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.
If you’re reading this post, you probably share a common problem that all gadget packrats share. We have lots of devices but no good way to store them while they are not being used. I keep my older MacBook Air on the end table next to my side of our double Lazy Boy couch, Jeanne keeps her MacBook Pro on the floor.
Last week, the Supreme Court reached a decision to support gay marriage nation-wide. Many tech companies in California exploded in cheer. For example, Snapchat added gay-pride filters to its app, and Uber changed car icons on its maps to rainbows. Apple is currently the only Fortune 50 company with an openly-gay CEO, Tim Cook.
The nation's only successful challenge to the National Security Agency's bulk telephone metadata surveillance program lasted just one day, as a federal appeals court is allowing the constitutionally suspect program to continue unabated.
Uber drivers are not employees of the ride hailing company. Instead they are contractors responsible for their own gas, vehicle upkeep and if anything happens to the driver or car while they are searching for a passenger, it's on them. Three drivers are challenging the way Uber does business by saying that the current situation violates California labor laws.
A federal judge has refused to throw out a lawsuit filed by a games publisher accusing Oculus VR of stealing trade secrets and code in the creation of the Oculus virtual-reality headset.The ruling late last month by Jorge A.
We had a feeling today was going to be the day, so we headed to the courthouse an hour before the ruling," Kenneth Denson, one of the store's owners, told Business Inisder., where it has scored 5,093upvote points since being shared around noon on Friday.Here's a picture of the shop owners waiting in line at the courthouse.
Earlier this year it became apparent that HTC was releasing ads disguised as notifications to users - now Samsung may be on the same path. What we're seeing here is a set of notifications that'll pop up in the pull-down notifications and settings menu on an Android device - newer Samsung devices, in this case - that'll link to a Samsung webpage where the items advertised are for sale.
Starting in the fall, iPhone and iPad owners will notice yet another new Apple app on their iPhone called News . It's a curated-news service that serves up stories and media from various news organizations and packages them into a beautiful magazine-style interface. The idea isn't revolutionary.
Patent wars among big tech companies won't have an end. There will only be more lawsuits to be filed and more abuses to be made by any party who wants to make it big in the mobile industry. All these firms will find more ways to slap each other with cases that sometimes don't really make any sense or can be considered a waste of our time.
A new Galaxy tablet is coming. Yet another Galaxy Tab? Nope. Surprisingly, the South Korean tech giant decided on a new series name this time. The upcoming Android tablet is believed to be the Samsung Galaxy View which was also teased during the IFA 2015 last month. The tablet is said to have a larger display and is aimed for the homes, offices, and classrooms.
As France comes to terms with its deadliest domestic attack since World War II, attention has quickly turned to whether European governments need to reassess how they collect, manage and use people’s digital footprint.Already, European politicians are mulling new rules that would allow them to share airline passenger data across the 28-member bloc to identity potential terrorists.
Nook is still alive even if the International Nook Store has closed . Thanks to Samsung for stepping up and working with Barnes & Noble to release the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK which was followed up recently by the Galaxy Tab S2 Nook ,also said to be the slimmest Samsung tablet to date.
If you thought the so-called right to be forgotten was limited to Europe, think again.A court ruling in Europe last year said that people could request search engines to remove a link if it went to a page that unfairly besmirched them. The ruling went somewhat counter to the prevailing thinking about the Internet as a sort of free-wheeling data hose.A French court later went a step further.
On Friday, a federal judge dismissed an anti-surveillance lawsuit brought by Wikimedia, ruling in favor of the National Security Agency. In his 30 page ruling, US District Judge Richard D. Bennett found that Wikimedia and the other plaintiffs had no standing, and could not prove that they had been surveilled, largely echoing the previous 2013 Supreme Court decision in the case of Clapper v.
If you've followed the smartphone patent wars, you know that the US International Trade Commission is a force to be reckoned with -- copy someone's product and you could face a sales ban. Its authority apparently doesn't extend into the digital realm, however. An appeals court has ruled that the ITC can't block internet transmissions from other countries when it hands down a ruling.
We've seen various stress tests of using different means to find out the survivability of smartphones, from manual pressure to robotic posteriors . But what if you had a manual test that was strong and brutal enough it might as well have been done by a machine? Well, now we do. Meet MMA fighter Luke Rockhold and his roundhouse kick.
Apple might not commonly be in the business of making apps for Android, but a new leak suggests it has cross-platform ambitions for Apple Music. The subscription-based streaming service launched back in June with iOS 8.4 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, and OS X, but according to a new set of screenshots, work is progressing on what's purportedly an Android version of the software.
Ready for more unofficial Samsung love? By now, the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S6 edge+ phablets are probably one of Samsung's worst kept secrets, though we're also hoping to still be surprised when the Korean OEM unveils the two next month. Presuming, the rumored dates are correct, of course.