In a court filing Monday evening, Judge Lucy Koh denied Apple’s request for a permanent sales ban on the 26 Samsung products found to have infringed Apple’s patents in a jury verdict this past August.
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The cellular versions of Apple’s iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad have received approval that will allow them to operate on the China Unicom and China Telecom 3G networks.
Social check-in service Foursquare may be serving up more than restaurant tips and reviews from your friends. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has been chatting it up with Foursquare Labs in recent weeks to mine location data for use with the less than popular Apple Maps.
Samsung was pinning its hopes for a retrial in the Apple v. Samsung case on allegations of juror misconduct, but it’s no-go on that front, as Judge Lucy Koh denied its request Monday evening.
The folks at JailbreakNation have devised a clever workaround to trick Siri into using Google Maps for directions rather than Apple’s controversial Maps app – and best of all, all it takes to make the magic happen are two little words: via transit.
Apple released a pair of EFI updates for their most recent Macs, addressing issues with sleep and Thunderbolt, as well as general performance improvements.
We all have online relationships, between Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram, it can be hard to keep track of who we know or follow, and on which social network we do it all on. Enter Friend Check from MobileLife Studio.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) has sent a letter to the head of the Federal Aviation Administration. She says the flying public is “growing increasingly skeptical” of prohibitions on the use of electronic devices like tablets and computers during the beginning and end of flights.
Google’s new Maps app for iOS has certaily caused a great deal of excitement, providing users with a solid alternative to Apple’s own iOS 6 mapping app. Google has really done a great job on the app – and according to Google, it’s actually even better than the Android version!
2012 has been a huge year in tech, but also more specifically in apps. To put this into perspective, AppsFire has created this awesome inforgraphic with all the facts and figures about the App Store from the year 2012.
According to a new report from the Taiwan Economic News, Amazon is ready to compete in the mobile phone market with its own Android based offering.
When Apple announced their new ultra-thin iMacs, it quickly became known that the 21.5-inch model makes it nearly impossible for users to upgrade anything. Fortunately, OWC is here to help, and has released the first 21.5-inch iMac RAM upgrade kit so you can make the swap at home!
The fine folks at Crackberry have some photos and an excellent video of the upcoming BlackBerry L-Series phone and its next-genertaion BlackBerry 10 operating system, and of course this means it gets compared to the iPhone 5. As well it…
Google has just launched YouTube Capture – a new video recording app to quickly record, edit, and upload videos to YouTube, as well as Google+, Facebook, and Twitter in just a few clicks.
Whenever I make a visit to my local Gamestop or Best Buy, I wander through the aisles, checking out the latest in video gaming hardware and software. Sure, I’m tempted by the Sony PlayStation Vita, and the Nintendo 3DS, I even fondle them a bit. But I always come back to one thought. “What the hell do I need these for when I have my iPhone and iPad?”
That sound you heard over the weekend was 10 million slaps to the face of Apple. According to Googler Jeff Huber, the company reached 10 million downloads of Google Maps for iPhone in less than 48 hours. Jeff Huber on Google+…