A class-action suit against Apple began this week. Consumers and businesses are suing Apple for $350 million, claiming the company was wrong to block other programs and services from syncing with the iPod.according to a transcript of the deposition from Reuters As part of the case, Steve Jobs gave a deposition in 2011 before his death.
Last week, Sony put its anticipated Steve Jobs movie in turnaround, and rumor had it Universal Pictures would be stepping up to take over. Nary a week later, that move has been confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter by a Universal spokesperson. Few other official details are available at this time, but sources say the movie was shopped around for over $30 million.
Three years after his death, Steven P. Jobs is very much a presence in courtrooms across the country, Brian X. Chen reports.And that’s not necessarily good news for Apple.In December, the company is set to go to trial in the third major antitrust lawsuit it has faced since Mr. Jobs died. His emails will play an important role in the case, as they did in the last two.
Ready to use the browser in yournew Nintendo 3DSmore than you likely ever have so far? As spotted bythe Verge, Japanese userGuiro@Sumaburufound an Easter egg that lets you play a gloriously silly version ofBreakout. All you need to do is open the browser, tap on it to the rhythm of the Mario theme song (yep), and then click on your favorite site of choice.
As work on the Aaron Sorkin-penned biography movie of Steve Jobs continues to move forward, the full line-up of actors continues to shift. With Michael Fassbender only recently confirmed to be starring as Jobs , and Seth Rogen to portray Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, there are still a number of important and supporting roles that are unaccounted for.
Apple's market cap passed $700 billion shortly after trading opened Tuesday morning. The stock was trading at about $119 and climbing. The market cap was about $701 billion. Apple's stock has been on a steady rise all year, and it's only been fueled by the wildly successful iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launch. Apple posted record opening weekend sales for the new iPhones in September.
In 1996, Steve Jobs talked to Wired about the "Web," a relatively new technological phenomenon that had not yet fully taken off. In the interview, the Apple cofounder hinted at how the internet would have an impact on "commerce" — this was before the term "e-commerce" had been coined, of course. "It's going to be huge," Jobs said. He couldn't have been more right.
Starwood Hotels has service called Starwood Preferred Guests which gives perks to people regularly frequent the chain. One of those perks is an iPhone app while allows members to book stays and then use their phone as a key to unlock their room. Members don't even need to check in at the desk at W, Aloft, or Element hotels.
Apple's lawyers are doing everything they can to prevent the release of a video that shows Steve Jobs giving testimony, The Verge reports . The video is part of the iPod antitrust case against Apple, in which the company is accused of deleting music from iPods without telling customers. The plaintiffs say Apple wiped music that wasn't downloaded from iTunes off of iPods without telling customers.
Sony blew it Wednesday by pulling "The Interview" from theaters without coming up with an alternative way to distribute the movie. There was a big opportunity to at least announce that the "The Interview" would premiere online instead of in theaters. But by completely caving to demands, Sony has emboldened other hackers to harass companies with the expectation of similar results.
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