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Apple has convinced a federal judge to let jurors hear about document destruction by Samsung in their patent infringement trial that is scheduled to begin on July 30.
In what appears to be some very bad news for Samsung, it appears that the Korean company was explicitly and repeatedly warned that their smartphones and tablets were too similar to the iPhone and iPad, and were cautioned not to copy Apple.
Following the launch of Mountain Lion yesterday, it appeared that Apple had completely removed OS X Lion from the Mac App Store, removing it from many users’ purchased lists in the process. Fortunately, all is not as it seems.
Alongside today’s release of OS X Mountain Lion, Apple also released Safari 6.0 for Mac. However, the Windows version of Safari didn’t see any update love. Actually, it disappeared from Apple’s site almost completely.
The latest item on Apple’s long list of updates today is a revised version of their new Podcasts app for iOS, which includes a number of significant bug fixes and improvements to overall stability.
Apple today released the latest version of their development platform, Xcode 4.4, with Retina Display support, as well as full support for submitting OS X Mountain Lion apps to the Mac App Store.
There’s a whole lot happening on your Mac, you’ve got emails coming in, instant messages, alarms, etc. Mountain Lion’s Notification Center brings that all together into one location, where everything can be quickly seen at a glance.
Amid all of the fuss being made about Apple’s new OS X Mountain Lion, Microsoft published a note on their blog assuring users that both Microsoft Office for Mac 2008 and Office for Mac 2011 are fully compatible with Mountain Lion.
Apple’s release of OS X Mountain Lion earlier today brought a previously iOS-only feature to the Mac: Game Center – and Apple launched a new Game Center hub on the Mac App Store with a running list of all of compatible games!
In yet another addition to the long list of apps updated alongside the OS X Mountain Lion release today, Apple has updated their iTunes U app for iOS, adding a number of great new features.
OS X Mountain Lion has a ton of cool new features – and we’ve covered a lot of those. But our little fingers can only do so much typing in a single day! Here’s an awesome video showing you 30 features in just 2 minutes!
Mountain Lion also has some great new features that haven’t been emphasized, fully explained, or widely trumped. We’ve decided to pick a few and give them the attention they deserve.
As of iOS 5, you could mirror your iPad or iPhone to an Apple TV. Mac users salivated and begged for the same ability. Well wipe your chin and listen up True Believer! OS X Mountain Lion brings AirPlay Mirroring to your late-model Mac. Here’s how!
Continuing with their arsenal of updates to support OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has released updates for several of their creative apps, including Aperture, iPhoto, and iMovie.
It’s been a big day for updates from Apple so far due to the release of OS X Mountain Lion, and I’m sure we haven’t seen the end of it yet! Apple has released updates for their Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps for iOS with full support for Documents in the Cloud.