The Department of Justice's case against Apple is based on "fictions and incomplete quotations," according to a lawyer representing the company in its trial for colluding with publishers to fix e-book prices.
The United States Department of Justice is accusing Apple of a price fixing scheme with publishers to fix e-book prices, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Startup Loop's app enables enterprises to conduct immediate surveys using an iPad, according to a report by TechCrunch.
POPULAR COMMENT THREADS
The Federal Communications Commission took a step in the right direction last week by proposing a plan to improve in-flight broadband connectivity for airline passengers.
Concerned about the security risks of BYOD, Toronto-based Canadian Tire has decided to issue its 3,000 employees corporate-owned BlackBerry 10 devices, according to a report by Computerworld.
Clearwire's minority shareholders are expected to reject a buyout offer from majority shareholder Sprint, according to analysts consulted by Reuters.
GS1, the Brussels-based supply chain standards organization, and the Open Mobile Alliance, a San Diego-based mobile standards organization, announced that they are working together to enable bar code scanning to be built into mobile devices.
Enterprise software giant SAP has unveiled consumer-style apps for the mobile enterprise under the Fiori name.
On Tuesday, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations will question Apple CEO Tim Cook and Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer about Apple's practice of shifting profits offshore to avoid U.S. tax payments.
From Our Sister Sites
On the last day of Chairman Julius Genachowski's tenure, the Federal Communications Commission voted to lift 126 outdated telecom rules.
Dell's special committee needs more information from Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management to decide if their takeover proposal is credible, according to a report by Fox Business .