Several Smart TV makers are taking no chances amid rumors of Apple’s entry into the Smart TV market. They are reportedly attempting to form alliances with each other to defend their piece of the pie from the looming Apple threat.
Articles by Chris Hauk
Motorola Mobility, a subsidiary of Google, Thursday appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit an ITC ban won by, no not Apple, but Microsoft, that took effect this week, requiring the removal of a meeting scheduler feature.
Samsung has lost two more motions to stay the preliminary injunction that is blocking sales of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the United States.
Apple assembler Foxconn announced that it is planning a new manufacturing facility in Indonesia, with a value placed at $1 billion. The new plant will come in addition to Foxconn’s manufacturing sites in China’s Chengdu province and Brazil.
EPEAT announced on Wednesday that the organization will be reassessing how it rates ultrathin laptops like Apple’s MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Apple or its products weren’t specifically mentioned in the announcement.
Wednesday, the U.S. Patent Office granted a patent to Apple for charging peripheral devices. The new patent describes a new type of power port that also transfers data.
After being told by a U.S. District Court judge that they couldn’t introduce Steve Jobs’ “anti-Android” statements into court, they’ve asked the judge to limit references Apple can make about the Apple co-founder.
Apple is building a new, smaller data center on its Maiden, NC campus. The new construction is in addition to the world’s largest private fuel-cell installation and solar farm.
Higher-resolution versions of graphics for Apple’s online store have been found, indicating the company is prepping the website for their devices with Retina displays.
On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court judge approved a request to bar “Anti-Android” statement made by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from a patent case against Samsung.
On Thursday, Apple completed the first round of Chinese customer reservations for the third-generation iPad. Apple used a new reservation system designed to both foil scalpers and keep crowds at bay.
Following the recent in-app purchase hack that stole from developers and potentially put users data to risk, developer Marco Tabini has launched a new, free service called Beeblex to make the process safer.
Apple has released a software update for June 2012 models of the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. The update is a bug fix that improves compatibility with some USB devices, and fixes an issue that can lead to increased CPU power consumption.
A U.S. judge has rejected requests by Apple and Samsung to keep parts of key documents out of the public view during the patent infringement battle set for trial later this month.
A U.K. judge has ordered Apple to advertise on its website and in British newspapers that the “not cool enough” Samsung Galaxy Tab did not copy the design of the iPad.
The iPhone 3GS has been on the market for a little over three years. Is there still life left in the old horse? Will it be put out to pasture, or continue as Apple’s entry-level drug for value minded consumers?