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The Department of Justice has accused Apple and five of the world’s largest publishers of conspiring to increase e-book prices. The publishers have all settled with the authorities but Apple has insisted that it is innocent and is standing trial in New York. Mr Cue was responsible for negotiating Apple’s entrance into the e-book market before the launch of the iPad in 2010.
Lawrence Buterman, the Department of Justice lawyer, asked: “Apple was happy for its consumers to be paying $14.99 [£9.55] for bestselling books that previously were available for $9.99, as long as they [the consumers] could not buy it for less than $14.99 anywhere else?”
Continue reading “Apple and the monopoly on the Ebook – Arise Amazon Kindle!” »
It was designed and built by Steve Wozniak in Palo Alto, California. The late Jobs came up with the idea of selling it and the pair went on to found Apple, now the world’s most valuable technology company.
The original device comprised a single motherboard mounted on a wooden base, but came without a keyboard, a transformer or a display. It sold for $666.66, a price determined by Jobs, who thought the unusual number would be eye-catching.
Continue reading “Apple auctions first computer for a whopping $390k!” »
Using the touchscreens, children find it easy to open game apps and control them using swiping and prodding controls. But some titles, though free to download, often ask for additional payments to buy added features within the games, often at the touch of a button.
The Californian company has come under fire after many customers complained they had received bills for hundreds or even thousands of pounds because of their children inadvertently making purchases.
Continue reading “The closed system: How Apple doesn’t want 13 year old customers” »