apple's appeal to throw out the class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of all current and former Apple Store employees in California and corporate staff has been denied. The suit alleges that the Mac-maker had violated labor codes by denying employees breaks, and lawyers in the suit claim Apple owes these employees unpaid back wages.

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Steve Jobs' deposition lays blame on record labels for DRM strategy

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Steve Jobs' deposition lays blame on record labels for DRM strategy

In a recorded deposition played in court Friday during the $350 million class-action suit filed against Apple over locking out competing services to iTunes from consumers' iPods, Steve Jobs echoed the same sentiments that were given as testimony by current executives earlier in the week. Jobs said that Apple had an obligation to patch holes and prevent hacks by updating its software continuously to protect its relationships with the record labels, which provided Apple with their catalog of music to sell on iTunes.

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2 weeks ago

Drafts, and what's happening with iOS 8 widget rejections

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Drafts, and what's happening with iOS 8 widget rejections

The developer behind Drafts, a popular time-shifting text app, was told by the App Store review team that he needed to remove their Today view widget from iOS's Notification Center due to the behavior of its buttons. It's one of a growing number of post-review rejections for Notification Center widgets that began with PCalc. Though Apple later reversed its PCalc decision, the company has continued to reexamine other widgets. So, what's going on... and why?

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2 weeks ago

Apple adds nine new Flyover locations to Maps, expands Siri movie listings to 6 new countries

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Apple adds nine new Flyover locations to Maps, expands Siri movie listings to 6 new countries

Apple has been hard at work to provide behind-the-scenes enhancements to its Maps app and the Siri personal assistant service. With the enhancements, Maps now gains Flyover imagery and data for nine new locations while Siri expands her knowledge of movie show times and listings to 6 new countries.

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2 weeks ago

Apple's first employee opens up about Steve Jobs, the creation of Apple II

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Apple's first employee opens up about Steve Jobs, the creation of Apple II

In a rare interview, Apple's first employee, Bill Fernandez, opened up about working with Steve Jobs, his role in building the Apple II computer, and how he played matchmaker to introduce Jobs to co-founder Steve Wozniak.

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2 weeks ago

How to access iCloud Photo Sharing on iPhone and iPad

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How to access iCloud Photo Sharing on iPhone and iPad

iCloud Photo Sharing is part of Apple's iCloud service, and lets you share Photo Streams with your friends and family. You can find these shared streams in the Photos app, under Shared; the list contains any shared streams you've created as well as any you've been invited to. Once you've enabled shared Photo Streams on your iOS device, you'll instantly have access to iCloud Photo Sharing in the Photos app.

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2 weeks ago

Foursquare to launch new iPad app soon

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Foursquare to launch new iPad app soon

At the Mashable Media Summit, Foursquare chief revenue officer Steven Rosenblatt announced that the company will finally be releasing its self-titled app for the iPad. Rosenblatt says that this would allow users to plan their dining and travel experiences while browsing on the iPad from their couches. Foursquare's iPad experience is said to be coming in a matter of weeks.

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2 weeks ago

FCC credits Apple's iOS Activation Lock for declining iPhone thefts

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FCC credits Apple's iOS Activation Lock for declining iPhone thefts

As a result of Apple implementing Activation Lock on its iOS software, iPhone theft cases are on the decline. The Federal Communications Commission published a report in December detailing that iPhone thefts are down by a significant margin in major cities, such as in San Francisco, CA and New York, NY in the U.S. and London in the U.K.

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2 weeks ago

AT&T throttling unlimited data subscribers regardless of network congestion

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AT&T throttling unlimited data subscribers regardless of network congestion

Recent anecdotal evidence of throttling AT&T data speeds on unlimited LTE plans have been confirmed by spokespeople, despite regulatory pressure to eliminate the practice. AT&T users with those subscriptions are still being automatically throttled after they hit 5 GB of usage. This change can be as dramatic as a dip from 23 Mbps to 0.1 Mbps until the end of the billing cycle.

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2 weeks ago

NSFW: Why Mark Zuckerberg needs to shut up about Apple

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NSFW: Why Mark Zuckerberg needs to shut up about Apple

Mark Zuckerberg apparently thinks Apple is charging too much for its products, and said so in an interview this past week. The comment didn't come out of nowhere — Zuckerberg was reacting to a comment Tim Cook made about Facebook's core business model. Who's right?

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2 weeks ago

How to open apps from an unidentified developer in Yosemite

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How to open apps from an unidentified developer in Yosemite

Mac OS X has a couple of great safeguards in place to prevent you from accidentally running malicious applications that might infect or otherwise damage your computer. But that can occasionally also prevent perfectly legitimate applications from running.

Here's how to keep your computer safe and also have the option to open certain software on a case-by-case basis.

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2 weeks ago

Outcome of $350 million iTunes class-action suit rests on single plaintiff

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Outcome of $350 million iTunes class-action suit rests on single plaintiff

Lawyers in the $350 million class-action suit filed against Apple over DRM issues with iTunes withdrew one of their two plaintiffs in the case after it was discovered that the person did not purchase an iPod during the period in question. Lawyers accused Apple of locking the iPod to digital music purchased from iTunes from September 2006 through March 2009 and it appears that one of the plaintiffs did not purchase an Apple music player during that time frame.

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2 weeks ago

Apple entering era of security fear-mongering... from security vendors

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Apple entering era of security fear-mongering... from security vendors

Apple is "entering a whack-a-mole era" when it comes to enterprise security, according to Marble Security, a company that — wait for it! — wants to sell enterprise on additional security products. Sadly, their marketing-masquerading-as-threat-assessment is being passed along as reporting, and that does a profound disservice to people who need to be informed and empowered, not manipulated and scared. So, what's really going on with Apple and security?

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2 weeks ago

Review: Apple Leather Case for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

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Review: Apple Leather Case for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Apple's leather cases for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are only one option out of many you have when it comes to picking protective shielding for your device. What drew me to this case in particular, however, was its thin profile and the ease of which I could remove and put it back on. A few weeks in, is it still as great as I thought it would be?

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