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iPhone innovation in the land of the dazzle-blind

iPhone innovation in the land of the dazzle-blind

Year after year Apple reports record profits and yet year after year "analysts" and "experts" frame the company as merely one step closer to its inevitable implosion and decline. Part of it is the problem is that they see Apple as continuously betting more and more, and each and every time they...
Chris Breen leaves Macworld (and the tech community) for Apple

Chris Breen leaves Macworld (and the tech community) for Apple

My friend, former colleague, and Mac guru extraordinaire Chris Breen is leaving Macworld after several decades to go work for Apple. It's a huge loss for IDG, and an even bigger loss for the tech community at large — Chris appeared on podcasts and Lynda videos across the Web, and it's a sad day...
Apple hit with second patent suit from Smartflash

Apple hit with second lawsuit over DRM-related patents

Though it won a patent suit against Apple to the tune of $533 million just yesterday, Smartflash LLC is suing the company yet again. The suit involves the very same patents involved in the previous trial, but as applied to devices introduced after the original case started. Additionally, the case...

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Apple starts decking out the Yerba Buena Center ahead of 'Spring Forward' event

Apple starts decking out the Yerba Buena Center ahead of 'Spring Forward' event

Apple has started decorating the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco ahead of their March special event next Monday. Our own Simon Sage was able to grab a shot of the banners going up. The colorful display matches the event invitations. Apple was also building a new structure outside the Yerba...
Judge tentatively approves $415 million settlement in class action suit against Apple, others

Judge tentatively approves settlement in anti-poaching suit against Apple, others

The judge presiding over a class action suit levied against Apple and other tech giants over their anti-poaching agreements has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement that was proposed last month. From the Associated Press: Koh said she was satisfied this week after the companies...
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Apple reportedly overtakes Samsung in Q4 2014 smartphone sales

Research firm Gartner claims that Apple sold 74.83 million smartphones worldwide in the fourth quarter of 2014, beating out Samsung which sold 73.03 million units. This is the first time since 2011 that Samsung has not been on top of Gartner's worldwide smartphone sales list on a quarterly basis...
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Comic: If you talk to me while I'm using my iPhone, who's the rude one?

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Who's more rude– the person on their phone or the person trying to start a conversation?
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Ericsson escalates Apple patent dispute, seeks iPhone sales ban in US

Just when you thought there would be the possibility of patent battles being a thing of the past, Apple has found itself caught up in a suit with Ericsson. The latter company has filed seven new lawsuits in a US court and is seeking the International Trade Commission to block sales of Apple...
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Apple seeking hardware engineers to work on virtual reality

Apple has published new job listings that show an interest in developing virtual reality hardware - though the company has already made moves with the acquisition of PrimeSense back in 2013. As spotted by 9to5Mac, the first of the two new job openings for senior display software engineers would see...
Apple hit with second patent suit from Smartflash

Apple hit with second lawsuit over DRM-related patents

Though it won a patent suit against Apple to the tune of $533 million just yesterday, Smartflash LLC is suing the company yet again. The suit involves the very same patents involved in the previous trial, but as applied to devices introduced after the original case started. Additionally, the case...
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Chinese government removes Apple and other U.S. vendors from state purchases list

The Chinese government has removed Apple along with other prominent U.S. technology vendors from its state purchase lists in favor of local vendors. According to Reuters, the change comes on the heels of cybersecurity concerns, with Chinese government officials reported to be wary of surveillance...
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Apple ordered to pay $533 million for infringing on gaming-related patents

A federal jury in Texas has ordered Apple to pay $533 million in damages after it found that the company's digital media distribution services – including the iTunes Store – infringed on three patents owned by Smartflash LLC. The patents in question were allegedly used without permission in third...
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Apple reportedly acquires digital audio instrument maker Camel Audio [updated]

Update: Jim Dalrymple over at The Loop reached out to Apple for comment. Here's what they said: "Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans." As Dalrymple notes, this is typically the response Apple gives when they have...

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