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Apple awarded $539m in patent infringement damages from Samsung

In a case that stretches back to 2011, Samsung has been ordered to pay damages to Apple for patent infringements

European Commission opens investigation into Apple’s purchase of Shazam

The European Commission has sought to determine whether Apple’s purchase of music recognition app Shazam will help the company steal customers from its competitors

Bad Apple: shareholders call to end child smartphone addiction in open letter

An open letter, signed by Apple shareholders, has stressed the social and commercial importance of safeguarding children from the overuse of the brand’s devices

Apple strikes a deal with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television

Spielberg’s Amblin Television will make 10 exclusive episodes of his 1980s science fiction series Amazing Stories for Apple, each with a budget of more than $5m

Apple and Dell bid to acquire Toshiba’s memory chip business

The US tech companies are part of a consortium led by Bain Capital hoping to purchase the Japanese heavyweight’s memory chip business

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Apple leak reveals company secrets about new iPhone X

A pre-launch spoiler has exposed a host of new iPhone features such as biometric ID software, 3D facial sensors, portrait lighting and animated emojis that move with the user’s face

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Apple set to build first China-based data centre as regulations harshen

The tech giant has been forced to build its first data centre in China in order to meet the country’s new cybersecurity laws

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Apple to invest $921m in renewable powered data centre

The US tech giant has announced plans to build a second green energy data centre in Denmark

Imagination Technologies up for sale after losing biggest customer Apple

Shares have risen in graphic chip designer Imagination Technologies after it put itself up for sale following a difficult few months since losing its best customer Apple

Consumers fight for the right to repair their devices

To fix or to replace was once the choice of the consumer. Over time, manufacturers have chipped away at the ability to repair. Now, independent repair firms and frustrated consumers are fighting to reclaim that right

Softbank raises $1bn from Sharp for $100bn Vision Fund

Electronic hardware firm Sharp has become the latest investor to join the world’s largest private equity fund

India’s march to mobile is about to get dumb

The global ‘dumbphone’ market is forecast to grow 5,000 percent this year, with new devices and rock-bottom prices offering a stepping stone between older models and smartphones