While Samsung works to stay the Apple v. Samsung damages retrial, the jury has already reached one very important verdict – No more sourdough bread on the sandwiches!
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Samsung filed a motion on Wednesday to stay the Apple v. Samsung damages retrial after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office found one of the patents-in-suit invalid.
China Mobile has announced it will introduce a new brand for mobile services on December 18th, raising hopes for those who believe the carrier will begin offering Apple’s iPhone on its network on that day.
If you have an older Mac and were bummed because the newest version of iMovie, introduced alongside Mavericks, wasn’t compatible with your machine, we may some good news for you.
In preparation for Friday’s release of the Xbox One gaming console, Microsoft has released the Xbox One SmartGlass app. The app brings the ability to navigate the Xbox One’s menus via your iOS device’s keyboard and touchscreen, enhance what you’re watching or playing with SmartGlass companions, and more.
Is the colder weather beginning to force you off of the biking path? Looking for a way to both track your indoor bicycling and make it interesting at the same time? Today PAFERS announces the release of XSPIN, the world’s first “Appcessory” for indoor fitness equipment.
The Macy’s department store chain and shopping app Shopkick are teaming to deliver the first retail-based iBeacons that will allow customers to find location-based recommendations, deal, and discounts using the Shopkick app while shopping in Macy’s stores located in Herald Square, New York and Union Square, San Francisco.
Apple has received a tax break approval from the Gilbert, AZ Public School Board, easing the way for Apple to continue with the development of a new sapphire glass manufacturing facility in Mesa, AZ.
The city of Cupertino has granted final approval to Apple for its planned “spaceship” campus. While the city council had unanimously agreed to the construction of the campus in October, it gave its formal approval on Tuesday.
Logitech has announced the PowerShell game controller for the iPhone 5/5s and the fifth-generation iPod Touch. The controller plugs into the Lightning port on the devices, and supplies console-style controls, with a directional pad, and shoulder and face buttons.
Apple has today released an Apple Store app optimized for the iPad. As could be expected, the app uses iOS 7 design elements, with a focus on imagery.
While it’s hardly news at this point, as Apple has been named the world’s most valuable brand many times over by a variety of different agencies, Apple has managed to nab the title once again, this time backed by research from Forbes, Thomson Reuters Fundamentals, and FactSet Research System.
The Mac App Store is home to more than 15 separate third-party Facebook Messenger apps. Some of them aren’t terrible – but sometimes the simplest solution is the one that comes straight from the source. According to Facebook, you can actually use Facebook Messenger straight from Messages.app (and even iChat).
Here we are in the middle of National Novel Writing Month, (Or, “NaNoWriMo” as it’s known to the cool kids), so we figured we’d give a little nudge to the aspiring writers in our audience by suggesting a few Mac Apps that can help you get your thoughts in place, plan your plotlines, and keep your mind on your writing.
FiftyThree, the folks who created the popular iPad drawing app “Paper,” which was iPad App of the Year in 2012, have released their own Bluetooth stylus for use with the iPad, and it’s been tagged with the appropriate moniker of “Pencil.”
Freebie wireless provider FreedomPop has announced it will now allow customers to bring their old Sprint compatible phones to both the network’s $0 per month, and über cheap wireless plans. This will soon include iPhones.