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Infosys unit's overbilling Apple led to exit of top executives: sources

Germany No Hotspot for Tourists as Legal Quirk Deters Wi-Fi

iSolated: Bad Apple Maps directions lead to desert

iSolated: Bad Apple Maps directions lead to desert

Apple stock wilts on worries about iPhone demand

Facebook tests auto-play videos, explores video ad potential

Starbucks latest foreign target for Chinese media

European retailers embrace crooked fruit and ugly veggies

Apple monitors contractor after worker, 15, dies in China

AP source: Google to pay $7M to settle Wi-Fi case

Smart watches gain interest and popularity

Alarm over 'Big Brother' Turkish Internet curbs

Motorola to close Texas smartphone factory

Analysis - Apple strikes a new chord in the future of music

Mobile tech reshaping the health sector

Traffic tweet sent by Liberal candidate Robert Davies being investigated,...

FIFA asks magazine for proof of match-fixing

BlackBerry wins court order against TV host Ryan Seacrest's Typo

Ellen's Oscar celeb selfie a landmark media moment

Hacker says to show passenger jets at risk of cyber attack

Apple to unveil new iPads, operating system on October 21 - report

Symantec, Kaspersky downplay Beijing effort to exclude products

Apple said to partner with Visa, MasterCard on iPhone wallet

Apple hires renowned designer Marc Newson to work on products

US seeks to reverse Apple-Google decisions to lock mobile data

Apple releases new software update to fix bug on iPhone 6

New studies point out dangers of 'talking' to car

GT Advanced blames 'burdensome' Apple terms in sapphire halt

Exclusive - U.S. FTC asking Apple about health data protection

Tax credit luring pre-Broadway shows to Chicago

Sony execs lose bonuses again after another bad year

Russia retaliates on West's sanctions over Ukraine

Samsung Elec, Apple call end to patents war outside U.S

Russian bear grumbles as food sanctions hit Moscow Zoo

British government intensifies concerns over Hong Kong

Smartphone management flaws puts users at risk, researchers say