Recently, Apple and Samsung were asked by court to reduce the number of patent claims against each other. Now Apple has planned, which lawsuits to drop.
On Tuesday, 3 July 2012, US Bankruptcy Judge Allan Groper said in a hearing that struggling Kodak can auction off more than 1,100 patents as part of its bankruptcy restructuring plan. This was reported by Bloomberg.
NetMarketShare has released its latest report on Internet usage by mobile devices. As many expect, not only has iOS remained on top for Internet usage, but Apple’s Operating System (OS) has grown its lead up to 65% of total mobile Internet traffic.
After a four-month investigation of 10 of Apple’s Chinese suppliers, China Labor Watch (CLW) has concluded that working conditions in many of the factories of Apple’s component manufacturers are “deplorable”.
Samsung does not want to hear this. Last weekend, a California court granted Apple a preliminary injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus phone, piling on an earlier decision to ban the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Google and Apple have unveiled their future plans for their respective mobile platforms. It is up to the consumers, and more importantly, the third-party app developers to make their decisions.
Many Apple TV owners enjoy customization. Now here is a good news for such owners.
Apart from launching iTunes Store music and movie content in twelve new Asian countries, Apple has also begun selling the Apple TV in some of of these markets.
One month after releasing Update 3.13, Apple released Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.14. The latest update was released on Tuesday, 26 June 2012.
Spotify has been available to a certain segment of the BlackBerry population for some time now. Originally, it as an iOS app.