updated - August 14, 2020 Friday EDT
A couple of Florida complainants filed a lawsuit against Apple for falsely advertising the storage for iOS devices.
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Hyundai announced Tuesday its plans to build two new production plants in China to compete with GE and Volkswagen.
Xiaomi, now valued at $45 billion, is considered as the most valuable tech startup.
Chinese Gmail users in the mainland learned they can no longer access Google's email service since Friday.
Sony reverses on their plan to pull The Interview from all cinemas as they announced a limited theatrical release for the movie.
Wendy's announced changes in its senior leadership to further promote its digital efforts and international branding.
American Apparel has been approached by private equity firm Irving Place Capital for possible buyout.
Apple wins against the antitrust case, avoiding the $1 billion payout.
NBC launched its live-streaming service for desktop and plans to make it available on mobile in 2015.
Sony pulls the movie "The Interview" from cinemas nationwide after threats from hackers.
Cisco celebrated its 30th year by releasing a manifesto to its employees.
Uber received tons of criticisms on social media after they increased the fare during the Sydney siege.
BC Partners acquires pet supply retailer PetSmart for $8.7 billion.
RadioShack announced plans to close hundreds of stores and layoff more employees to cut cost.
Swedish police raided The Pirate Bay headquarters in Stockholm, leading to the site's shut down and copycats of the website to crop up online.
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