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A Taiwan court has ruled against Apple in a lawsuit in which it was accused of engaging in anti-competitive practices by forcing wireless carriers in the country to assign pricing on its iPhones. The decision, which came down on Wednesday, according to Reuters, means Apple must pay 20 million in Taiwan dollars (about $647,000) in fines. The lawsuit, which covers the iPhone 4, 4S, 5, and 5S models, was tied to a 2103 decision by the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission (FTC), which oversees competition. The commission said at the time that Apple was acting unfairly by forcing all three of Taiwan's major carriers to comply with the company's own pricing on devices and associated plans. The fine was levied at that time. The court's decision on Wednesday affirmed the FTC's findings and ordered Apple to pay the original sum.

The trouble for Apple is that evo tactical case for apple iphone 6 and 6s - tactical/black Taiwan's FTC claims such practices are in violation of Taiwanese law, In 2013, the FTC said in a statement to the Wall Street Journal that Apple was in communication with all three major Taiwanese carriers -- Chunghwa Telecom, Ear EasTone Telecommunications, and Taiwan Mobile -- and required them to submit their proposed plans on iPhones, Apple would then approve those plans, allowing them to sell its devices, Under Taiwanese law, the FTC has argued, Apple should have no such control, Once a company provides its devices to a third-party carrier, that carrier has the right to handle all elements of pricing and sales, according to the commission, Apple bristled at this, desiring instead to control all aspects of the marketing and sales of its smartphone..

It's unclear what the loss will mean for Apple's relations with Taiwan. The company is one of Taiwan's most popular smartphone makers. It's unlikely that Apple would leave Taiwan, given its success there. Apple does have the right to appeal the case. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The Taiwanese government wins a suit in which the company was accused of illegally assigning prices to the iPhone. Apple has been slapped with a fine in a case that could create a unfavorable precedent for the company.

Terms of the deal weren't disclosed, Recon makes glasses for sports and fitness with a lot of the same functions as Google's troubled evo tactical case for apple iphone 6 and 6s - tactical/black Glass eyewear, which the search giant in January decided to stop selling for now after the device faced privacy concerns, Recon's Jet glasses, which cost about $700 each, have a built-in display to show directions and activity statistics during a run, and also connect to a smartphone to offer texts and notifications, It has a camera for taking photos and videos, as well, The company also sells the Recon Snow2, for alpine skiing..

"Going forward, we'll continue leading the smart eyewear category for sports, and we'll be able to bring our technology and innovation to completely new markets," Dan Eisenhardt, Recon's co-founder and CEO, said in a statement Wednesday. Buying Recon continues Intel's effort in the past year to expand into wearables, as it tries to make itself the go-to chips company for the burgeoning market of smartwatches, smartglasses and other Internet-connected devices. Intel, which dominates the personal-computer and data-center chips markets, missed the boom in smartphones and doesn't want to repeat that mistake. For now, though, Intel generates a tiny slice of its revenue from wearables sales.

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