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Nominees for the MTV Video Music Awards should have been announced on Beats 1 today. Instead, the radio station is down, along with Apple Music, iTunes, the App Store, Apple TV and other key services.
Apple has managed to reach a settlement with US states and consumers, two years since a lawsuit was filed against the company and five major publishers for illegally raising prices of eBooks.
The questionably named OS X Mavericks is out for all to purchase today. But should we trust this very incremental update? Are the performance updates really noticeable?
The US Department of Justice has proposed Apple restore links to third-party e-book stores, such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble, in their iOS apps as part of Apple losing the ebook price fixing trial.
Today, the US government and Apple face off in court, with Apple accused of attempting to fix the price of e-books in cooperation with several book publishers. Apple has denied the charges.
Apple and Flipboard have teamed up so that Flipboard has rights to distribute iBooks through it's magazine inspired application. Flipboard will get 5% of the profit for each of the iBooks sold.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced today at the iPad mini press conference that there have been 200 million hardware updates to the company's iOS 6 software since it launched just over a month ago.
Apple has finally responded to the Justice Department's claims that it worked with book publishers to fix eBook prices, calling the allegations "simply not true."
The US Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Apple and several book publishers, claiming that the companies had worked together to fix the prices of their eBooks.
The U.S. Justice Department has warned Apple and five book publishers that it is planning to sue, alleging that the companies colluded to raise the price of digital books.
Rumors continue to grow that Apple is poised to make an announcement later this month about its iBooks platform - an announcement that some are saying should give Amazon cause to worry.
Apple and a number of book publishers have been named in an investigation by the European Union over alleged anti-competitive pricing in the selling or eBooks.
Rumors online suggest that Apple's iTunes 11 could go in a completely different visual direction to the present iteration of the popular media player.
Apple has filed for some new technology patents that are designed to improve and add features to the company's iBooks division. The web site PatentlyApple.com reports that the patents, which appeared last week on the...
Apple has found itself in yet another court battle to fight over the use of a name it has given to one of its many online services. This time the dispute is over iBooks, the...
For those who love picking up a digital tome via the iBookstore, but also love freeing their iPhone or iPod touch from certain Apple-enforced restrictions, it looked like there was a tough choice brewing today. According...
One of the main new features introduced with Apple's iPad tablet computer is its iBooks application which turns the machine into an eBook reader, good enough to rival established devices such as Amazon's Kindle and...
It seems that the stock scandal wasn't enough for Apple; the Associated Press is reporting that the company is facing several lawsuits. One of them, filed July 21, alleges that Apple is monopolizing the digital...
Apple has released a bevy of revised systems today- iBooks: 1.25GHz/1.33GHz with Airport extreme and Combo, a xServe RAID model with 5.6TB of storage and a single CPU PowerMac G5 1.8GHz....
Apple is expected to introduce new PowerBooks and iBooks early next week, according to MacNN sources. Apple will introduce revised 12-inch PowerBooks (two models), two revised 15-inch PowerBooks, one new model of the 12" iBook,...
Apple Computer on Wednesday turned up the performance of its iBook portable computers and turned down the prices on its eMac desktops. The company updated its iBook by adding the PowerPC G4...