A New York federal judge has ruled that Apple conspired with the biggest book publishers in the US to raise eBook prices in violation of antitrust law.

US district judge Denise Cote ruled that damages would be identified at a new hearing, with the possibility of imposing a monetary amend to the tech company, whose reputation could be also hurt after the case.

On 10 July, Apple continued to defend its positions and denied that it had done anything wrong. Besides, the firm added that it's pl...

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