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Apple’s Response to Latest Supplier Labor Abuse Allegations

“Apple is committed to providing safe and fair working conditions throughout our supply chain. We lead the industry with far-reaching and specialized audits, the most transparent reporting and educational programs that enrich the lives of workers who make our products.”

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EU Probes iPhone Contracts

The European Union acknowledged that it is looking into complaints from some telecoms operators that Apple Inc.’s terms for carrying the iPhone are anticompetitive, but said the matter isn’t formal and competition in the smartphone market is strong.

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iPhone 5 Gets China Network Access License

Looks like Apple Inc.’s iPhone 5 may be coming to China soon.

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Eddy Cue: Apple’s Rising Mr. Fix-It

As Chief Executive Tim Cook shifts executive responsibilities around at Apple Inc., Eddy Cue is emerging as one of the biggest beneficiaries.

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Apple and Samsung Patent Suit Puts Judge Posner’s Worldview on Trial

While technology companies continue to fight over smartphone patents, one judge has fought his way into the ring. He is 73-year-old Richard Posner, among the most potent forces on the federal bench and an outspoken critic of the patent system.

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Nokia’s Bad Call on Smartphones

Frank Nuovo, the former chief designer at Nokia Corp., gave presentations more than a decade ago to wireless carriers and investors that divined the future of the mobile Internet.

Five Years of Walt Mossberg’s iPhone Reviews

As the iPhone turns five years old today, here’s a look back at WSJ columnist Walt Mossberg’s reviews of each iPhone over the years.
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U.S. Sues Apple, Publishers Over E-Book Pricing

The U.S. filed an antitrust lawsuit Wednesday against Apple Inc. and five of the nation’s largest publishers, alleging they conspired to limit competition for the pricing of e-books.

U.S. Warns Apple, Publishers

The Justice Department has warned Apple Inc. and five of the biggest U.S. publishers that it plans to sue them for allegedly colluding to raise the price of electronic books, according to people familiar with the matter.