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The tech giant must cough up roughly half a billion after being found guilty of using Smartflash patents without permission.
Apple has escaped a potential $1bn damages bill after a jury decided an iTunes update that kept rivals' music off its iPod was a genuine product improvement.
For the second straight year, the company will give out the cards instead of discounting its products. All iPads will come with a $50 card, and all iMac and MacBook purchases will include a $100 card.
iTunes U has been updated with new tools to help teachers create lessons on the iPad.
Apple has some big product promises to live up if iTunes head Eddy Cue is telling the truth.
Box developers also built in a new document preview function, supporting more than 100 file types at "lightning-fast" rates.
25 vulnerabilities are addressed in the new version 11.1.4. 24 of them affect only the Windows version of iTunes.
Apple's push to bring educational tools and content to the masses continues this week with word that its iBooks Textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager will now be available in more than 50 countries throughout Asia, Europe and Latin America.
Box is also celebrating the new iOS apps with free 50GB of storage space up for grabs too.
Chinese developers of car service mobile apps, Didi Taxi and Kuaidadi, each secured US$100 million funds in recent months as market players look to tap China's growing online-to-offline (O2O) space.
Having apps auto update in the background is great, but if that results in data loss then you're about to enter a world of hurt, and your iCloud or iTunes backup is going to be of little help.
The National Australia Bank has launched Flik, a peer-to-peer payments app, that joins a space already inhabited by the Commonwealth Bank's Kaching and ANZ's goMoney apps.
I've been spending more and more time with my new Android phone, it's becoming clear that Apple is woefully behind in one key aspect: the App Store.
Apple didn't give it much time during the WWDC keynote, but Apple's iTunes Radio service is a pretty big deal. Here's why Apple decided to use the radio station model (ala Pandora) instead of the catalog model (ala Spotify).
Apple finally lifts the lid on iTunes Radio at its WWDC 2013 keynote, an ad-supported service that will battle with Pandora and Spotify in the streaming music space.
Android and iOS dominate the mobile space in sales and market share so app developers are driven to support both platforms with their apps. Sadly, they don't always do that well.
Google conveniently triples the amount of free storage space just ahead of its annual developers conference this week.
Remember Lala, the innovative music service that made a splash in 2009? After Apple bought the company, Lala's services vanished. Now, a candid (maybe too candid) report from an insider explains why Apple was willing to pay $160 million to make this "clear and present danger" to iTunes go away.
Only 2 in 10 users surveyed have ever downloaded paid apps, with a preference for lower-priced ones, reflecting space for the market to grow.
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