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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, April 14, 2018


  • "Apple Shares Fail to Outperform Market This Year"  24/7 Wall St. 7:54 AM
  • "Leaked memo shows Apple threatens leakers with criminal action" BetaNews 7:54 AM
  • "The iPhone changed our lives. Now Apple needs to tackle addiction: Tony Fadell helped invent the iPod and was a key member of the team that created the iPhone. Now, he says, Apple needs to tackle the issue of smartphone addiction"  Wired UK 6:52 PM
  • "Lawmakers question FBI over San Bernardino suit against Apple"  Reuters 4/13
  • "Bipartisan Lawmakers Question FBI Suit against Apple over San Bernardino iPhone" The Mac Observer 4/13
  • "In a Leaked Memo, Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information"  Bloomberg 4/13
  • "Apple memo reveals 29 leakers caught last year, urges staff to stop leaking confidential information" AppleInsider 4/13
  • "Apple leak memo leaks, threatening employee termination and arrests" VentureBeat 4/13
  • "Apple: 12 People Were Arrested for Leaks in 2017/In in internal memo obtained by Bloomberg, the Cupertino tech giant revealed it caught 29 leakers in 2017, 12 of whom were arrested." PC Magazine 4/13
  • "Apple innovations that you can't live without: Dan Moren has a few examples of Apple features and capabilities that make life much easier." ["Apple Pay is one of those technologies that it seems like everybody should be using. To my mind, it might be one of the single best innovations to come out of Apple in the last few years, but it also has one of the most challenging uphill climbs ahead of it: the way people pay for things is deeply entrenched."]  Macworld 4/13
  • "RIP, iTunes? Apple rubbishes rumours it's planning to kill off downloads" TrustedReviews 4/13
  • "No, Apple is not pulling the plug on iTunes; here's what it said" IANS 4/13
  • "Apple Sued an Independent iPhone Repair Shop Owner and Lost: Apple said an unauthorized repair shop owner in Norway violated its trademark by using aftermarket iPhone parts, but a court decided in favor of the shop owner."  Motherboard 4/13
  • "Apple's Infringement In $502M Security IP Row Willful: Jury: One day after finding Apple Inc. infringed VirnetX network security patents, a jury in the Eastern District of Texas on Wednesday found the infringement was willful, a decision that has the potential to put the iPhone maker on the hook for more than $1.5 billion in damages after an initial award of over $502 million."  Law360 4/13
  • "Everything you need to know about Apple's GDPR privacy upgrade: Among other improvements, customers will be able to download all the information Apple keeps about them."  Computerworld 4/13