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  • Apple Loses Bid to Toss States’ E-Book Antitrust Claims

    Apple Inc.’s request to dismiss claims by 33 states and territories for damages over the company’s fixing of electronic book prices was denied by a federal judge in Manhattan.

  • Apple Said to Plan TV Box Amid Time Warner Cable Talks

    Apple Inc. is planning to introduce a new Apple TV set-top box and is negotiating with Time Warner Cable Inc. and other potential partners to add video content, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

  • Apple to Publish Nano Fire Fix on Orders From Japan

    Apple Inc. will comply with a government order and provide information to Japanese consumers on how to avoid the potential risk of some iPod Nano music players catching fire.

  • Apple-Bitcoin Rift Has Currency’s Fans Ditching IPhones

    Apple Inc.’s decision to remove a program used to send and receive Bitcoins from its App Store prompted Barry Silbert to end a love affair with his iPhone.

  • Christmas Is Black Friday for Apps Amid Download Record

    When Walt Disney Co. began considering the best time to release an iPad version of its popular online kids game “Club Penguin” this year, only one date came to mind.

  • Apple Loses Bid to Delay E-Books Antitrust Monitor

    Apple Inc., which faces as much as $840 million in state and consumer antitrust claims stemming from an electronic books lawsuit, lost its bid to halt oversight by a court-appointed compliance monitor.

  • Apple Loses Bid to Block Antitrust Monitor in E-Book Case

    Apple Inc. antitrust monitor Michael Bromwich may continue his court-ordered duties after a judge rejected a bid by the computer maker to stop him from seeking out interviews with top company officials. Bromwich, a former U.S. Justice Department inspector general, was appointed in October to oversee the company’s compliance with terms of an electronic books price-fixing ruling. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote ruled Apple “played a central role” in the scheme and that it broke antitrust laws in its contracts with five of the six biggest book publishers.

  • Apple Removes Blockchain From App Store

    Apple Inc. removed Blockchain, an application for iPhones used to send and receive Bitcoins, from its App Store, the developer of the program said.

  • Beyonce’s Surprise Album Tops Apple ITunes Charts

    Beyonce Knowles’s surprise new album, a collection of 14 songs and 17 music videos, is leading sales worldwide on Apple Inc.’s iTunes within hours of becoming available, even without advance publicity.

  • Apple Seen Seeding Future Wearable Products in IPhone

    Apple Inc.’s new high-end iPhone gives a glimpse of future products that may be in store from the world’s most-valuable company.

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