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Media companies lose bid for video of Jobs deposition

A federal judge has denied a bid by several media companies to broadcast a deposition of Steve Jobs taken just months before his death in 2011, handing Apple another legal victory. Jobs was the star witness in an antitrust trial unfolding in Oakland federal Read More →

Samsung reportedly exploring an answer to Apple Pay

The peace between Samsung and Apple may prove to be short-lived. Just as the companies are winding down their patent battle and deepening their relationship in the supply chain, news has broken that Samsung may be exploring an alternative Read More →

Could Apple prevail in its e-book legal challenge?

Apple is in court again Monday, this time to challenge a federal judge's ruling in the e-book price fixing case. At issue is whether Apple broke the law when it made agreements with five of the six top publishers as it Read More →

Ex-Apple engineer testifies iTunes updates stymied competitors

Reluctantly taking the stand, an ex-Apple engineer testified on Friday that he worked on a project meant to shut competitors out of iTunes. Rod Schultz's testimony came at the tail-end of a two-week trial in Oakland federal court over Apple's dominance Read More →

Apple CEO Tim Cook is FT’s Person of the Year

Apple CEO Tim Cook has given the business world much to applaud this year, leading the company to a record $700 billion market capitalization, scoring record iPhone sales and handing billions back to shareholders. But in naming him Person of Read More →

Jesse Jackson pushes tech to talk diversity

The Rev. Jesse Jackson has rounded up some of the tech industry's most powerful players to discuss a problem far thornier than battery life or processing speed: diversity. Companies including Google, Apple and Facebook are gathering on Intel's campus this afternoon Read More →
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