Tag Archive: Papers


Panama Papers: Apple supplier denies evading $22 billion in taxes

The “Panama Papers” leak of 11.5 million documents from ultra-secretive Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca has already named and shamed heads of state, government officials, business owners and celebrities who reportedly evaded tax thanks to the scheme. But one name which hasn’t been talked about too much is Apple supplier Foxconn, which is accused of […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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A whole new world: Woman allowed to serve divorce papers via Facebook

Ellanora Baidoo, 26, can finally change her Facebook status to “single” after a landmark decision in a Manhattan courtroom Monday that allows her to serve her evasive husband via private message on Facebook. This is the first time anyone has…Read more ›

Pixelated nudity FTW after Apple reverses stance on Papers, Please

The latest App Store rejection controversy has surrounded a critically acclaimed game called Papers, Please. When developer Lucas Pope finally brought the title to iPad, he was forced by Apple to remove all nudity, no matter how pixelated. Never mind…Read more ›

Cerebral dystopian chiller Papers, Please is now available on iPad

As promised — and after a tiny storm of controversy over Apple’s initial rejection of the app over so-called pornographic content — the award-winning dystopian document thriller Papers, Please is now available for iOS. Created by developer Lucas Pope, Papers,…Read more ›

Papers, Please is coming to the iPad on Friday

When it comes to video games that will make you think, few games are as cerebral as the “dystopian document thriller” Papers Please, a Mac game first released in 2013 that casts the player as a passport inspector at a…Read more ›

Apple Makes Its Samsung Non-Apology A Lot More Boring In UK Papers

Nothing like a normal Apple advertisement, is it?

Apple’s statement regarding its battle against the Samsung Galaxy Tab in the United Kingdom has begun to appear in British newspapers today. You’ll have to search carefully if you want to find it, however. Like the statement the company made on its website earlier this month, this one appears without any Apple branding, and with a dull Arial font that attempts to disappear into  [Read More…]