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Former Apple Engineer Testifies He Helped Block Non-iTunes Clients

12/14/2014, A little over a week ago, we reported that Apple was facing a lawsuit in which they admitted that they deleted non-iTunes purchased music from iPods. According to Apple during their testimony, this was done for security purposes meant to protect both the...

Iowa Considers Turning Driver Licenses Into A Smartphone App

12/10/2014, If you’re going out at night, you probably don’t want to bring too many things with you. Maybe you’ll bring your phone, a credit/bank card, some ID, cash, and that’s about it. Well if you were hoping that more of your cards could go digital, in...

Apple Blames Music Labels For Insistence On iTunes DRM

12/07/2014, Recently it was revealed that many years ago, Apple actually deleted songs off its customers’ iPods that weren’t purchased from iTunes. It’s a startling revelation as it makes it seem like Apple is purposely trying to monopolize the music market and...

Apple Admits To Deleting Non-iTunes Purchased Songs From iPods

12/04/2014, We suppose in an ideal world, customers who purchase Apple’s iPods or iOS devices will buy all their apps, music, movies, and TV shows through the iTunes store. However that isn’t the case as there are many channels in which one is able to obtain said...

Apple Loses Its Australian Appeal For ‘App Store’ Trademark

12/02/2014, Apple is a company that is well known for taking care of its intellectual property, but here is an instance where the court did not find the ruling in Apple’s favor. An Australian court decided to throw out Apple’s appeal of a prior ruling which...

Donkey Kong Actor Sues Nintendo For Damaged Heart

12/02/2014, Video games can be hazardous to your health – in ways that you never thought was possible, actually. Take for instance, Parker Mills, who happened to be the person whom Nintendo hired to play the role of the iconic and much loved Donkey Kong...

Apple Stares At Potential $350M Fine From iTunes Antitrust Suit

12/01/2014, The past can always come back to haunt any one of us, which makes it all the more important to actually think carefully of our actions before we actually indulge in them. Apple is right now, the company with a $700 billion market capitalization, but this...