Apple Inc. bans a developer from the iTunes Store for hacking the accounts of 400 users.
Sources: BBC News
Sources: BBC News
Epic Games sues both Apple Inc. and Google in an antitrust case after the removal of "Fortnite" from the Apple App Store and Google Play earlier in the day, alleging that the two companies hold an unfair monopoly over development for their respective ecosystems. The game was removed for implementing a feature allowing Epic to directly sell microtransactions while bypassing the 30% cut imposed on developers per transaction by both Apple and Google.
Apple Inc. says it will close all of its stores outside China for two weeks in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to its CEO Tim Cook.
Apple Inc. announces it will close all of its stores and offices in China until February 9 due to the pandemic.
Linux kernel developers, Apple, Google and Microsoft release emergency patches for their products to mitigate ZombieLoad.
A U.S. district court rules that Apple Inc. has conspired to fix the prices of eBooks. The ruling could expose Apple to significant damages.
A U.S. appeals court has overturned a district court order that had banned the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus in the US, delivering a winning round for Google's Android against Apple Inc..
A United States judge dismisses an injunction from Apple Inc. against Motorola for patent infringement.
American technology company Apple Inc. says that the company is worth more than US$600 billion dollars, making it the largest by market capitalization in the world.
A lawyer claims that 25,000 South Koreans will be suing Apple Inc. in relation to alleged privacy breaches in relation to collection of iPhone location addresses.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to hear an appeal from Kodak to an initial unfavorable decision by an administrative judge on Kodak's claim that Research in Motion and Apple have infringed its patents, in connection with wireless devices equipped with digital cameras.