Following two separate injunctions banning U.S. sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone and Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Korean company has now been dealt a third major blow in its legal crusade against Apple.
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Virgin Mobile launched Apple’s iPhone 4 and 4S to few reported lines and little fanfare. Virgin became the second U.S. prepaid carrier to offer the iPhone. Cricket was the first, they launched the iPhone June 22.
After Mobile Me was terminated by Apple on June 30th, another legacy cloud service, iWork.com is also going to the grave Apple announced today.
Apple’s won-lost legal record against courtroom and market foe Samsung has improved recently with a string of victories. Now, it sets its sights on the latest “flagship” in the Android smartphone world, the Samsung Galaxy S III.
According to a company statement released Monday, Micron is buying Japanese chip maker Elpida for $750 million in cash, and $1.75 billion in future installments. They also announced they would buy a 24% stake in Taiwanese chip maker Rexchip. With these deals they will be come a supplier for Apple.
If you’re looking to get your hands one one of Apple’s new 2012 MacBook Airs or MacBook Pros, Best Buy has an offer you just might want to take a look at – significant discounts on all new 2012 MacBooks!
9to5Mac reports that VideoLAN has released update 2.0.2 of VLC, their popular media player, and the list of updates is as tall enough to ride Space Mountain all by itself. The headlining feature will bring a smile to the face of Retina Display MacBook Pro owners.
Apple has grabbed an increasingly larger share of mobile devices being tracked by Net Applications, reaching a whopping 65 percent in June. The 65.27 percent share was up from 62.65 percent in May.
Following significant OS X malware concerns in the past, such as the massive recent Flashback trojan episode, a new piece of OS X malware has been spotted in the wild by Kaspersky Labs.
A Chinese court announced Monday that Apple had reached an agreement with Proview for the Chinese rights to the iPad trademark. Apple has agreed to pay $60 million for the rights to the name.
With the overwhelming popularity of Apple’s products, it’s not wonder that its stores are getting crowded, so much so that they’ve had to think of way for Genius bars to accommodate more customers.
Koi Pond 3D is a fantastic and realistic “live wallpaper” for your Apple computer, allowing Mac users, to enjoy a peaceful moment whenever they are sitting at their computer.
In this Mac tip, I take a look at a way to easily and quickly move text from one area to another by dragging and dropping.
This week we learn how Steve Jobs wasn’t happy with the appearance of the PC Board in the Macintosh, so as usual, he decided to ask for a new one before the engineers convinced him that the older one worked better.
The fine handcrafted bookbindery cases made by Pad & Quill have long been among my favorites, and now Pad & Quill has released their most exquisite iPad case yet: The Octavo Luxury Case.
Believe it or not, we’re back for another visit with our beta (not best) friend, Siri!