1. News
    April 2nd, 2013 by Michael Kan
    Apple apologises to China over warranty policies

    Apple CEO Tim Cook apologised to Chinese consumers over concerns about its warranty policies after government-run media attacked the company for its...

  2. Blogs
    December 21st, 2012 by Lauren Crabbe
    Instagram uproar is a tempest in a TOS teapot

    It took Facebook just 51 words to destroy user confidence in the Instagram photo-sharing service. Instagram’s new terms of service, which came to...

  3. News
    December 20th, 2012 by Jeremy Kirk
    Instagram says it will not sell users’ photos

    Instagram vowed on Tuesday to revise new proposed terms of service following a strong backlash from users worried that it would use their photos in...

  4. News
    December 19th, 2012 by Sharon Gaudin, Computerworld (US)
    Instagram plans to sell users pics

    Instagram has alerted its users to a change in its Terms of Use policy, and users are in an uproar about it. The popular photo-sharing app, which...

  5. News
    December 5th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    ACCC launches shopping app to aid consumers

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released an app for iOS and Android to help and inform shoppers about returning goods,...

  6. News
    September 8th, 2012 by Karen Haslam
    Civil rights activist asks Apple to speak out against China’s one-child policy

    A Chinese civil rights activist is asking Apple to criticise China for its one-child policy. Apple is being asked to prohibit access to its factories...

  7. News
    July 4th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple appeals Italy’s warranty ruling, speaks out against authorities

    Apple has announced its decision to appeal a ruling from Italy’s antitrust regulating body that alleges the company has not complied with a...

  8. News
    July 3rd, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Italy threatens to fine and shut down Apple operations over warranty concerns

    Apple is being reprimanded with yet more fines in Italy for not making it clear that local customers have a free two-year warranty. The company may...

  9. News
    June 28th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple vendors in Iran say iDevices are thriving, despite export ban in US

    It seems that Iranian vendors that sell Apple products are shrugging off recent reports of an incident regarding a US Apple Store employee refusing...

  10. News
    May 29th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Tim Cook goes to Washington, meets with lawmakers

    Apple CEO Tim Cook recently met with several US Congressional leaders at Congress in Washington, in a bid to strengthen the relationship and improve...

  11. News
    May 26th, 2012 by Karen Haslam
    Mac devs air frustrations at Mac App Store sandboxing debacle

    Apple will start insisting that applications distributed via the Mac App Store are sandboxed on Friday June 1. Some developers have already prepared...

  12. News
    May 18th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple censors ‘jailbreak’ in iTunes Store

    The word ‘jailbreak’ has been edited in the US iTunes Store, to read as ‘j*******k, confusing many as to whether the tweak was intended...

  13. News
    January 23rd, 2012 by Grant Gross
    US Senate delays Tuesday’s vote on PIPA

    US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has postponed a vote on the controversial Protect IP Act, scheduled for Tuesday, as a growing number of senators...

  14. News
    January 23rd, 2012 by Gregg Keizer
    Mozilla credits Firefox impact in SOPA backlash

    Mozilla extolled the impact of its 12-hour participation in Wednesday’s anti-SOPA strike, saying Firefox users and fans generated over a third-of-a-million...

  15. Blogs
    January 19th, 2012 by Tony Bradley
    SOPA: Take action, or you’re preaching to the choir

    The web has gone dark. OK, maybe not the entire web, but a good portion of the web is joining its symbolic hands Wednesday in solidarity to oppose...

  16. Blogs
    December 8th, 2011 by Steven Gray
    The tale of Apple, Samsung and legal insanity

    Last Friday, December 2, Judge Lucy Koh of the US District Court for Northern California denied Apple’s formal request for a preliminary injunction...

  17. Blogs
    September 7th, 2011 by Bill Snyder
    Firefox releases are killing me

    Over the years, I’ve had plenty of beefs with Microsoft software: It can be buggy, it’s bloated, it attracts viruses like sugar attracts flies...

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