OK lawsuit groupies, get your signs and banners ready, as the most anticipated lawsuit of this week kicks off today! A California courtroom will be the arena for the battle between the Cupertino Kids, (Apple!), and the bombastic battlers from Korea, (Samsung!)
Articles by Chris Hauk
Hear that? It’s the sound of lawyers skidding around the corner as they chase the next big lawsuit “ambulance”. Following the announcement of Apple’s purchase of AuthenTec on Friday, two law firms are “investigating” the purchase for “possible breaches of fiduciary responsibility.”
As a counter to Samsung’s allegations that Apple borrowed design elements from Sony when developing the iPhone, Apple has revealed an iPhone prototype from 2005 that shares design elements with the iPhone 4 released in 2010.
The New York Post reports today that The Metropolitan Transportation Authority gave Apple an “unfair edge” last year in the bidding for the prime retail perch in Grand Central Terminal that the Cupertino giant’s retail store now occupies.
Apple is rumored to be planning the release of two new cases for its anticipated next-generation iPhone. One of the designs is said to have a “major impact on the accessory market.”
Time for another visit with Siri. It’s question and answer time, with Siri in the hot seat.
A new report from Opera Software says the iPhone is the top performer in the “mobile ad monetization performance space”. (God, I love technical talk!) It’s closely followed by Android devices, then there’s a large gap, and “all the rest” fall in behind.
Another story to file under “When Lawyers Attack!”, as the comedic tragedy about Apple, Proview, and a little thing called the rights to the iPad name in China takes an unexpected twist.
A combination of easy access and a low price has Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion on track to become one of the most quickly adopted operating systems in recent history.
Thursday marked the first time ever Apple presented at the annual Black Hat hacker conference, and while expectations were high, the reality proved to be underwhelming.
Thursday a judge denied Apple’s request to transfer its patent suit with Kodak to a New York district court. The venue change could have delayed plans that bankrupt Kodak had to sell off patents from their lucrative portfolio.
A London court granted Apple’s request to postpone an order given earlier this month requiring Apple to post a public notice on their U.K. website and several British newspapers that Samsung’s Galaxy tablets do not infringe on Apple’s iPad design patents.
Apple has reportedly made a deal to purchase AuthenTec, a security company best known for creating fingerprint sensors. The price tag for the acquisition will be $356 million.
Children today need more than just a static page in a book with a few colorful drawings. Reading today is a multimedia presentation, with animation, sound, music, and 5 different languages!
My wife and I travel quite a bit, for both business and pleasure. When we do, we like to go on tours and see local attractions. But, we also like to save money. Enter Go Select Passes by developer Smart Destinations.
Reuters says today that an unsealed document in the Apple-Samsung legal brouhaha reveals that the iPhone generates more profit for Apple than the iPad does. How much more? How about twice as much per unit!