Apple might not be the most valuable company of all time after you adjust for inflation, but according to one analyst, that distinction won’t last, as Apple is on track to become the world’s first trillion dollar company!
Since AT&T has changed its policy regarding FaceTime over 3G – restricting it to only new and expensive plans, there has been outrage and disbelief. There has even been talk of trouble with the FCC, but now it’s time for people to have their say, and a petition from FreePress has already garnered significant support.
Apple has been awarded a patent for a shock-absorbing rubber coating that will help protect fragile components such as the glass display of an iPhone.
The morning’s trial session between Apple and Samsung will begin with the lengthy reading of 84 “jury instructions”. The instructions tell the jurors how they must apply the law while they deliberate. Judge Lucy Koh did have one request before beginning the instructions…
Ex-Apple employee Wayne Goodrich has sued his former company for firing him. He claims to have been a close confidant to Steve Jobs, and says the late company co-founder promised him lifetime employment.
The upcoming update to OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.1 may improve battery life on Apple’s MacBook lineup, according to at least one developer with access to the developer seed.
The Moscow News reports that Apple is looking to start selling its products ‘without the use of middlemen’, and that it has already registered the company Apple Rus and appointed Vitaly Morozko, the local legal advisor, as director of it.
CEOs from Apple and Samsung met one last time to try to settle their difference. Unfortunately, the peace talks have failed, and the matter will be left up to a jury.
Mounting your iPad or tablet on a wall can actually come in handy. The Koala Mount will do exactly that, all while keeping your wall damage free.
On Friday, an Apple expert witness brought out a detailed recreation of the Fidler tablet concept. The tablet was recreated in an attempt to disprove Samsung’s “prior art” claims against the iPad.
Apple stock has been firmly on the rise again lately as investors anticipate new product releases. Earlier today, Apple surpassed Microsoft’s record as the most valuable public company of all time, and has now closed at a new all-time high of $665.12!
Apple iCalendar subscription servers appear to be offline. The servers host iCalendar files which any user with an application that supports the iCalendar (ICS) standard can subscribe to.
On Friday, Motorola Mobility, who just happens to be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Google, announced the filing of a new ITC complaint against Apple. There are seven patents-in-suit in the filing.
Analyst Tim Bajarin recently spoke with some of Apple’s competitors, and he received some interesting feedback on just how they feel about Apple, and more tellingly, what they FEAR about Apple.
Apple opened stores #374 and #375 worldwide in Canada over the weekend, and Jim Dalrymple, (Respect the beard!), came up with a few details about how Apple’s little experiment is working out for it…
John Sculley, the former Apple CEO, has claimed in an interview with Bloomberg that a move into the TV market is ‘Apple’s game to lose’ and that Apple’s smartphone and tablet domination would give them an edge in the living room area.