Round a few corners, a bit of nip-tuck and a tossed-on N. Oh, and probably just being sick and tired of the whole ordeal. We're assuming that's the recipe for getting the Cupertino-sourced gorilla off of Samsung's back, as a judge at the district court in Düsseldorf, Germany just issued a preliminary ruling that effectively clears the Galaxy Tab 10.
Google and Oracle arestillarguing over code at the foundation of Google's mobile operating system, Android. Google this week filed a petition with the United States Supreme Court, which appealed a lower court's ruling that Oraclecanlegally copyright foundational code.
Apple has been fighting to trademark the App Store name in Australia for a while now. The electronics firm lost the original case to trademark App Store last March and Apple filed an appeal with the court. Apple has now lost that appeal in Australia as the Register of Trade Marks in that country has denied Apple again.
Despiteputting the brakeson injunctionsin both Berlinand Hamburg, Uber has once again felt the effects of a ban, but this time it's effective on a national level. Earlier today, a court in Frankfurt ruled that the car-hailing service doesn't have the necessary permits or insurance under German law.
LONDON — Germany can’t seem to make up its mind about Uber, the ride-sharing service.On Friday, a Berlin court upheld a ban imposed on the start-up that had barred it from operating across the German capital.
The Galaxy Note 4 remains out of reach but unsurprisingly it is Samsung 's home court that will get their hands on it first. The Korean manufacturer has just announced that the smartphone will be available for purchase in Korea starting September 26, with the rest of the world to follow next month.
Matthew Green, cryptography professor at Johns Hopkins, knows all about iPhone security and apparently so does his 7-year-old son, Harrison. According to CNN Money , the child was able to bypass Apple's Touch ID security measures and access Angry Birds Transformers using a simple physical attack.
It's getting awfully cold outside, which really means one thing: Your time is much better spent curled up in bed reading. Amazon's trying to make that proposition a little more enticing for iOS devotees with a new app update that (among other things!) makes the whole shebang a little more social.
Well you 've got to give props to Samsung, if only for being quick to the punch. Barely a day after Apple's iPhone and Watch media event, Samsung Mobile began posting a series of web ads mocking Apple's recent product announcements from all angles.
Apple launched its new wearable device, the Apple Watch, on Tuesday and the tech media has gushed with enthusiasm about the device. Everyone seems to love it. " Apple Watch looks to be another winner ," says ABC. But the device has two obvious flaws that people aren't really saying much about.
The best thing about iOS 8 isn'tcontinuity textingor aliberated keyboard-- it's that it'll give yourock hard abs. Which isexactlywhat you need if you're going to pull off any of Under Armour'sskin-tight clothing. The sports brand wants to help you along with that, and has just updated its suite of apps (the popular MapMy...franchise it bought) to include unified activity tracking.
Good news for individuals in Europe looking to have unwanted information about them purged from internet search results, as Microsoft's Bing and Yahoo 's search have officially started accepting and processing "right to be forgotten" requests.
Now that Apple's newiPhone 6 Plusis ready to play in theGalaxy Note 4'ssize territory, Samsung is taking the competition on with afew new ads. It's revived the "It Doesn't Take A Genius" tagline, and first up is a segment making fun of Apple's glitchy live video stream duringyesterday's presentation.
It would appear that Apple's regular relatively strict controls on pricing for iPhones and iPads will have little to no baring on the liquidation of Phone 4U. This mobile device company was kicked to the curb earlier this year - right before the release of the iPhone 6.
Twitter has been publishing whatbits of infoit's allowed to concerning national security requests for some time now, but the social media feed wants the ability to publishthe whole thing. Today, the outfitfiled a lawsuitaiming to get approval to post its entire transparency report.
Apple's larger-sized iPhone may run apps a little differently than the smaller 4.7-inch model, according to a new report from 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman . Alleged screenshots taken by developer Steven Troughton-Smith suggest apps may be optimized for the 5.5-inch iPhone's bigger screen with a new split-screen view. When you tilt the 5.