Apple has failed to block a compliance monitor designated to it after a judge found the company guilty of fixing the prices of ebooks.
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Misleading customers with limited refunds and warranties as well as refusing to help with non-Apple products are some of the concerns that prompted the ACCC to conduct an investigation into Apple's practices.
While a retrial had placed into question how much of the original US$1.05 billion Samsung should pay Apple over patent disputes, Apple has again walked away with most of Samsung's money.
The tech giant filed its application yesterday, but it appears it has yet to be seen or approved.
A flaw in iOS 7 gives attackers the ability to quietly go through a user's camera roll to delete pictures or, worse, share them with others — even if the device uses a lock screen.
A hacker hired by Apple, in recognition of his skills in breaking iOS, has lost his job after simply forgetting to reply to an email.
It's here! The end of the week, and possibly the end of the hype surrounding the iPhone 5, because it's finally in consumer hands.
How much does the iPhone 5 cost to make? And how many is Apple going to sell this launch weekend? Those and other big stories in this Daily Cuppa catch-up.
Welcome back from the weekend! If you don't have some stories to tell around the water cooler today, here are some that are bound to raise a few eyebrows.
Apple has begun protecting its users against the recent Java zero-day vulnerabilities by rolling out its own patches.