Video: iPhone 5 sequel may be released in the summer
Private sector job hiring failed to meet expectations in March, federal officials have ordered Exxon Mobil not to restart a ruptured Arkansas pipeline, and Apple may release their next iPhone by the summer. Ashley Morrison reports.
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Did Google Get Off Easy With $7 Million ‘Wi-Spy’ Settlement?
Seven million dollars. That’s how much Internet giant Google will pay to settle a multi-year investigation into its controversial “Wi-Spy” data collection practices. The furor erupted in 2010 when Google disclosed that it had collected Wi-Fi data from unsecured wireless networks as its “Street View” vehicles crawled major cities worldwide, photographing buildings for a ground-level view on Google Maps. On Tuesday, Google agreed to pay $7 million to 38 states and the District of Columbia to settle the matter. To put that in perspective, Google generated revenue of about $50 billion last year, or nearly $6 million per hour. Big Internet companies like Google and Facebook frequently push the boundaries of user privacy. But the “Wi-Spy” case was particularly alarming to consumer advocates, because it raised the specter of Google’s “Street View” cars — which had already raised privacy concerns — roaming around major cities vacuuming up personal data, including snippets ...
Samsung Hunts for 'Wow' Moment
When Samsung introduces the latest version of its Galaxy S smartphone at a high-profile event in New York on Thursday, the company will face a burden that rival Apple has been saddled with for years: high expectations.
Google seen edging Apple in tablet surge
Tablet sales are expected to exceed expectations with a surge in smaller, lower-cost devices, according to IDC. Google’s Android leading the pack.
United States: Federal Court Halts Apple Shareholder Vote - Holland & Knight
On February 22, 2013, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled in favor of Greenlight Capital, L.P., et al. ("Greenlight") in the matter of Greenlight Capital, L.P., et al v. Apple, Inc.
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