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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, February 15, 2020


  • "Photos: Apple Store arrives at Norwalk's SoNo Collection"  9to5Mac 3:14 PM
  • "Apple gets million dollar setback! Employees to get paid for the time they lose in bag checking: In its order, the states high court had rejected Apple's stand that employees could avoid searches by not bringing any iPhone or bag to office work." Financial Express 7:07 AM
  • "Apple launching program to store content closer to consumers: Apple Edge Cache is a new service that enables better content delivery to end users with Apple-managed servers inside an internet provider's network." AppleInsider 4:50 PM
  • "California Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Store Workers During Bag Searches"  KPIX CBS SF BayArea 2/14
  • "Apple store workers should be paid for time waiting to be searched, court rules" Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 2/14
  • "Apple ordered to pay employees for time lost to bag searches: The company broke California labor laws, the state's supreme court ruled." Engadget 2/14
  • "Apple has been ordered to pay retail teams for overtime accrued due to bag searches" iMore 2/14
  • "Apple to reopen a store in Shanghai on February 15" Reuters 2/14
  • "Apple Stores in Beijing Screening Customers for Fever Amid Coronavirus Outbreak" MacRumors 2/14
  • "Apple Accused by Ex-Exec It's Suing of Poaching His Staff: A former Apple Inc. chip executive sued by the iPhone maker after he allegedly poached its employees for his new startup accuses the technology giant of doing the same to him."  Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/14
  • "Apple 'Suffocates the Creation of New Technologies,' Claims Former Chip Designer Being Sued for Breach of Contract" MacRumors 2/14
  • "Steve Jobs, executives shot down top Apple engineers' plea to design their own server CPU – latest twist in legal battle over chip upstart Nuvia" The Register 2/14
  • "Apple is checking customers' temperatures at its stores in Beijing because of the coronavirus outbreak" Business Insider 2/14