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Apple extends Crimean measures to block product sales and shipments

01/23, 9:45am

Change complies with US sanctions against Russia

Apple has extended its actions against Russia by blocking authorized retailers from selling or shipping products in Crimea in accordance with sanctions, reports say. The measure was first mentioned on Twitter by blogger and consultant Eldar Murtazin, and then picked up by Russian media. The move follows the ">termination of all developer agreements with Apple and software makers located in the region. The measures take effect on February 1.


Sources blame European group for Apple, Facebook hacks

02/20, 1:32pm

Attacks stilll traced through 'an iPhone developer website'

Apple, Facebook, and Twitter are among 40 companies that were recently attacked by an eastern European hacker group, not a Chinese one, say two Bloomberg sources. Many parties have linked the attacks to China, sometimes implicating the Chinese government, but the sources say that investigations are pointing to a criminal gang based in eastern Europe or Russia. One server involved is allegedly hosted in the Ukraine.


iOS App Store opens up in 32 more countries

06/22, 9:32am

Most new storefronts in Asia, Africa

As promised at WWDC 2012, Apple has expanded the App Store to 32 more countries. Most of the new storefronts are located in Asia and Africa, though some South Pacific nations have been added, along with Albania and the Ukraine in Europe. The complete list of regions includes Albania, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Chad, the Republic of the Congo, Fiji, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritania, the Federated States of Micronesia, Mongolia, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Palau, Papua New Guinea, São Tomé and Príncipe, the Seychelles, Sierra Leone, the Solomon Islands, Swaziland, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, the Ukraine, and Zimbabwe.


Ukraine shuts down file sharing site over copyright concerns

02/01, 10:40pm

Hackers attack Interior Ministry website

Ukrainian authorities have reportedly shut down file sharing site over alleged copyright violations, just weeks after US authorities pushed to shutter Megaupload. A spokesman with the Interior Ministry, Volodymyr Polishchuk, suggests the site was closed following complaints from a variety of companies, including Microsoft and Adobe.


iPhone in India, iPad 2 in Ukraine on May 27th

05/25, 11:35am

Bharti, Aircel picked as Indian carriers

The iPhone 4 will finally launch in India on May 27th, says the Wall Street Journal. The phone will be available from two carriers, Aircel and Bharti Airtel. The former is offering both pre-paid and subscription options, charging 34,500 rupees ($763) for a 16GB model, and 40,900 rupees for 32GB. With a two-year subscription people should get back the cost of the phone through monthly credits.


Ukrainian iPhone due on October 3rd?

09/29, 9:15am

Ukrainian iPhone on Oct. 3

The Ukraine should finally receive the iPhone later this week, the Russian financial paper Kommersant is said to claim. Reports say that the phone will launch overnight between October 2nd and 3rd, and be carried by MTS, with the possibility of more sales through KievStar. This information has not been confirmed by Apple's distributor for the region, Pro Turbo Service, but the company does say it expects the phone to be released in the Ukraine before the end of the year.



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