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Concerned consumers call for "ethical iPhones" (though if that's not possible, just "iPhones" will probably do)

Feb 9, 2012
Consumer groups plan to deliver petitions to Apple Stores around the globe, calling for Apple to "overhaul the way its suppliers treat their workers."
Posted In: apples, iPhone, protest, Foxconn, petitions, working conditions
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Path: The iPhone app taking your address book

Feb 8, 2012
Path is a relatively new social network that has garnered a lot of critical praise. But it turns out the iPhone app is gathering info from address books, and transmitting it back, unencrypted. Also, the booming app economy is a jobs bonanza.
Posted In: apps, path, iPhone, android
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Path eats your address book

Feb 8, 2012
Go ahead and freak out, iPhoners
Posted In: iPhone, android, path, security, privacy, apps, ALL CAPS
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Apple’s iPhone business is bigger than all of Microsoft

Feb 6, 2012
That iPhone. It caught on, didn't it?
Posted In: apple, iPhone, Microsoft
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Motorola sues Apple with Google’s blessing

Jan 26, 2012
Good luck with that, Motorola.
Posted In: motorola, Google, apple, iPhone, patents, patent wars
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Rumor has it: Xbox and iPhone

Jan 26, 2012
Big changes on the way unless they're not!
Posted In: xbox, rumors, iPhone, kinect, games
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How Apple is missing out in China

Jan 25, 2012
Apple reported strong earnings in part thanks to its growing market in China. But could they be doing more for their customers there?
Posted In: China, apple, iPhone
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Apple profits come close to oil company earnings

Jan 25, 2012
Apple posted record earnings for the last quarter, and the only company to make more is in a whole different industry.
Posted In: apple, iPhone, Earnings
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The trouble with Apple's success

Jan 25, 2012
Apple's record quarterly profits come with a few setbacks for the maker of the iPhone.
Posted In: apple, cell phone, networks, iPhone

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