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Apple to Pay University US$234m for Patent Infringement

Not too long ago Apple was involved in disputes with Samsung regarding patent infringements.  Now the company has lost a case against the University of Wisconsin for using patented microchips in its devices.

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Google Develops Chrome Browser for Mac

Google’s own internet browser Chromium (Chrome) is now being developed to address some concerns raised by Apple users over the years.

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New Apple Bug Could Crash Your Apple Device Via Text

Apple recently found a bug that causes iPhones to crash when receiving a message containing a certain string of text with Arabic characters and symbols. It was first reported by Apple News on May 26th. The malware was originally believed to only affect iPhones, but updated reports show that no Apple product is immune and the bug can crash your iPad, Apple Watch or Mac computer as well.

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Apple HomeKit vs. Samsung

Apple Inc will release its Apple HomeKit functionality next month allowing users to control their home devices with their iPhones and iPads.

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Fancy a Tag Heuer Smartwatch Anyone?

Luxury watchmakers such as Tag Heuer, Bulgari and Gucci are gearing up to blend their traditional watch-making techniques with high-end electronics.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Has the Best Pay-for-Performance Rating

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has the best pay-for-performance rating according to Bloomberg’s Pay Index which ranks the highest-paid U.S. executives.

 

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Apple Watch Has Mixed Reviews Before Release

24 April 2015 will mark the commercial release of the Apple Watch, the company’s first new technology release since the Steve Jobs era. The piece of tech that is supposed to take the wearable genre to the next level, has garnered mixed reviews, to say the least.

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New Indiana Law Sparks Outcry by Apple CEO:

Indiana State passed a new religious freedom law allowing any company to deny service on grounds of “religious freedom”. Openly gay chief executive officer at Apple inc, Tim Cook, along with other CEOs have exclaimed their disgust about this discriminatory law.