Articles by Chris Hauk

MacTrast Senior Editor, and self-described "magnificent bastard," Chris Hauk owns Phoenix Rising Services and writes for everyone's favorite "bad movie" website, Big Bad Drive-In.

His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 5 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, iPad, iPhone, and 2 Apple TVs to his collection.

He lives somewhere in the deep Southern part of America. Yes, he has to pump in both sunshine, and the Internet.

Don't forget to check out Chris' two latest endeavors, as the "Apple Expert" at Answers.com, and his own personal tech blog at chrishauk.com

MacTrast Deals: Last Chance: Pay What You Want: Learn To Design Bundle

Posted on 27/02/2015 by Chris Hauk

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It’s your last chance to pay ANY amount you like for 2 courses — Learning Responsive Web Design and Learning Creative Web Design The Easy Way — but if you pay above the average price (which is only $8.61 at the time of this post), you’ll get the full set of 8 courses.

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Apple Faces Second Lawsuit from Smartflash

Posted on 27/02/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Texas patent holding firm Smartflash LLC, fresh off a $532.9 million court victory against Apple, is once more suing the iPhone maker, attempting to get another payday for the same patents’ use in devices that debuted after the original case was underway.

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Ericsson to Sue Apple Over LTE Patents Licensing

Posted on 27/02/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Swedish networking company Ericsson says they’re suing Apple, following the breakdown of negotiations for a licensing deal for its patented LTE technologies. The Wall Street Journal says Ericsson is suing Apple for infringing 41 wireless-related patents.

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Readdle’s Printer Pro Named as Apple’s iOS App of the Week

Posted on 26/02/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Readdle’s popular app, Printer Pro has been named as Apple’s iOS App of the Week. The app, which allows users to print attachments, documents, web pages and more right from their iPhone or iPad to any Wi-Fi or USB printer, is usually $6.99, but will be available FREE for the next seven days.

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