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Apple releases tool to remove free U2 album from iTunes accounts

One of the major announcements at Apple’s iPhone 6 launch last week was the band U2 giving iTunes users around the world a free copy of their new album, Songs of Innocence. The internet went into meltdown, with many people expressing displeasure and even outrage that a band they disliked would give them a free album. In response to all …

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Stuart O'ConnorApple releases tool to remove free U2 album from iTunes accounts

Tim Cook: Android is bigger, but not better than Apple's iPhone and iOS

Google's Android operating system and related products may have the larger sales volume, but Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn't seem too fussed. Speaking at the annual AllThingsD conference, the head of the Cupertino tech giants affirmed that Apple's goal has…

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Gerald LynchTim Cook: Android is bigger, but not better than Apple's iPhone and iOS

Former Apple CEO praises Samsung, suggests greater focus on emerging markets needed – cheap iPhone could do the trick

Overshadowing talk of even the potential iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 in tech circles currently is the possibility that Apple could be planning to launch a low-cost iPhone in the coming months. Though conflicting reports are seeing the possibility seesaw…

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Gerald LynchFormer Apple CEO praises Samsung, suggests greater focus on emerging markets needed – cheap iPhone could do the trick

Foxconn: working conditions audit raises "serious concerns" about Apple factory

An audit of working conditions at China's Foxconn plant by the US Fair Labor Association, undertaken at Apple's request, has raised "serious and pressing concerns" about the treatment of workers at the plant which churns out Apple products such as…

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Gerald LynchFoxconn: working conditions audit raises "serious concerns" about Apple factory

Apple lacking quality control after Steve Jobs' death, says ex-employee

An ex-Apple employee has slammed the new user interface in the latest Apple TV update, claiming that the Cupertino tech company have lost their quality control standards since the death of pioneering CEO Steve Jobs. Michael Margolis, whose LinkedIn profile…

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Gerald LynchApple lacking quality control after Steve Jobs' death, says ex-employee