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Clashes averted over iTunes

New version of proposed French law softens stance on copyright protections. Also: For iTunes songs, the price remains the same.

A new version of a proposed French law softens the country's stance on copyright protections. Also: For iTunes songs, the price remains the same.

France backs down on iTunes DRM stance

Proposed legislation to require Apple, others to license their copyright protection technology is watered down.
May 2, 2006

Apple, labels stick with 99 cents per iTunes song

Company confirms that familiar price scheme will carry forward, despite grumbles from labels over the fixed price.
May 1, 2006

Say good-bye to Apple security?

perspective SecureWave CEO Bob Johnson warns that the Windows-friendly Boot Camp software could bring bugs to Apple products.
May 2, 2006

Virtual keyboard tops Mac maker's patent requests

Apple Computer files patents for a "smart" virtual keyboard, a two-way screen and tech that lets iPods talk to TVs.
April 28, 2006

blog Apple decides to stop getting microprocessors from PortalPlayer for its midrange, high-end flash players.
April 26, 2006

blog Ads would be limited, at least at first, to a small area of the iTunes screen and only seen when streaming a podcast.
April 26, 2006

previous coverage

Apple calls French law 'state-sponsored piracy'

Company attacks proposal that would force it to make iTunes songs playable on devices competing with the iPod.
March 22, 2006