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Apple Project RED campaign raises another $20 million

And that was just from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.

Steve Jobs deposition video won’t be released

The video is not part of judicial record.

Canadian court rules Apple must reveal documents for probe

They say Apple has engaged in anti-competitive practices, and they’ve got a bureau to prove it.

Court approves GT Advanced’s settlement with Apple

The company collapsed when Apple pulled support for missing sapphire glass deadlines.

Apple Pay grows to support 90% of US credit cards

Now, if we could just get more of the major retailers on board…

Apple supports Microsoft in fight against U.S. government

No one wants to give the government access to private information? Imagine that.

Apple gets support from judges in ebook case appeal

Apple’s actions were “perfectly legal,” according to at least one Circuit Judge.

Apple begins appeal of ebook ruling

Lose the appeal, and they owe $450 million.

Inventory still not great for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Availability is improving, though.

Samsung begins Apple A9 System-on-Chip production

IT’s two biggest frenemies are back in business together.

Apple executive given jail time in wire fraud case

More accurately, crime often demands to be paid back.

Steve Jobs’ deposition says DRM strategy wasn’t anti-competitive

Companies affected by the iTunes updates were “collateral damage.”