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  • Google introduces One Pass subscription service for digital newspaper and magazine publishers

     
    Google introduced One Pass, a subscription system for digital publishers that allows companies to charge for their content in various ways and across multiple Websites, mobile apps smart phones and tablets on Wednesday. The service, which Google touted...
  • Federal regulators looking into legality of Apple's App Store subscription service

     
    Federal regulators are probing Apple's plan to take a 30% cut of revenue from content subscriptions sold through its App Store, according to reports. The 30% share is the same Apple takes for music and video sales through iTunes and in Apple's...
  • Is Apple looking to build a TV?

     
    Apple might be exploring getting into the TV business -- or at least making power supplies for televisions. The Cupertino tech firm recently posted a job listing on its Website for an "AC/DC Power Supply Design Engineer." The company says the engineer it'...
  • Apple shareholders reject succession disclosure; Steve Jobs a no-show at annual meeting

     
    His name was on everyone's lips and minds. But Steve Jobs did not show up at Apple's annual shareholder meeting Wednesday. That's where Apple shareholders rejected a plan that would have required the company to disclose succession plans for its chief...
  • Apple's Plan For New Mother Ship

    Apple's Plan For New Mother Ship
    The mother ship is coming to earth and Steve Jobs could not be happier. The Apple CEO made a rare appearance before the Cupertino, California city council with a proposal for a new Apple headquarters. It would be nearly the size of the Pentagon, but in...
  • BlackBerry vs. iPhone: What's in your pocket?

    BlackBerry vs. iPhone: What's in your pocket?
    There was a time when BlackBerrys grew wild. They were everywhere: boardrooms, restaurants and kitchen tables. The dark little devices would vibrate every time a new e-mail arrived, delivering a tiny thrill that millions of employees came to both...
  • Set in his ways -- wonderfully

    Cupertino, Calif. — RIDGE VINEYARDS, you might not be surprised to learn, is set on a ridge. On a recent overcast day, its chief executive and winemaker Paul Draper leaned his tall frame against a railing at the western edge of the winery's...
  • Apple Yanks 'Shaken Baby' Game

    Apple is pulling a 99-cent iPhone game called "Baby Shaker" from its iTunes store after its premise of quieting a crying baby with a vigorous shake prompted outrage. Organizations including the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome and the Sarah Jane...
  • iTunes New Pricing Structure Includes a Price Hike

    SEATTLE (AP) - The era of one-price-fits-all-songs on iTunes came to an end Tuesday as Apple Inc., the Internet's dominant digital music retailer, began selling some of its most-downloaded songs for $1.29 apiece. Apple said in January that it would end...
  • Apple's condition linked to Steve Jobs' health

    Some important questions can't be asked without sounding crass and insensitive. But there's no way around asking this one that's on everybody's mind, so here goes: What is Apple Inc.'s plan if Chief Executive Steve Jobs dies? The question of Jobs'...
  • Pixar's ex-CFO could face SEC charges

    Pixar's ex-CFO could face SEC charges
    The former chief financial officer of Pixar Animation Studios may face charges that she mishandled stock options, the latest fallout in the legal troubles that have plagued high-tech companies. A lawyer for Ann Mather acknowledged that his client might...
  • Sales cap aims to hang up iPhone resellers

    Sales cap aims to hang up iPhone resellers
    Apple Inc. is trying to stop people from buying so many iPhones. Since it started selling the multitasking gadget in June, the company has four times set limits on the number of iPhones it will sell to an individual. Apple loosened the restrictions a...