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Apple lawyers blast media for wanting to show dead man in Steve Jobs' video deposition

Apple lawyers blast media for wanting access to Steve Jobs' video to show 'dead man'

We reported earlier today that news outlets were petitioning to have Steve Jobs' video deposition that was used in the iPod class action suit released to the public. Apple's lawyers fired back Tuesday evening with a response claiming that the media simply wants to see a dead man. According to...
Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer to make Black Friday debut on iTunes

Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer to make Black Friday debut on iTunes

It appears that fans of Star Wars won't have to make the trek to local theaters to see the trailer for the newest franchise installment. On a post on Twitter, the Disney-owned Lucasfilm production announced that the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will also be available on Black Friday,...
How to hide the free U2 album on iPhone, iPad, and iTunes

How to hide the free U2 album on iPhone, iPad, and iTunes

After Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus announcement, U2 took the stage. After that iTunes customers in over 100 countries were told they'd have access to their new album, Songs of Innocence, for free. While some people were excited about that and asking how to download it, others were less than...

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Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Apple may have scored a major victory in its recent iTunes antitrust case this week, but the wins keep on coming. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers said on Wednesday that Steve Jobs' deposition, videotaped shortly before his death in 2011, will not be made public. Judge Rogers...
Pop junkie, millennial, or tech geek? iTunes has gift lists just for you!

Pop junkie, millennial, or tech geek? iTunes has gift lists just for you!

The iTunes team at Apple has put together three new lists of movies, TV shows, and books carefully crafted to appeal to the pop-culture enthusiasts, #millennials, and tech-obsessed in our lives. Whether you want to count down the days of Hanukah, last minute Christmas gifts, or simply need to to...
iTunes class-action suit now in the hands of the jury

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

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...
Former iTunes engineer subpoenaed to describe Apple's war against hackers

Former iTunes engineer subpoenaed to describe Apple's war against hackers

Lawyers for the plaintiffs in the class-action iPod lawsuit against Apple subpoenaed a former iTunes engineer to testify Friday, hoping that his statement will help their side of the suit. In his testimony, Rod Schultz told the court that during his tenure at Apple, he worked on a project...
Apple lawyers blast media for wanting to show dead man in Steve Jobs' video deposition

Apple lawyers blast media for wanting access to Steve Jobs' video to show 'dead man'

We reported earlier today that news outlets were petitioning to have Steve Jobs' video deposition that was used in the iPod class action suit released to the public. Apple's lawyers fired back Tuesday evening with a response claiming that the media simply wants to see a dead man. According to...
Judge rules iPod class-action suit must go on

Judge rules iPod class-action suit must go on

Despite Apple's efforts to toss out a class-action lawsuit over iTunes DRM and locking the iPod, U.S. district judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers said that the suit must continue. After Apple's investigation late last week revealed that neither representing plaintiffs in the suit are qualified to make...
Apple shows the best iTunes has to offer in 2014

Apple announces App Store and iTunes best of 2014

Apple has announced their "Best of 2014", which includes not only their best iPhone, best iPad, and best Mac of the year, but their best music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts as well! So, who were the big winners? iPhone Elevate - Best iPhone App Heads Up! - Top Paid iPhone App Threes! - Best...
Steve Jobs: Competitors became collateral damage in business strategy with music labels

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

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...

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