The damages Samsung was set to pay Apple have been reduced by 40 percent after a California judge ruled that the award was calculated on “impermissible legal theory.”
Former employee says product is probably under development, after analysts forecast $1.5bn market in 'wearable computing'
A federal jury in Delaware has found Apple’s iPhone infringes on three patents held by MobileMedia, a patent-holding company formed by Sony, Nokia and MPEG LA.
Believe it or not, the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted Apple exclusive rights to technology that simulates the act of turning a page on e-readers, tablet computers, and other digital devices.According to Nick Bilton of the New York Times, the USPTO granted the Cupertino, California-based tech giant’s application for patent D670,713, entitled “Display screen or portion thereof with animated graphical user interface,” last week.
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has ordered Apple to pay the legal fees of competitor Samsung on an 'indemnity basis' after the company published a "false and misleading" notice in the wake of a patent lawsuit over the iPad. The judgement, intended to humiliate Apple, will require the company to pay for all expenses associated with Samsung's legal defense, with any disputes over the exact amount likely to be resolved in the latter firm's favor.
Apple may have solved their trademark problems in China, but it appears they may have a bigger problem on its hands south of the U.S. border, as a court in Mexico City has denied an injunction that would have allowed Apple to continue to sell under the iPhone brand because it violates the trademarks of iFone, a Mexican telecommunications company. The ruling could have a major impact on Apple’s phone sales in Mexico, as well as affecting the marketing and sales plans of several wireless service providers in the country, some of which were gearing up to offer the iPhone 5 to customers this weekend.
Because a UK court ruled that Samsung did not infringe on a design patent that Apple owns, the Cupertino company was forced into posting up a public apology on both its website and in print ads, to make sure the world was aware of the situation. If such a ruling involved a normal company, the apology and brief note in ads would probably be straight forward, with a simple one or two line remark about the whole ordeal. But no, this is Apple, the company that can do no wrong.
Take a hint Apple.
See what happens when Jack uses his Apple Maps App to navigate the maze during a blizzard in The Shining. SPOILER ALERT: All work and no way makes Jack a lost boy.
backyard apple tree + excessive boredom = pie
September 26th, 2012, San Francisco, in a series of "stunts" to gain public attention for a new Apple iPhone 5 and iPad game launch, a startup went overboard causing massive property damage.
Apple iPad Mini rumors are everywhere and the ultimate Siri versus Android Jelly Bean showdown! And, it turns out Siri sure loves stallions. TechnoBuffalo's ...
An interviewer, obviously for lulz, decided to randomly interview one of the mindless apple sheeple sitting in line waiting for the new phone to be released. She doesn't even know she's being made fun of the entire time.
Apple’s legal representatives will ask U.S. Federal Judge Lucy H. Koh to triple the damages Samsung has been ordered to pay after losing a patent case to $3 billion in the Sept. 21 judgment
The International Trade Commission voted yesterday to investigate Apple for patent infringement allegations launched by the Google-owned Motorola Mobility. As expected, Motorola is asking for import bans on just about every iOS device, including iPhones, iPods, and iPads. What might be surprising is that Motorola is also asking for a ban on every type of Mac OS X computer, claiming Apple's iMessage technology infringes a Motorola patent.
Goodnight, sweet prince.
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I wouldn't hesitate to buy a phone like that.
The huge success of Apple products over the last 15 years has regularly been attributed in part to their incredibly iconic designs.
But were Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder and former CEO, and Jonathan Ive, the company’s Senior Vice President of Industrial Design, inspired by products designed by German consumer goods manufacturer Braun in the 1950s and 1960s?
Shit Apple Fanatics Say, Part 1 Part 2 is here: http://youtu.be/kTTSsB92L_s ------------------- WRITERS Scott Rose
THOUSANDS of students in an east China city are being forced to work at a Foxconn plant after classes were suspended at the beginning of the new semester, it has been revealed.