U.S. Patent and Trademark Office filings released on Tuesday show that the transfer of a number of Kodak patents to Apple has begun, as the iPhone manufacturer takes ownership of several patents related to digital photography.
Not everyone is down on Apple as an investment these days, as a Russian billionaire recently bought $100 million in Apple stock, and has publicly declared his faith in the company in a recent interview.
Amidst the gloom and doom predictions about the dark and murky future of Apple’s iPhone comes a survey that actually paints a rather bright outlook for the Cupertino company’s popular handset.
Apple has announced via its developer website that it will be holding a “road show” this fall with individual Tech Talk sessions for developers in various cities. The news follows Worldwide Developers Conference tickets selling out in less than two minutes.
Immediately following the filing of Apple’s latest Campus 2 building plans, they have once again sent a mailer out to neighbors in the Cupertino area surrounding the construction site, updating them with the latest news, and requesting input about the mammoth undertaking.
Apple has one less patent battle to wage, as Bloomberg reports that a U.S. District Judge has thrown out a lawsuit brought against the company by Golden Bridge Technology.
Apple’s iPad is tops in customer satisfaction for the second year in a row, according to the results of a J.D. Power survey released today.
German appeals court Karlsruhe Higher Regional Court has announced its decision to stay an appeal in the Apple v. Google’s Motorola Mobility case over a push notification patent. This development could allow iCloud push functionality to return for German users.
Apple has added a new “Learn More About In-App Purchases” feature to the iPad version of the App Store, as the company continues to attempt to make users aware that many apps, both free and paid, do offer the ability to purchase additional content from inside the apps.
Washington Post writer Allan Sloan says that the tax benefits of Apple’s plan to buy back $60 billion of its own stock will outweigh the cost of the loans it will take out to fund the buyback of the shares.
Are you one of those people who can never find their car in the parking garage at the mall? And, once you find your car, where are your keys? Well, if the new patents that were published by the U.S. Trade and Patent Office on Thursday are any indication, Apple is looking for ways to help you.
As you probably know by now, WWDC tickets went on sale Thursday at 10 AM Pacific, and were sold out by 10:02 AM Pacific. If you are one of the numerous disappointed developers that couldn’t get tickets for the conference, you’ll be glad to know the folks behind Appsterdam and a number of other events are organizing an alternate conference this year. AltWWDC to be exact.
Earlier this month, we reported that Apple’s upcoming “spaceship” Cupertino campus is running behind schedule and over budget. Apple was reported to be looking for ways to cut costs related to the project, and it appears they have found ways to do that.
A Chinese court has ordered Apple to pay three Chinese writers the amount of $118,000 for violation of their copyright over their works.
Developers, get your credit cards numbers memorized and your fingers limbered up! Tickets for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference go on sale at 10 AM PDT, 1 PM EST today. The event will be held June 10 through 14 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. The tickets usually sell out in a matter of a few hours, so be ready to enter your info and grab those tickets.
PC management services company Soluto has released the results of their “in the field” testing which has revealed an interesting fact, the number one performing Windows laptop is actually a MacBook Pro.