And that was just from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.
The video is not part of judicial record.
They say Apple has engaged in anti-competitive practices, and they’ve got a bureau to prove it.
The company collapsed when Apple pulled support for missing sapphire glass deadlines.
Now, if we could just get more of the major retailers on board…
No one wants to give the government access to private information? Imagine that.
Apple’s actions were “perfectly legal,” according to at least one Circuit Judge.
Lose the appeal, and they owe $450 million.
Availability is improving, though.
IT’s two biggest frenemies are back in business together.
More accurately, crime often demands to be paid back.
Companies affected by the iTunes updates were “collateral damage.”