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Apple’s labor rights in their Chinese factories has been gaining a lot of attention recently. Worst of all being the story that nets had to be hung around the fourth floor of the workers’ apartments to stop any possible suicide attempts. Labor groups in America...

A patent just sent off by Apple demonstrates the use of 3D technology on mobile phones. Imagine playing an Angry Birds game where they actually come towards you, scary thought. wired.com...

Google is set to try and take on the popular Dropbox cloud-storing mechanism which has proved so popular, by being able to link their service seamlessly into Android phone systems as well might sway a large amount of people towards their service. gizmodo.fr...

Warner MG have released a pie chart documenting how exactly it makes its money. Surprisingly considering all the ‘streaming is the future’ talk, physical still adds up to a healthy 51%. digitalmusicnews.com...

…against a mum of four. Since uploading 24 songs to Kazaa in 2005 the RIAA have been trying to sue her ever since. 2012 will be fourth trial brought against her by the organisation. The phrase ‘waste of energy’ springs to mind. digitalmusicnews.com...

In preparation for what’s happened in the court houses to Mega Upload recently, btJunkie has voluntarily shut down its operations. Is this the beginning of the end for torrent sites, or just a coincidence? musicweek.com...

By 2016 app revenue will hit $52bn according to statistics. The recent developments in HTML5 have meant that apps have quickly become a lot more professional. mobile-ent.biz...

The Economist is leading the way in trying to bring some sensible discussion to the Facebook table by launching its ‘Where Do You Stand?’ campaign, offering different points on major arguments for the public to quarrel between themselves over. campaignlive.co.uk...

The Superbowl in America now only means one thing. Well two; American football, and a big playground show off of who can produce the biggest, most thrilling adverts to one of the single biggest audiences on Earth. digitalmusicnews.com...

News International are teaming up their publications The Times and The Sun (plus supplements) with a range of Global Radio’s stations, including LBC, Capital and Classic FM, for a variety of sponsorship and competition arrangements. mediaweek.co.uk...