The legal dispute between Apple and Proview continues to rage on in China. If you need a quick refresher, Proview claim that they hold the rights to the “iPad” name in mainland China, while Apple says they purchased the full rights some years ago. A legal tussle ensued, and so far the whole thing has Read The Full Story
Mobile Insights is a daily newsletter from BI Intelligence delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up for a free trial of BI Intelligence today.Once China Is Factored In, iPhone 5S and 5C Weekend Results Are Less Impressive (BI Intelligence)Apple sold a combined 9 million units of the new iPhone 5S and 5C over the weekend.
Microsoft tried to pay various YouTube account holders to post positive reviews related to the Xbox One, Ars Technica reports. Video partners of Machinima were allegedly offered a premium of $3 for every thousand views on video segments, which included 30 seconds of material praising the entertainment console.
In the summer of 2010, a decision was made to end the unlimited data plan offered to iPad 3G owners, something that spawned a class action lawsuit that has been in play for a while now. As of this week, the dispute has been put to an end, with AT&T and Apple resolving to settle the matter and a U.S.
Apple announced it has entered a multi-year agreement with China Mobile to bring its iPhone to the world’s largest carrier, ending years of anticipation and speculation. China Mobile will carry the iPhone 5s and 5c in its retail stores and through Apple stores in mainland China starting Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. Both phones will be available for preorder starting on Christmas Day, Dec.
The terms of the settlement between the athletes and two of their targets, E.A. Sports and the Collegiate Licensing Company, were not disclosed in a federal court filing in Oakland, Calif.
The lawsuit, which was filed by the former U.C.L.A.
The week of an Apple product launch is usually pretty light on rumors, because this is the point in the news cycle where there are plenty of real stories to report on instead. There's also a mountain of manufactured controversy drawing attention to the Apple products that exist today and away from the hypothetical and inevitably controversial Apple products of tomorrow. Still, a few rumors did manage to squeak out this week, much like an accidental toot in an elevator.
Google Seeks Protection to Copy Books Without Permission
Google Inc. , owner of the world’s largest search engine, tried to persuade a judge that digitally copying millions of books for online searches without authors’ permission is protected by copyright law.
Anti-censorship blogs have found that when using Bing, it appears theChinese government's muzzlefor"damaging" web-based newsextends beyond its borders, but Microsoft says that's not the case.Bing search queriesare returning with wildly different results for Chinese-language users on US soil, according toGreatfire.
While TV broadcasters like CBS and Fox continue their legal battle against Aereo and its leased microantenna-to-internet streaming scheme, Bloomberg reports cable companies are watching more closely than ever.
As a kid I loved Sea Monkeys . As a college student I loved Sea Monkeys. And as an adult, I still have a fondness for the little brine shrimp brought to life from a powdery packet. They are a part of pop culture, appearing in South Park and even having a Saturday morning cartoon ages ago. When the App Store opened up, I had the idea to bring Sea Monkeys to the iPhone.
Samsung’s ‘Smart Pause’ feature, which stops on-screen scrolling when you look away, is being challenged. A Canadian University claims the technology was pinched from them, and they’re pursuing legal action as a result.
Last year Apple had no head of retail operations, so it needed someone.From all reports, it seems like hiring Ahrendts was better than hiring someone, it seems like Apple hit a home run, bringing in someone that's whip smart, but emotionally intelligent enough to thrive in the sometimes difficult Apple corporate culture.
I'm changing my mind about Bitcoin.
I used to think it was a joke or at best a currency for clowns.
Now, I no longer think that. Now, I don't know what its future is.
Here, let me explain.
I've gone through two phrases writing about the "crypto-currency" called Bitcoin. I first started paying close attention to it early this year.
CANDY CRUSHER is the legal equivalent ofKing’s CANDY CRUSH and CANDY CRUSH SAGA marks such that King can tack the prioruse of CANDY CRUSHER onto its use of the CANDY CRUSH marks."Ransom is upset because he says a lot of people are writing negative reviews of CandySwipe, because they expect the game to be Candy Crush Saga.In light of King trying to trademark "Candy" in the U.S.
Samsung has extended a patent licensing agreement with Nokia for another five years. Reports suggest that the talks have been going on for quite some time, and are a continuation of a current deal both companies have agreed to. Terms were not disclosed, but it’s believed that the original terms both parties agreed to are still in effect.
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