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Apple to be Forced Aborting Its “Lightning Connector” Brand in Europe

Source: Apple Balla | Oct 1 2013, 12:26pm CDT

Apple to be Forced Aborting Its “Lightning Connector” Brand in Europe
A report states that Apple would be forced to stop selling its lightning adaptor in Europe due to the vote of EU on a specific plan.
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Apple and Samsung Pushing EU for Restricting Patent Troll’s Power

Source: Apple Balla | Feb 25 2014, 12:43pm CST

Apple and Samsung Pushing EU for Restricting Patent Troll’s Power
Apple and Samsung pushed their past rivalry aside, as they decide to join in a group of 19 companies to send a letter to the EU with a view to restricting the patent trolling power
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Apple Should Be Forced To Conform To A Standard Charger

Source: Apple Balla | Sep 27 2013, 8:14am CDT

Apple Should Be Forced To Conform To A Standard Charger
Apple does not include a standard charger on their devices, but they may soon have to if EU politicians succeed in making it a law. Universal chargers may soon be an industry standard.
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China actively pushing indigenous navigation system

Source: Apple Balla | Sep 6 2013, 4:04am CDT | by IANS

China actively pushing indigenous navigation system
Beijing, Sep 6, (IANS) In a move to promote the country's indigenously developed navigation satellite system in global markets, China is actively pushing its Beidou navigation satellite system among Asean nations.
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Apple Watch to be featured in Vogue
Apple Watch to be featured in Vogue
12 page spread coming to magazine
 
Apple facing Chinese sanctions
Apple facing Chinese sanctions
Company part of government blacklist
 
Apple’s Genius Bars to get makeover
Apple’s Genius Bars to get makeover
New policies go in effect starting in March
 
 

EU fines Microsoft $732 mn for restricting browser options

Source: Apple Balla | Mar 6 2013, 11:50pm CST

EU fines Microsoft $732 mn for restricting browser options
Brussels, March 7 (IANS/EFE) The European Commission Wednesday imposed a 561-million-euro ($732.6-million) fine on Microsoft Corp. for failing to provide consumers a choice of web browsers on a version of Windows 7.
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