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  1. Lawsuit takes aim at Apple’s cellular devices

    The complaint alleges that all LTE-enabled Apple products, including various iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch models, infringe…

  2. Apple asks U.S. federal court circuit to reconsider $439 million VirnetX patent infringement ruling

    Apple is continuing its attempts to get out of paying VirnetX $439 million after being declared…

  3. Apple plans to close all retail stores in Eastern District of Texas in fight against patent trolls

    Apple plans to close both of its retail stores within the Eastern District of Texas…

  4. What will Apple do with that 281-acre site in North Carolina?

    A company connected to Apple has no intention of offloading a swath of land it’s recently acquired near Research Triangle Park…

  5. Tax incentives for Apple could double if North Austin corporate campus lives up to billion-dollar billing

    Apple Inc.’s planned new corporate campus in North Austin has been touted as a $1 billion project…

  6. Apple to again appeal VirnetX $440 million FaceTime lawsuit

    Apple has lost an appeal to have a patent judgment set aside relating to FaceTime technology…

  7. Apple loses bid to undo $440 million judgment in VirnetX patent case

    A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday upheld a judgment worth $440 million…

  8. Apple’s new billion-dollar campus expected to accelerate Austin gentrification

    Apple announced this month it’s opening new offices in Austin, investing $1 billion…

  9. Apple’s gets $41 million in incentives for new Austin campus

    Williamson County leaders on Tuesday unanimously approved a taxpayer-funded incentives package for Apple…

  10. Apple shows how to select new tech hub locations with class

    One tech giant strung dozens of North American cities through a circus-like contest…

  11. What Apple’s new U.S. job additions tell us about their future product plans

    This week, Apple announced that it would be expanding its footprint in several U.S. cities outside the Bay Area…

  12. Apple to build new $1 billion, 133-acre campus in Austin and add jobs across America

    Apple today announced a major expansion of its operations in Austin, including an investment of $1 billion…

  13. Legal battle may be to blame for Apple breaking Steve Jobs’ FaceTime promise

    At WWDC, Apple revealed that it will finally make it possible to do FaceTime group calls for up to 32 people…

  14. Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘Our hearts go out to the families and victims’ of Texas high school attack

    Explosives have been found at the Texas high school where a gunman killed at least eight people Friday morning…

  15. Federal jury rules Apple must pay $502.6 million to VirnetX

    VirnetX Holding Corp. won $502.6 million against Apple Inc. after a federal jury…

  16. Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets support for Austin employees facing serial bomber threat

    The latest of four bombings in the Austin area in the past 16 days has a ‘higher level of sophistication’ than the previous three…

  17. Texas woman stalked in a car chase, and her iPhone settings may be why

    Last month a Texas woman was chased in a car by a complete stranger…

  18. 5G super speeds are coming; here’s what they’ll be like

    5G is the next-generation wireless technology that promises to be significantly faster…

  19. AT&T picks Atlanta, Dallas, and Waco as first 5G cities

    2018 will be the year you can experience mobile 5G from AT&T…

  20. Texas Rangers serve Apple a warrant for Texas mass murderer’s iPhone SE

    Texas Rangers investigating the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs have served a search warrant…

  21. Apple says it reached out to FBI to assist with Texas mass murderer’s iPhone

    Apple says it ‘immediately’ offered to help the FBI in the wake of Sunday’s Texas church massacre…

  22. FBI may have lost critical time unlocking Texas mass murderer’s Apple iPhone

    For about 48 hours after a deadly rampage at a Texas church, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies did not ask Apple…

  23. FBI unable to access Texas mass murder’s locked phone

    The gunman who killed 26 people at a small town Texas church was able to buy weapons because the Air Force did not submit his criminal history to the FBI as required by military rules…

  24. Apple CEO Cook tweets condolences for victims of mass murder in First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas

    The Texas church shooter who shot dead 26 people and injured 24 others was an ‘outcast’ who ‘preached his atheism’ online…

  25. Apple, slapped with a $440 million judgement, to appeal VirnetX patent case

    Apple lost a retrial a year ago in an ongoing patent dispute with VirnetX over secure communications protocols…