Motor Trend spotlights 'Apple Car' development in June cover story

Article Image For its latest June issue, long-running automotive serial Motor Trend threw a spotlight on rumors and speculation surrounding Apple’s shadowy “Project Titan.” To go along with its print coverage, which includes a well-studied “Apple Car” concept rendering, the magazine invited a panel of experts to discuss the broader implications of Apple’s efforts, and AppleInsider was there.

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Pharrell in legal trouble over Beats 1 show OTHERtone

Article Image A long-running legal battle between music producer Pharrell and a group of former business associates has recently expanded to include OTHERtone, a show the artist hosts on Apple’s Beats 1 streaming network.

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Argument over strong encryption reaches boiling point as Apple, Microsoft rebuff court orders for data access

A long-running debate concerning recent advances in consumer data encryption came to a head this summer when Apple rebuffed a Justice Department court order demanding access to iMessage transcripts, causing some in the law enforcement community to call for legal action against the company.

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New adware scripts mouse clicks to access OS X Keychain, could lead to password theft

A new version of the long-running Genieo adware has brought with it a new technique for accessing the OS X Keychain without user intervention, a security gray area that could be used by other malicious actors to make off with sensitive data stored in the Mac credential manager.

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Lawsuit over Apple Store employee bag checks becomes class action covering over 12,000 workers

A long-running lawsuit over bag searches of Apple Store workers was certified as a class action on Thursday, broadening the potential impact to over 12,000 past and present retail staff.

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With Apple's annual back to school sale playing hooky, Amazon Prime Day could fill the void

Apple appears to have mothballed its long-running back to school promotion — which traditionally paired hardware discounts with iTunes or Apple Store gift cards — but parents and students will have another option for Apple deals this week in Amazon’s first-ever Prime Day.

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Apple not guilty of patent infringement with Siri, Chinese court says

Apple has won a decisive victory in a long-running intellectual property fight over Siri in China, as the Beijing Higher People’s Court has decided that the company’s personal digital assistant does not infringe on patents held by Shanghai-based Zhizhen Network Technology.



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Apple brings back complimentary iTunes content with new 'Free on iTunes' section

Consumers who lamented the cancellation of Apple’s long-running “Single of the Week” program can once again fill their digital entertainment centers at Apple’s expense, as the company has added a new “Free on iTunes” section with musical tracks and television episodes.



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Apple, Samsung 'trying to find common ground' in patent war – report

A resolution to the long-running intellectual property battle between Apple and Samsung could be drawing near, as a Wednesday report out of South Korea suggested that the tech titans are working toward an agreement that would allow their important supplier relationship to continue.



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Apple v. Samsung: Honey, I Shrunk the Damages


A California jury on Tuesday reached a decision in a long-running courtroom dispute between Apple and Samsung over their respective claims of patent infringement. The jury’s findings were mixed, with both Apple and Samsung able to claim some sort of victory but neither emerging as the decisive winner. Both companies were found to have infringed the other’s patents. Apple was awarded damages for Samsung’s infringement of three of its patents — but the amount was less than 10 percent of the damages it had sought.

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