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Apple Reports Blowout Profits Again on iPads, iPhones

Apple Reports Blowout Profits Again on iPads, iPhones

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Apple announced strong second-quarter earnings Tuesday, beating Wall Street estimates and easing worries that the tech giant may be losing steam.Apple said that profit nearly doubled to $11.6 billion, or $12….

Parents Sue Apple for Purchases Made by Kids

Parents Sue Apple for Purchases Made by Kids

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — A group of California parents unhappy with Apple over money they didn’t know their children were spending in games has now gotten the go-ahead from a California judge to proceed with a class action l…

Fragrance of Apple MacBook Pro Captured for Art Exhibition

Fragrance of Apple MacBook Pro Captured for Art Exhibition

Apple, Inc.(MELBOURNE, Australia) — Australia-based artists have worked with a scent marketing company called Air Aroma to share the scent of a new Apple MacBook Pro at their upcoming art exhibit in Melbourne. According to Air Aroma’s blog post …

Reports: iPad Mini Coming this Year

Reports: iPad Mini Coming this Year

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Apple launched its new iPad just six weeks ago, but that doesn’t mean the world isn’t itching for the next Apple tablet. Rumors of a 7-inch iPad (current versions have a 9.7-inch screen) have popp…

New iPad Heads to South Korea, 11 Other Countries

New iPad Heads to South Korea, 11 Other Countries

Apple, Inc.(NEW YORK) — The new iPad is headed overseas. Apple’s new tablet will be available on Friday, April 20 in Croatia, Cyprus, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, South Korea, Uruguay and a handful of other countries…

Apple Pushes Back on E-Book Pricing Charges

Apple Pushes Back on E-Book Pricing Charges

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — On Tuesday, the Department Justice announced it was suing Apple and major e-book publishers for collaborating and fixing e-books prices.  At the time, Apple did not have a comment on the government suit,…

Justice Dept. Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple

Justice Dept. Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple

David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — The Justice Department has filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Apple and five major publishers over allegations of price fixing of eBooks. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhatta…

Mac OS X Report: Virus Infects 600,000 Computers

Mac OS X Report: Virus Infects 600,000 Computers

Courtesy of Apple(NEW YORK) — More than 600,000 Apple computers worldwide have been infected with the Flashback Trojan, leaving their system’s security vulnerable to criminal hackers, Russian anti-virus firm Dr. Web reported.Over half of the inf…

Google Reigns as Most Popular Tech Brand, Poll Finds

Google Reigns as Most Popular Tech Brand, Poll Finds

JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — In the high-flying world of iconic technology brands, two — Google and Apple — tower at remarkable levels of public popularity in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll.  But add in strength of sentimen…

New iPad Named Best Tablet by ‘Consumer Reports,’ Despite Heat

New iPad Named Best Tablet by ‘Consumer Reports,’ Despite Heat

Apple, Inc.(NEW YORK) — Consumer Reports has named Apple’s latest iPad the best tablet on the market. The magazine gave a favorable review for the new iPad, despite previous reports that the device could reach high temperatures. The weekend after the …

Apple Probe: Changes Promised for Chinese Workers

Apple Probe: Changes Promised for Chinese Workers

Karson Yiu/ABC News(NEW YORK) — The Fair Labor Association (FLA) has released the results of its independent investigation of Apple’s Foxconn supplier based in China, and has found “serious and pressing noncompliances” with its Workplace Code of Condu…

New iPad Too Hot to Handle? Customers Note Overheating Issue

New iPad Too Hot to Handle? Customers Note Overheating Issue

Apple(NEW YORK) — Apple’s newly-released iPad is proving to be one of the hottest items of the year…literally.Since the iPad’s release, Apple’s comment boards have become electrified with reports about the gadget overheating. One u…

Three Million New iPads Sold Over Launch Weekend

Three Million New iPads Sold Over Launch Weekend

Apple(NEW YORK) — We now have an idea of what Apple meant when they said the demand for the new iPad was “off the charts.”The company has just revealed it sold three million iPads since they went on sale on Friday morning, March 16. That n…

Apple Announces Dividend, Buyback

Apple Announces Dividend, Buyback

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images(CUPERTINO, Calif.) — In a major turn away from the years when Steve Jobs was in charge, Apple Inc. is finally loosening up its purse strings, announcing both a $10 billion stock buyback plan and a dividend for shareholde…

What Will Apple Do With $97.6 Billion Surplus?

What Will Apple Do With $97.6 Billion Surplus?

Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesUPDATE: Apple announced Monday morning that it will initiate a quarterly dividend of $2.65 per share sometime in the fourth quarter of 2012, as well as a $10 billion share repurchase program in its fiscal year …

‘This American Life’ Retracts Apple Critic’s Foxconn Tale

‘This American Life’ Retracts Apple Critic’s Foxconn Tale

Almin Karamehmedovic/ABC News(WASHINGTON) — Public Radio International’s show This American Life announced Friday it will retract one of the most popular episodes in the show’s history after finding numerous falsehoods in a monologue by pr…

Apple’s New iPad Hits Stores; Thousands Line Up for Tablet

Apple’s New iPad Hits Stores; Thousands Line Up for Tablet

David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images(CULVER CITY, Calif.) — Apple’s new iPad hits store shelves Friday morning, and in anticipation of the sale, thousands lined up outside of Apple stores to get their hands on the latest tablet.Among those wai…

Steve Jobs Spoofed in Commercial for Taiwan’s Action Electronics

Steve Jobs Spoofed in Commercial for Taiwan’s Action Electronics

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(TAIPEI, China) — Steve Jobs became iconic in American life, alone on a stage in jeans and a black mock turtleneck, introducing the iPad or iPhone, or something else that was destined to change modern technology.Now, a Taiw…

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