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Apple developer site shuttered four days after attack

Apple inc uses to communicate with its community of some 6 million software developers remained shuttered on Monday.

Apple acquires two mapping startups to improve mobile maps

Apple has bought two online mapping services HopStop and Locationary as part of its ongoing effort to create a more formidable alternative

Nokia Lumia with 41-megapixel camera arrives as a saving grace in smartphone market

Nokia expects the upgraded camera to compensate for limited apps and mediocre marketing effort.

US judge rules against Apple Inc in e-books trial

A federal judge on Wednesday found that Apple violated antitrust law in helping raise the retail price of e-books,saying the company

‘Govts to target tech giants’ tax avoidance’

Western governments are set to target a range of tax loopholes used by technology giants including Apple,Amazon as part of an international drive

Kim Kardashian arranges for Kanye West to meet Apple boss

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveals he may have met Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s baby,North West.

Microsoft to bring ‘Age of Empires’ to Apple,Android phones

Tech has released few mobile games for iOS and Android like Age of Empires is its popular game.

Los Angeles’ school system to give every student an iPad,Apple bags $30 mn order

The initial order is for more than 31,000 iPads,Apple said.

As outrage mounts over phone,internet ‘spying’,Barack Obama defends sweep

US has been taking data from Google,Facebook and Apple in search of security threats.

Apple,Google,Yahoo and Facebook Inc deny granting govt ‘direct access’ to servers

Yahoo said in a statement that it “takes users’ privacy very seriously.

1976 Apple comp sold for $668,000

An auctioneer today said one of Apple’s first computers — a functioning 1976 model — has been sold for a record 516,000 euros ($668,000).

Half of investments in emerging markets go via tax havens: study

Companies may also make large internal loans from a tax haven subsidiary to another part of their business.

The Irish loophole behind Apple Inc’s low tax bill


Apple denies tax ‘gimmicks’ as criticism mounts

Apple Inc’s CEO disputed assertions by a US Senate panel that the company avoids billions of dollars in United States taxes by shifting profits to foreign affiliates.

All Rounder: Asus Fonepad

Intel finally enters the tablet segment with the Asus Fonepad.