Valve does not have to hand over all its data to Jobs' Mob
A US magistrate judge has ordered Valve to provide sales data to Apple in response to a subpoena issued amid Apple's continuing legal fight with Epic Games.
Valve wants to be Swiss
Apple apparently subpoenaed Valve Software in November 2020, demanding it provide huge amounts of commercial data about Steam sales and operations going over multiple years.
Crisis of faith
A piece of malware has been found on almost 30,000 Macs worldwide and apparently it has baffled the Tame Apple Press.
Senators too scared they might kill their iPhones
The North Dakota state senate voted 36-11 on Tuesday not to pass a bill that would have required app stores to enable software developers to use their own payment processing software and avoid fees charged by Apple and Google.
Antitrust in the EU
Epic Games is taking its legal battle against Apple global, filing an antitrust complaint in Europe against the iPhone maker.
Opinion: Tame Apple Press needs to let it go
The Tame Apple Press cannot get it into its head that Apple cannot make an electric car using the same “screw your suppliers” business model that has made it a fortune in the tech industry.
Apple did not get to talk with senior managers
Japanese car company Nissan has mocked rumours in the Tame Apple Press that it was entertaining an offer from Jobs' Mob to make its self-driving car.
Damn, we don’t know who we want to win this one
Social notworking Tsar, Mark Zuckerberg, has angered the Tame Apple press by wanting to hurt its favourite company.
The State will kill the iPhone
Fruity cargo cult Apple has warned that the State of North Dakota will do what common sense has failed to do – kill off the iPhone.