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European users of Apple’s iTunes stores can now “return” goods without giving a reason for up to 14 days after purchase, bringing the company in line with European regulations and offering the prospect of de facto “trial periods” on the app store for the first time.
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2014 wraps up, here's one thing we can all agree upon: It was a wild year for start-ups.
Google 's popular email service has been blocked in China, and anti-censorship advocates are blaming the country's mass censorship apparatus - known as the Great Firewall of China - as the likely culprit.
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Google is getting into publishing song lyrics online.
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Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba took 90 million counterfeit items offline and spent over 1 billion yuan ($160.7 million) fighting fake goods, from the beginning of 2013 to November this year.
The tech sector's lack of diversity has been widely chronicled, but how do companies like Google, Apple and Facebook solve the problem?
Shareholders engage heated debate of whether Yahoo CEO should stay or leave, as activist investors press for change.
Google has been ordered to hand over the contact details of accounts linked to fake reviews that attacked a Dutch nursery.
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