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Apple Ten Year Trial Comes to a Close

Apple Ten Year Trial Comes to a Close

A 10-year long trial involving Apple is finally coming to a close. The trial involves a class action against the company regarding accusations that the they blocked competitive services’s music from playing on iPods. The plaintiffs, comprising a group of businesses and individuals, have argued that the Silicon Valley giant violated anti-trust laws. The complaints […]

Apple Inc Partners With PayPal for More Payment Options in Its Stores

Apple Inc Partners With PayPal for More Payment Options in Its Stores

Apple Inc. now partners with PayPal so that consumers will have more payment options when buying products in its stores. Those who will purchase their next iPad or iPhone at Apple’s online stores get more payment methods at hand, including the enticing PayPal credit. The credit system of the eBay subsidiary provides an option of […]

iPods Are in High Demand

iPods Are in High Demand

Despite Apple’s recent decision to discontinue the iPod Classic, the mp3-players are currently in high demand. The product was deemed obsolete back in October but not according to the online marketplace, where its popularity has only increased since then. According to CEO Tim Cook, the device was removed from the product lineup because making them […]

iPhone Clone Oppo R5 Is the Thinnest Phone in the World [Video]

iPhone Clone Oppo R5 Is the Thinnest Phone in the World [Video]

iPhone clone Oppo R5, the world’s thinnest phone from the China-based original equipment manufacturer Oppo Electronics Corporation, has been released to select countries. Unveiled in October, the new Chinese entry into the smartphone game will eventually be made available in other countries worldwide, including the United States. Oppo R5 has a price tag of $450, which […]

TIME Reveals 2014 Person of the Year Finalists

TIME Reveals 2014 Person of the Year Finalists

With the end of 2014 right around the corner, TIME’s editors announced their eight final candidates for their famed Person of the Year cover. The tradition began in 1927, originally called “Man of the Year.” Since then, the most influential figure of the year has been featured for a cover story every December. Several presidents […]

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