Obviously, Sprint is quite against the planned merger of AT&T with T-Mobile. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has been especially critical of the idea, stating that the deal would make an uneven playing field for competitors – which would be bad for consumers.Read More →
As Apple’s battle with its longtime rival Android rages on, the ammunition just keeps piling up.
This time, Apple brings out a huge accusation – claiming that a key patent for a “real-time signal processing” API that is part of Android’s framework was actually developed by Apple engineers a while back.
The ironic part is that one of those engineers was Andy Rubin, who is now co-founder of Android and Google executive.Read More →
A recent lawsuit filed by the FTC on Friday targeted W3 Innovations for collecting the personal information of children.
W3 Innovations is the parent company of Broken Thumbs Apps, which was the creator of popular apps such as Zombie Duck Hunt, Truth or Dare, and Emily’s Dress Up – Apps which have been downloaded a total of more than 50,000 times in the App Store.Read More →
9to5 Mac recently found this advertisement being featured in India’s #1 newspaper.
At first glance, it looks like what seems to be you’re average everyday iPhone. However, when you look closely at the device, you will immediately see that it is anything but.
Prominently featured at the top left of the device is the word “YuG”, which is definetly not Hindi for Apple.Read More →
Nowadays, it seems that half of all the news from the tech world is about law-suits. Especially Apple-related ones.
Of course, most of the lawsuits we are hearing about are pretty high-profile, such as Apple’s battle with HTC, Nokia, and Android. However, a recent discovery by FOSS Patents has unearthed what used to be a more hidden dispute and brought it to the lime-light.Read More →
Affinity Labs has sued Apple over two patent violations, one for a “Content Delivery System and Method” and the other for a “Method for Managing Media.” We’ve heard recent reported of Apple hiring more lawyers, and looks like they need it with all the lawsuits that they get themselves involved in, almost all over patent violations. Here’s the official complaint:Read More →
On July 19, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
Google and Apple are once again caught up in a furious battle in court, as Apple has recently unleashed a whirlwind of lawsuits against Android-based smartphone developers such as HTC and Samsung.
However, even when faced with all of these problems, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt remained calm when asked about the lawsuits at Google’s Mobile Revolution conference in Tokyo.Read More →